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  1. #1
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    Default one of the only men?

    I saw a sentence like this:
    I wore a tie. I think I was one of the only men there wearing a tie.

    Does "the only men" work? I assume that there is only one man. Thanks.

  2. #2
    AintFoolin Guest

    Default Re: one of the only men?

    informally it's is fine, and no, there is definitely more than one man

    technically, well it's an interesting question i never thought of

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