JACKSON CENTER, Ohio — There are around 150,000 words in the English language. There is a story behind each one.
This is the story of the word riveted.
When you’re riveted to something and unable to tear yourself away, there’s a reason you use that word. Riveting two objects together – usually two metal objects – is a simple way to create an almost permanent attachment. The objects literally cannot be torn away from each other – just like you and your TV while you’re binging on the latest Netflix hit.
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