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    Question A word that describes...?

    Is there a collective word that describes such expressions as namby-pamby, tutti-fruitti, curley-wurley, silly-billy, wishy-washy, and so on?


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    Re: A word that describes...?

    Yes Addis there is, and that word is "Reduplication"
    Moggy

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