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revised Word for obscuring bad or immoral acts with verbiage
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accepted Is it correct to use multiple adjectives that mean the same thing as one adjective?
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comment Is it correct to use multiple adjectives that mean the same thing as one adjective?
Hmmmm, thanks these two perfectly answer my question. Can you put it down?
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comment Is it correct to use multiple adjectives that mean the same thing as one adjective?
Hmmmm, interesting opinion. Well, the reason I'm asking is that the has in the sentence seems like an error as it should be have right?
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comment What is the word for adjectives like 'correct' which may not provide complete meaning without previous sentence?
@Neil Yes I agree, but then would you say the above sentence makes complete sense without knowing what the person is correct about.
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comment What is the word for adjectives like 'correct' which may not provide complete meaning without previous sentence?
Sorry I mean that from your examples, Obi is correct is more of a clause rather than a complete sentence. Since one has to be correct about something. In contrast with @Neil 's example Obi is late is ambiguous outside a context but can describe the state of Obi in case of death while it also serves as some form of shortcut for Obi is running late for an event.
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comment What is the word for adjectives like 'correct' which may not provide complete meaning without previous sentence?
@EdwinAshworth In order words, is correct is not a complete sentence?