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- n. Plural form of grammaticaster.
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(Much as grammaticasters misuse educated as meaning “agreeing with me”.)
It gives examples of mistaken grammatical beliefs held by various grammaticasters, famous and not, and why they are mistaken.
Mr. Hat, linguistic blogging genius that he is, has calculated the exact date that the English language will implode under the weight of hand-wringing grammaticasters and hellfire-and-brimstone prescriptivists clucking over the "decline" and "corruption" of Shakespeare's native tongue.
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