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comment Negative-connotation word for someone who is straight-edge?
I've also heard goody-goody as a variant of goody two-shoes.
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comment “With naked eyes” vs. “With the naked eyes”
I'd distinguish between ungrammatical and unidiomatic: "with naked eye" - ungrammatical, "with naked eyes" - grammatical but unidiomatic, "with the naked eye" - grammatical and idiomatic, "with the naked eyes" grammatical if you're talking about specific naked eyes but unidiomatic.
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comment What's a modern equivalent of “fie on thee”?
@Oldcat It depends on the group of people, I suppose. Even "fuck you" isn't all that strong in some groups, but it's certainly more taboo than "fie on thee".
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comment What's a modern equivalent of “fie on thee”?
@tunny Not very, many dictionaries define it as something along the lines of used to express mild disgust, disapprobation, annoyance, etc..
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