[ExI] wordplay for a tuesday morning

William Flynn Wallace foozler83 at gmail.com
Tue Sep 30 21:34:07 UTC 2014

How about rescuing certain words from tight couplings to others? For
> instance, whenever someone says "travesty," it's almost always coupled with
> "of justice," no? Well, use it in other words to break the couple. There's
> nothing wrong with "travesty of logical argument" or "travesty of a good
> date." Ditto for "abject" and many other words.
> Regards,
> Dan
​Yes,  How about let's start with 'close proximity', or 'band together'
(most uses of 'together' are redundant - e.g. 'group together', 'pair
together' etc.)  bill w

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