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butter

πŸ“ Description
"Butter" is a noun originating from Old English "butere", derived from Proto-Germanic "buterō". In modern English, it primarily refers to a dairy product made by churning milk or cream. Colloquially, it's used to describe things that are smooth or rich. The phrase "butter someone up" means to flatter or praise someone, usually excessively.
πŸ“ Example Sentence
Sure, here you go: "I love spreading creamy butter on warm, toasted bread for breakfast."
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