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The word "which" has a few different use cases in the English language. It’s often used to identify one thing amongst a larger set.
Explicit and implicit are adjectives with opposite meanings. If something is explicit, it's clearly understood.
After all, the words less and more are antonyms: They’re one another’s literal opposite. So how could less be more?!
The words criteria and criterion are the same words, except "criterion" is singular, and "criteria" is plural.
Are you, ahem, familiar with the expression familiarity breeds contempt? Don’t worry if you’re not.
Read on to discover the meaning of the idiomatic expression don’t judge a book by its cover.
Has someone ever told you they love you “a bushel and a peck”? Did you know what they meant?
Let's say you plan to write a letter to a judge. We'll review the proper way to address the envelope, compose a letter, and write a salutation and sign-off.