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'Like' merchants who like over-use and misuse the word 'like' kind of like a bit too often for anyone who like values the English language.

Dictionaries. The word 'like' is so frequently used colloquially to describe objects and actions that it deserves to be included in all dictionaries as a non-qualifying adjective and non-modifying adverb.


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'Like' merchants who like over-use and misuse the word 'like' kind of like a bit too often for anyone who like values the English language.

Dictionaries. The word 'like' is so frequently used colloquially to describe objects and actions that it deserves to be included in all dictionaries as a non-qualifying adjective and non-modifying adverb.


Like what's wrong with like parroting the word ‘like’ to like describe things?

You are like normal - like you know what I mean?

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