One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Perhaps the word truth is inaptly applied here.’
- ‘Whisper it gently, but at last there are signs that common sense may prevail in the inaptly named ‘war on drugs’.’
- ‘The East London News reported, ‘The week might not inaptly be called the week of strikes - coal men, match girls, parcels postmen, car men, rag, bone and paper porters and pickers.’’
- ‘The opening episode, inaptly called ‘Rocking the Foundations’, did not begin: it simply dropped viewers into the middle of a situation that had no evident origins.’
- ‘The inaptly named dump took in 2 billion tonnes of refuse over its lifetime, growing to three times the size of Central Park.’
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