what is more
Also, what's more. In addition, furthermore, as in I never got there; what's more, I never really intended to go. [First half of 1800s]
What Is Ghosting?The noun ghost has been around a very long time, since before 900, when Old English was spoken. Originally it referred to the soul of a dead person or a disembodied spirit, and this meaning is still in use. In the recent past, ghost and ghosting have expanded in meaning, and today this term is often evoked in relation to dating. How do you know if …
What Is Hypocatastasis?Hypocatastasis packs more of a punch than a metaphor because it uses only one noun, (the other noun is implied), while a metaphor uses two nouns.
- what gives,
- what goes around comes around,
- what have you,
- what if,
- what in the world,
- what it takes,
- what makes one tick,
- what of it?,
- what the hell,
- what will be, will be
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