a: An adverb ~
b: the delicate baby’s breath flower

What: "Another aspect of Stephen King that didn't sit well with me is that I had read numerous times how adamant he was against the usage of adverbs. My thought was always "why?" An adverb is like the delicate baby's breath flower that adorns a bouquet of flowers. Yes, technically you do not need to have baby's breath in a bouquet of flowers. The flower bouquet can survive without it, but you must admit the bouquet looks cute with the baby's breath, like a pretty picture."

Writer: Amanda M. Socci
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Oct 8 2013 7:27 PM

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