One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Winthrop led me to my cot, bid me lie down upon the rumpled sheet, I did so and he covered me with a linty blanket.’
- ‘He, in other words, still envisions his robots touching the world - the dusty, linty, crumb-crusted bits of it anyway.’
- ‘It's not a bad cold, but it's a cold, and this means my brain is covered with a crunchy layer of linty styrofoam packing peanuts.’
- ‘The surfaces are lumpy and clotted, linty with escaping threads, amusingly slapdash.’
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