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    the comparative of "sour"

    Which is the correct comparative of sour: more sour or sourer?

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    Re: the comparative of "sour"

    I consider sourer phonetically ugly and would always say more sour. However some dictionaries, including Merriam-Webster, recognize sourer.
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