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For last year's words belong to last year's language,
And next year's words await another voice.
TS Eliot
Old Year and New Year by Christina Rossetti

New Year met me somewhat sad:
Old Year left me tired,
Stripped of favourite things I had
Baulked of much desired:
Yet further on my road to-day
God willing, further on my way.
Happy New Year

To dis

TeachTeach Your TeacherHomePosts: 10,301 mod
This isn't a brand new word (it's been round since the 80s), from the word disrespect, but @Nil was confused about @Helvio 's use of "dissing".

To dis means dis to speak disrespectfully to someone or to criticize something.


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