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Lamentable Languagisms: Literally

There’s a few words that get terrible treatment from modern English speakers. Their meanings are mangled, their usages are damaged. One particularly annoying example is the word “literally.” Here’s what “literally” means. It means that a word or phrase is … Continue reading

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