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Who said two such opposed kings encamp them still in man as well as herbs grace and rude will and where the worser is predominant?
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It was Samuel, the prophet, who spoke those words at 1 Samuel 13:13-14, as recounted at Acts 13:22: "...And when he had removed him, he raised up unto them David to be their k…ing; to whom also he gave their testimony, and said, I have found David the son of Jesse, a man after mine own heart, which shall fulfill all my will."(kjv)
No, it's just bad grammar. Bad, worse, the worst. Instead of worse, worser, worsest as most other superlatives follow. Green, greener, greenest or dry, drier, driest. Adjectiv…es good and bad do not follow this format.
No. Worse is already the superlative for bad. So you don't need to add an r to it to make it a superlative. Worse is NOT superlative for bad...Instead it is COMPARATIVE to ba…d...so it is bad, worse (comparative), worst (superlative)... Comparative degree is used when you compare two things...and superlative is used when you use it as an absolute expression While common in the 16th and 17th centuries, worser is now found only in some regional dialects, and is considered nonstandard. References The Oxford English Dictionary, second edition.
It is a well known saying by Erasmus (of Rotterdam) and seems to date from about 1510. (It may be older). It is also a line in Tom Wait's "Singapore": The ca…ptain is one-armed dwarf He's throwing dice along the wharf In the land of the blind the one-eyed man is king So take this ring... _______________________________________________________________
The large family of Watercress and Mint grow well in water
For starters, I'd put my money on parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme.
Parsley garlic, basil, and olive oil, but also it depends on how you are cooking it.
It is an anonymous quote. Desiderius Erasmus said it: "In regione caecorum rex est luscus."
Currently, many herbs are touted as the "king of herbs". But traditionally, basil has been considered the king of herbs (also called holy basil, sweet basil, thai basil). …The word "basil" originates from the Greek "βασιλεύς" or basileus, which means "king".
Tell him that you think he's being rude, and ask him to be more considerate. If he doesn't change, consider if he's mostly nice, or mostly rude. If you determine that he's… the latter, then quit that relationship. If he is rude or unkind to people who cannot speak back (servers, phone callers) then you need to realize it is likely he will eventually treat you that way, too.
When three people are talking is it rude for two of them to start walking away when the conversation is still going?
If it is a normal conversion than yes of course and even more rude, if the person who's still talking is...well, still talking. However, if the third party is being a je…rk and rude, then it makes sense to walk away to avoid further, if any, conflicts.
Polite is to rude as graceful is to ungainly.
William Shakespeare in Richard the Third