One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘He was absolutely right, although illiterately put, the second you give up any information, you're treading dangerously close to a 5th amendment concession.’
- ‘Of course, he's entitled to his opinion, however coarsely and illiterately expressed.’
- ‘They tell their own story, simply; sometimes ungrammatically and illiterately, but nevertheless irresistibly.’
- ‘But, as usual, Jack displayed the irony of his many advanced education degrees and illiterately misread the map.’
- ‘The degree of hateful violence expressed here by the anti-hunters, albeit nearly illiterately, is frightening.’
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