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Sticking Out Proudly

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Following up on our conversation about the many meanings of the word proud, Connie from Santee, California, writes to say that architects use proud to describe something that’s sticking out past something else — not flush, in other words. Something that’s neither proud nor flush but instead inset can be described as shy. This is part of a complete episode.

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