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  1. Bushwhacker's Avatar
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    #1

    Cool as a John Wayne-like one

    Can we express "as a John Wayne-like one" meaning one who acts in John Wayne's style?

    Is the "a" before John Wayne correct?

    Thanks a lot

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    #2

    Re: as a John Wayne-like one

    No. You could say "in a John Wayne-like style.

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