One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘I get the feeling that Harry must be lexically challenged, because ‘insulting’ cannot have been the word he was looking for.’
- ‘These visions' negativity generates an ambiguity of feeling tautly held within the subjunctive, the poem's single deviation from the lexically identical form of the grammatical indicative present and immediate future.’
- ‘The script itself could almost read as a short story, and lexically, Walsh hasn't shied an inch.’
- ‘Morphologically and lexically Louisiana Creole resembles Saint-Domingue Creole, although there is evidence that Louisiana Creole was well established by the time Saint-Domingue refugees arrived in Louisiana.’
- ‘These lexically minimalist dialogues are fables, of course - tales conveying either the poverty of the expressive resources of the young, or (more positively) their creativity in using language in context.’
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