firemedicprelaw wrote: MysticalWheel wrote: firemedicprelaw wrote:
MysticalWheel wrote: It is certainly true that most situations result in favor for splitters over non-splitters = true "almost always"
Uh...no. I'm not sure, but you may be in need of help from my good friend, Mr. Dictionary. If something is true MOST of the time, that does not necessarily mean that it is ALMOST ALWAYS true. BASIC LSAT FAIL.
P.S. Wow...uber-"owned" lol.
From Old English mǣst, from Proto-Germanic. Cognate with Dutch meest, German meist, Swedish mest.
(UK) enPR: mōst, IPA: /məʊst/, SAMPA: /m@Ust/
(US) enPR: mōst, IPA: /moʊst/, SAMPA: /moUst/
mostSuperlative form of much.
Most people like chocolate.
Most simply choose to ignore it.
Most want the best for their children.
/tru/ Show Spelled [troo] Show IPA adjective, tru·er, tru·est, noun, adverb, verb, trued, tru·ing or true·ing.
being in accordance with the actual state or conditions; conforming to reality or fact; not false: a true story.
real; genuine; authentic: true gold; true feelings.
sincere; not deceitful: a true interest in someone's welfare.
firm in allegiance; loyal; faithful; steadfast: a true friend.
being or reflecting the essential or genuine character of something: the true meaning of his statement.
conforming to or consistent with a standard, pattern, or the like: a true copy.
exact; precise; accurate; correct: a true balance.
of the right kind; such as it should be; proper: to arrange things in their true order.
properly so called; rightly answering to a description: true statesmanship.
legitimate or rightful: the true heir.
reliable, unfailing, or sure: a true sign.
exactly or accurately shaped, formed, fitted, or placed, as a surface, instrument, or part of a mechanism.
honest; honorable; upright.
Biology . conforming to the type, norm, or standard of structure of a particular group; typical: The lion is a true cat.
Animal Husbandry . purebred.
Navigation . (of a bearing, course, etc.) determined in relation to true north.
Archaic . truthful.
exact or accurate formation, position, or adjustment: to be out of true.
the true, something that is true; truth.
in a true manner; truly; truthfully.
exactly or accurately.
in conformity with the ancestral type: to breed true.
–verb (used with object)
to make true; shape, adjust, place, etc., exactly or accurately: to true the wheels of a bicycle after striking a pothole.
(esp. in carpentry) to make even, symmetrical, level, etc. (often fol. by up ): to true up the sides of a door.
come true, to have the expected or hoped-for result; become a reality: She couldn't believe that her dream would ever come true.
/mʌtʃ/ Show Spelled [muhch] Show IPA adjective, more, most, noun, adverb, more, most.
great in quantity, measure, or degree: too much cake.
a great quantity, measure, or degree: Much of his research was unreliable.
a great, important, or notable thing or matter: The house is not much to look at.
to a great extent or degree; greatly; far: to talk too much; much heavier.
nearly, approximately, or about: This is much like the others.
make much of,
to treat, represent, or consider as of great importance: to make much of trivial matters.
to treat with great consideration; show fondness for; flatter.
almost the same as: We need exercise, much as we need nourishment.
however much: Much as she wanted to stay at the party, she had to leave.
/ˈɔlmoʊst, ɔlˈmoʊst/ Show Spelled[awl-mohst, awl-mohst] Show IPA
very nearly; all but: almost every house; almost the entire symphony; to pay almost nothing for a car; almost twice as many books.
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