Monday, August 22, 2005

Grammar Rules

Poppy Z. Brite defines said-isms:

A Tom Swiftie involves the use of an (often intentionally funny) adverb after the word "said." A "said-ism" is not "said" with an adverb after it, but an often cringeworthy word used instead of the perfectly good "said"

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