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October 24, 2021
 
 
 
mirage Audio pronunciation
 
noun | muh-RAHZH
 
What It Means
 
A mirage is a reflection of light that can trick the mind into interpreting a sight as an apparently solid thing. The word is also used figuratively to describe things that are illusory or unattainable.
 
// What the shipwrecked crew thought was a ship on the horizon turned out to be a mirage.
 
// The team's early season hopes for a first-place finish are now a mirage.
 
 
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Merriam-Webster 
 
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October 23, 2021
 
 
 
bogus Audio pronunciation
 
adjective | BOH-gus
 
What It Means
 
Bogus means "not real or genuine"—it is synonymous with fake or counterfeit.
 
// The art dealer proved the painting to be bogus.
 
 
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South coast boom for the UK, the history of Malibu, soul seeking in the Algarve and Matt Bromley's latest big wave flick will give you goose bumps.
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Gallery: The Day the Wind Swung
Some 300-miles of boom.
 
 
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Soul Seeking in the Algarve
Sometimes, you just need to get away. Especially when that 'away' is Portugal's southern tip.
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A Movie That'll Make Your Bones Tingle
Matt Bromley stars in new flick, 'Over the Edge'
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First Session: Malibu
A storied history where surfing changed forever.
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