- n. Plural form of comma.
“The only thing worse than using too many commas is the fear you might run out and have to resort to desperate measures like run-on sentences or fragments.”
“However is often implicated in commas splices, which I describe here.”
“Many of these clauses contain commas, allowing semicolons to emphasize the overall structure and distinct parts of the sentence.”
“I think one of the effects you get with a breakdown of that barrier between narrative and dialogue imposed by inverted commas is a seepage of voice.”
“Prosodically the poem's iambic pentametre couplets end in commas as often as full stops and on rare occasions run ahead with no punctuation whatever.”
“[...] is often implicated in commas splices, which I describe here.”
“(Lots of commas, is that acceptable? if you’re trying to express points? dialogue isn’t my strong suited)”
“I threw in commas instead, and I don’t think it changed the tone of the sentences one bit.”
“Tucked between the commas was a recognition that Hamas must be a part of any successful peace process:”
“Lowercase formal titles used alone or in constructions that set them off from a name by commas.”
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words from one of my favorite books, acts of levitation, by laynie browne
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