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The genuine purpose of a dictionary is to preserve distinctions despite public misuse. A good dictionary functions as a ruler, as a constant unit of measurement for meanings to help people acquire a flexibility and subtlety of language and thought, for deeper and common communications and expressions. A good dictionary warns against such misuse. An […]

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