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Faze vs Phase
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Faze (verb) means to disturb or fluster. The news didn't faze him.
Phase (n.) is a stage in a process—the phases of the moon.
Rap vs. Wrapped vs Rapt
Rap (n. or verb) means to tap or strike sharply; a brisk strike or knock.
Stop rapping on the door. You'll wake the baby.
Wrapped (verb) refers to being enclosed in something.
Sally wrapped the package in colorful paper.
Rapt (adj.) means deeply engrossed; captivated.
The children watched the magician with rapt attention.
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