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Let words mean what they mean without trying to re-inforce their meaning.

Watch out for Word Re-inforcers

Letting words mean what they mean…

In a previous post, I wrote about using words more precisely than we often do. Specifically, I pointed out redundant usages.

Today I would like to rant about a few other phrases that have come my way recently. I call them word re-inforcers. They are like redundant words but are focused on making words mean the same thing but more acutely.

Examples of word re-inforcers

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