how does that grab you?
What do you think of that? For example, They want to put his name at the top of the masthead—how does that grab you? This expression employs the verb grab in the sense of “excite one's interest or attention.” [Slang; early 1900s]
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How Do You Use Hyphens?The shortest of the dashes, hyphens (–) link words and parts of words. They can connect prefixes or break up a word at the end of a line of text. They can also combine two or more words that describe a noun. For example, in George Orwell’s 1984, hyphenated words help create unusual descriptive phrases: “He felt deeply drawn to him, and not solely because …
- how are you?,
- how come?,
- how do,
- how do you do,
- how do you do?,
- how goes it,
- how many angels can stand (dance) on the head of a pin?,
- how so?,
- how the land lies,
- how the wind blows
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