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by Christine Lovatt

"Seeing what the networks would proffer this week." Surely a clear case of redundancy here, since all the meanings I have researched seem to offer very similar if not identical meanings for proffer and offer. Proffer is to offer for acceptance and offer is to present for acceptance. If any readers could proffer or offer a clear and worthwhile distinction between these words, send me an email.

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AFFINITY is a useful word from French to distinguish close relatives (husband/wife) from blood relatives. So the original meaning is a familial relationship, but not in blood