Answer: LoVe!<333:)The word "set" has more than a hundred meanings. Look it up in the dictionary and find out yourself!You can say set as in like, "Set the alarm clock!" or "Set the table" anything like that has to set or do something phisically, is just 1 meaning.
Answer: Acceptance is close, and often used interchangeably, but very fewwords are always used in exactly the same way as each other.Acceptance can be a more positive word than tolerance. Think aboutsaying "I accept you" or "I tolerate you." :)
Answer: The meaning that is provided by Dictionary.com reads;Main Entry: antidisestablishmentarianismPart of Speech:nDefinition: originally, opposition to the disestablishment of the Church of England, now opposition to the belief that there should no longer be an official church in a countryExample: When people are asked for the longest word they know, they often say antidisestablishmentarianism.
Answer: Ass, used in the original sense, simply meant a donkey. However, in current times it has been used as a slang word for the rear end. Or you could think of it as a pun because ass-as-in placed together makes assasin, you know what I mean
Answer: Unfortunately there does not appear to be such a word. The two closest are "there" and "their"."There": At, in or that position or place. For example "He is over there"."Their": Relating to them or of them. Mostly used in terms of possession. For example "I really like their car".