Objectionable corners of the English language

2 phrases that thoroughly get my lexicographical hackles / heckles / feckles / schmeckles up (ignoring for a minute my favourite dead horse, the word “sorry”), are the following: “Deeply”: the problem with rampantly overenthusing or overgravatising things is that when you go to actually express what you’re feeling you …

It’s not a particularly cromulent word, is it? It’s causing me some pericombobulations.

Methinks I’ve just been hosed in a game of Facebook Scrabble… errm, sorry, LEXULOUS. I’m all for winning word games using words that sound a bit unlikely, or are a bit on the bizarre side.  You can typically tell these ones because you get an exchange which includes the phrase …

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