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Supercede comes from the same Latin root as intercede, cessation etc
SuperSede is a new dumb Americanism
Who prints the dictionaries these days? Check an English dictionary!!
supersede has superseded supercede
If supersede is a dumb Americanism, then the O.E.D must be edited by dumb Americans. Which is news to me.
supersede is to take a place of; to replace or supplant. authority,but supercede means same changed since 17 th century
How can it be supersede when it's precede?
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supercede or supersede?
I used the spelling of supercede on my spelling test today and my teacher said it was wrong. I thought it was really spelled like that. Whats the correct spelling of it?
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