One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The Price, a tale of two brothers estranged for many years in the wake of the fallout from the US stock market crash of 1929, sparkles with archetypically American wisecracking wit.’
- ‘‘It's so utterly ultra archetypically British that it's comical,’ Gray says.’
- ‘California is possibly the most archetypically American destination, more so even than Henry Roth's New York.’
- ‘A third-generation business, staffed exclusively by family members, it boasted a menu of archetypically heavy New England cuisine.’
- ‘Rabbits are archetypically tricksters, but Smith's hares also have gentler qualities: ‘They have a stillness, they are quiet.’’
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