One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘In the 21st century, photography is often unedifyingly in cahoots with fame: a visual blandishment for the celebrity, a feeble sop for the rest of us.’
- ‘It was also at the centre of the squabbles over change in the leadership with mavericks in the party unedifyingly shooting their mouth off about gerontocracy in the party.’
- ‘What's more, she looked like a living nightmare for white middle-class boys who want their pint-sized girl pop stars flaunting their booties rather than swathing them unedifyingly in trackie bottoms.’
- ‘I begin at the foot of the column and toil my way up the page to find each story unedifyingly summarized in inch-high type.’
- ‘Apparently there are those who, somewhat unedifyingly, wolf down jars of marmite in an attempt to ward the blighters off.’
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