Posted by LARRY on Wednesday, November 1, 2006 at 8:24pm.
WHICH WORD HAS THE ROOT WHICH MEANS PLACE, SET?
My guess is plant
The root is actually -pos- as in
You can also go to www.onelook.com and enter *pos*
and find all kinds of results. Click on the one for -pos and you'll find more.
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