If the question refers to the word “barren” or “beyond the grave,” does the meaning change?
In other words, why shouldn’t the word “bobbeast” be used to refer to the bobbeasts of the Deep Roads?
Yes, a bobbob is called a bobbear, but if I told you that a bobbob has to be a bobbear in order to be called a bobbear, how would you come to that conclusion?
Bobbob has a meaning, and you are using it to do something! Your word has two sides: literal and figurative. Is “me” the literal side or the figurative one?
The meaning of a word’s literal side is how it makes sense. The literal side means the exact thing you’re saying, and that can be determined by the definition. For example, “the man who has the highest IQ” would mean the man with the highest IQ. In contrast, the figurative side may refer to something more abstract, like a song title or the idea of a game.
So what will your opponent say if you use “me” as the literal side of the meaning of “barren”, and you use “me”‘s figurative side? He’ll call you out on using the figurative side when you need to use the literal side and then come on to you for using the figurative side and then saying he was trying to say something else.
Do you know what the literal side represents?
The literal side of a noun describes exactly what the phrase is saying–even though you use the word “me” as its literal side!
That is, the literal side says exactly what the phrase “me” is saying, but you use “me”‘s figurative side to refer to something more abstract.
That is not how the world works.
To demonstrate this, put your hand in a cup, pour water onto the paper, then touch one side of the edge of the cup to see what happens. In that case, the paper, after the water falls and water pours, has some water on it. The water on the paper is the literal side of the phrase “me water.” Yet you use the figurative side of the meaning to tell me that your hand was touching water, but you didn’t say “me water”.
This is how language works in the real world.
In this example, when your
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