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revised The Yellow Wallpaper - What does *Smooch* imply?
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Euphonious. I've been wanting to make this tiny change for awhile.
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comment The Yellow Wallpaper - What does *Smooch* imply?
Another option might be to migrate this to ell.se as an exception to the rule since it does provide an interesting insight into deeper elements of English language usage. (I'm a regular contributor there, and why waste a pretty good question/answer pair? I know better now and won't answer LitCrit here again... sorry about that.)
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comment The Yellow Wallpaper - What does *Smooch* imply?
This question was originally posted to english.se here. There was a question regarding pranav's intention, and I thought the same as you, then he reposted over here and I edited/simplified the Question over there to be simply about the definition. Can we please give pranav, who is a new user, at least 24 hours to give him/her an opportunity to reply and possibly reword his question to something more appropriate?
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comment The Yellow Wallpaper - What does *Smooch* imply?
@pravnav, Here you go! Hope you like it! Could you please confirm for me if Part 2 of this answer fits your original intention when you first posted this question to english.se? That is, while Part 1 is good and helpful, your original question was asking about the broader literary/metaphorical interpretation of the word smooch. Right?
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revised Can I use idioms in my personal statement?
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