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This tag is for questions related to definitions and nuances of meaning of a word or phrase.

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Free Dictionary states that one of the definitions for 'opprobrium' is Disgrace arising from exceedingly shameful conduct; ignominy. Dictionary.com states it means the disgrace or the repr …
asked Jan 27 '13 by user36521
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With this sentence What better way to celebrate the peace than with a fight? Is "what better way to" an informal phrase? Would it be better to write What is better than fighting as a way to …
asked Jan 29 '13 by user36521
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What's the difference between "I see, I see" and "I see. I see"? Can one use a comma in between? The first sentence could be used in formal writing, right? What about this one: "My house, my rules" …
asked Jan 27 '13 by user36521
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Can 'it' as a pronoun refer to many different imperative verbs? For instance, in the sentence: Abide by thy customs, thou excellent one: grind thy corn, drink thy water, praise thy cooking,-- if o …
asked Jan 27 '13 by user36521