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comment more unhealthy vs. unhealthier
@sumelic: Well, in that particular context, it really would have to be unhealthy as it was a comparison of several unhealthy habits. Trying to find 'the unhealthiest of them all' kind of thing
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comment more unhealthy vs. unhealthier
@Josh61: by the way, I didn't know that online dictionary, so thanks for mentioning it
Jan
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comment more unhealthy vs. unhealthier
I consider my question answered by your comments. So if anyone would like to repost their thoughts as a question, I'll be happy to accept it. I really just wanted confirmation on whether the 'more' form was academically accepted since the dictionaries I use don't mention it, (besides the strange idea of the -er being possibly deprecated).
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comment more unhealthy vs. unhealthier
@Rathony: yes, mine is realted to those questions, but they do not give me the answer about 'unhealthy', specifically, which is why I went ahead with it.
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