A British Comedy Award-winning writer waxes lyrical on such awful parts of the modern-day vernacular as "ciao," "hurting," "fashionista," and "staycation" Taking a hard look at the English language and the mess that it has become, this is a ...
Her voice softened as she pointed toward the main building. 'They're all talking
about me in there, Lewis. I mean, they're nice to my face but I know when I'm not
around they're having a chuckle. A bit of a laugh. It's the same when I go out.
Release on 1892 | by Marmaduke Charles Frederick Morris
D . Ast . The frequent use of this word to the exclusion of others of like meaning is
remarkable . Ex . - A Rector ' s wife asks ... 10 ) gives the following example : -
Pick thae stooks doon an ' let t ' arse - ends o ' ť shaffs lig i ' ť sun a bit . Arsy -
varsy , adv . ... This is probably not a corruption of that but the O . N . at . Ex . -
Them at ...
that sometimes he wore no underwear at all, because his mother didn't always
have time to wash his clothes. He possessed an imaginative ... If I ever hear you talk like that, I'll wash out your mouth with a bar of Lifebuoy soap.” Though life