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Definition of the adjective ill-chosen
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- not elegant or graceful in expression
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by Sir George Webbe Dasent
the etymology was almost invariably wrong, the quotations insufficient and often ill-chosen, and the explanations absurd. That is to say "wrong," " insufficient, " " ill-chosen," and " absurd " for our age. A hundred years ago, when men knew no better, they passed muster, nay, they were beyond the knowledge of the world . But the world goes on, science spreads, we are wiser than our forefathers, we know more about ourselves and our io4 LATHAM'S "JOHNSON'S DICTIONARY:...
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