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Jan
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comment “Imponderable” definition and usage
Hello,Drew.Maybe "evolution"might not be the most elegant,succinct word to use here,but my thinking is that imponderable should mean "not able to be considered or thought about"--the opposite of ponderable.Instead,its meaning implies something IS able to be thought about and considered--just not able to be resolved with precision.
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answered Word for an animal that has been ridden too much?
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answered What's the verb in this sentence?
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comment “That was me” vs. “That was I”
This may go the way of the WHO/WHOM distinction...and I think the rule that "if it don't sound right,it ain't right" should apply. Imagine knocking on a door and responding to "Who is it?" with "I".
Jan
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comment The expression “not so much”
Shakespeare coined "all of a sudden".The "by" and "large" are of nautical origin.It has always fascinated me-the etymology of our most commonly used words and phrases.
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comment The expression “not so much”
When I hear "so much",I am drawn back to the word that "much" is intended to modify,and I see/hear "smart". Much smart has an incorrect ring to it.
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comment The expression “not so much”
The correct grammar would be "Jim is smart.His brother,not AS smart."
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answered What is a word that could define someone who likes to cause conflict?