Write to William Safire at The New York Times. This is the kind of question he explores in his weekly essay on language. He has probably covered it, and if not, he (or someone at the paper) can give you… Full Answer
The first sentence of any newspaper article is called the lede (or lead, for non-journalism people). It should include the Who, What, When, Where, Why and How of the article to follow (that's why it sounds like a summary--the lede… Full Answer
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There is a writer named William Safire whose name rhymes with satire. That is the best I can come up with. ------------------- aspire attire flat tire barb wire campfire conspire empire retire entire backfire haywire inquire perspire rehire require spitfire… Full Answer
Quoting William Safire -New York Times Magazine: 'sensual =pertaining to the senses/indulgent in physical pleasure 'sensuous' = descriptive of aesthetic appreciation Thus you can get sensual pleasure from watching an R-rated movie and a sensuous pleasure out of listening to… Full Answer