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Was there a thread which drew together those words which are their own antonyms, like "cleave" and I suppose "raise/raze"????? I remember it as being quite recent....

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Thanks, AnnaS - I'll get my computer geek - aka husband - to install one of these for me!


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johnjohn, I think there have been several threads on that topic; here's the oldest:
http://wordsmith.org/board/showthreaded.pl?Cat=&Board=words&Number=452


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Jackie - yeah that's it, I knew that "stranger" tsuwm was involved, hehehe


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I do limericks
Doing true limericks well is an arduous art form. While a form of light verse in effect, its generative process is usually anything but. For a usually casual subject it has a wickedly formidable prescriptive form. You might find the following link informative but decidedly unhelpful.
http://www.sfu.ca/~finley/discussion.html


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