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    #1

    elicit or illicit

    Please straighten out the confusion between the words elicit and illicit.


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    Re: elicit or illicit

    Come, come. You're a native speaker, and this site has umpteen dictionaries.

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    Re: elicit or illicit

    It is illicit to elicit all your homework through the members of this board.


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    Smile Re: elicit or illicit

    It is right. One should try to get their homework done through any web site. Since you use the Internet, just type M+W in your address bar to get the webster dictionary or you may also refer here, 'http://www.thefreedictionary.com/illicit.' love, pilogui

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