Whilst and while are synonymous as a conjunction or relative adverb. However, “whilst" is chiefly British, and it never replaces "while” as a noun or verb.
The adjective systemic describes something that exists within or affects an entire system.
Periods stay outside of parentheses for parenthetical sentences that consist of an incomplete sentence or list.
Macro and micro are near opposites of each other. We use “macro” to mean ‘large’ and “micro” to mean ‘very small.’
‘To invoke’ is a call to action, the implementation of a procedure, or a plea of support from an authoritative source.
Use the adjective “good” to describe nouns and the adverb “well” to describe verbs. But if you’re discussing “good health,” use the adjective “well.”
The adjectives empathic and empathetic derive from the noun empathy, but empathic is the standard English form.
Premier and premiere originate from the same word, but they have different meanings.