One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘On Tuesday the prime minister employed 107 verbless sentences, a record to cherish.’
- ‘It is notable for verbless sentences, and promises which sound good while avoiding precision.’
- ‘In fact, all he offered was a verbless sentence committing him to precisely nothing: ‘So, the United Nations route.’’
- ‘This static, verbless soufflé precisely sums up the entire novel.’
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