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Sep
8
accepted “Back up data” or “back data up”?
Sep
8
comment “Back up data” or “back data up”?
That's why I thought "back data up" could be better, as a way of making sure the term is used as a verb.. In my context, to see the term as a noun is kind of weird because you end up "performing backup data", which doesn't mean anything.
Sep
8
asked “Back up data” or “back data up”?
Aug
27
comment Is there a term for a word coined to fit the rhyme/rhythm in a poem?
+1 for 3 valid answers
Aug
27
comment Term for wordplay using adjacent repetition of homophones
+1 Your link has a lot of very good examples! I also remember the famous Buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo. I can't find any dictionary saying that the word dittogram is really what Jim Wegryn says though.. All I can find is "mistaken repetition of a letter, word, or phrase by a copyist" (dittography)
Aug
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Aug
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comment Term for wordplay using adjacent repetition of homophones
No, I am looking for the term describing the usage of homophones (or even better, homonyms) in a sentence as a play on words...
Aug
22
comment Term for wordplay using adjacent repetition of homophones
Wow your example is much better than mine. May I use it in my original post?
Aug
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awarded  Student
Aug
22
asked Term for wordplay using adjacent repetition of homophones