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comment How to distinguish between uses of words like 'Marry'?
It's that last term I was searchng for! Thanks!
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comment How to distinguish between uses of words like 'Marry'?
Hi, I've clarified my question.
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comment Term for the opposite of a scapegoat
@EdwinAshworth my point is that the two (unknown soldier and the case in questions) are different, so shouldn't be compared, and thus is reason not to call my example a 'martyr'. Perhaps this was a bad example as often the sort of person 'highlighted' has not had poor life choices.
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comment Term for the opposite of a scapegoat
Apologies for any bad grammar/spelling it's difficult to check these things on my phone.
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comment X’s language is so rich and . . .?
@Mitch Irregardless, I'd like them to be worked (i.e. by them being used as such) into the English language as non-technical words.