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comment What is the English equivalent to the Chinese/Japanese saying, “塞翁失馬— The life is like Old Sai’s horse”?
@GreenAsJade the moral of the story is not that good and bad things balance out, it is that good things may turn out to be bad in the end (and vice versa) and fortune is unknowable.
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revised What is the English equivalent to the Chinese/Japanese saying, “塞翁失馬— The life is like Old Sai’s horse”?
Add extension
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answered What is the English equivalent to the Chinese/Japanese saying, “塞翁失馬— The life is like Old Sai’s horse”?
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Why does “smashing” mean “very good”?
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answered Is “Ur-moment” a normal English expression?
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comment Is there an adjectival form for “good etiquette”?
Sorry about the confusion; I have now edited the question to mean "good etiquette".
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comment Is there an adjectival form for “good etiquette”?
@FumbleFingers thanks for your suggestions, but please be bold and edit if you think it improves the question. Rather than a chorus of advice, I'm sensing more of a cacophany!
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revised Is there an adjectival form for “good etiquette”?
Rephrase question
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comment Is there an adjectival form for “good etiquette”?
@ErikKowal I'm not familiar with the word etiquettal, but why doesn't it work in the query sentence?