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Semantic satiation

I recently read an article in the editorial section of the newspaper "The Pioneer" where I chanced upon an new subject to be discoursed and i.e semantic satiation, which is a psychological phenomenon where constant repetition of an word makes the listener to lose its meaning and such that the word becomes hackneyed.So guys I want you all to venture out and explore more on this topic.

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