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    #1

    You do more than add clutter.

    "When you intensify an already intense word, be it adjective or verb, you do more than add clutter. " May I ask what the main clause means? Thank you.

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    Re: You do more than add clutter.

    You do more damage to the phrase or sentence than just cluttering it up with unnecessary, and crowded elements.

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