One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Upon that view of the transaction on this day, it seems to me that, unanswerably it must be seen to be a harsh and unconscionable bargain as far as Mrs Goff was concerned.’
- ‘Your Honours, we endeavour to make the point that here, unanswerably, there is singling out and discrimination.’
- ‘He pointed out, unanswerably, that, because Dr Salahuddin had been the only defendant to the action and because the action against him had been dismissed, the action did not exist any more.’
- ‘The other is irrelevant to grammar but unanswerably decisive on the legal point under discussion.’
- ‘Gould systematically and unanswerably refutes each of these three essential components of Darwinian logic.’
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