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The extender tags and the like and or something in late Modern English: A formal and functional approach
Extender tags can be defined as a class of expressions of the type and stuff and or something that are added to the end of phrases, sometimes in clause-final position in order to extend otherwise complete utterances ...
A corpus-based study on nearsynonymy: The concept PLEASANT SMELLING in 19th- and 20th-century American English
This dissertation examines the distributional patterns of the five adjectival near-synonyms fragrant, perfumed, scented, sweet-scented, and sweet-smelling, which designate the concept PLEASANT SMELLING in American English ...