lesser with tje particple
As it is said here less - definition of less by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia.
adv. A comparative of little. Less. Used before a participle: a lesser-known writer.
My question would be: Is it the case most of the time in a colloqial speech?
Sometimes I can see things like
a less-known writer instead of a lesser-known writer.
And here most of the people think that less is better while it should be lesser if we follow the dictionary
Grammar question: Less or Lesser or Least? - Yahoo! Answers
the lesser organized style or the less organized style
I understand that the lesser-organized style is a norm. What do you think?
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