The sense of sight

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meanings and change

Geist, while you are right that 'see' and its tenses are specific to the definition you included, languages change and develop, and the uses in the examples you reject, I think, are examples of the language changing in a quite acceptable way. The meaning within the examples is clear, so, why not let it be?

Janet E Smith more than 1 year ago

The sense of sight

I see.

Shelagh O'Neill more than 2 years ago

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