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    of/for?

    Which is correct/better: 'of' or 'for'

    There is no well-defined opposite of/for (the word) 'brilliant'?

    Many thanks.

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    Re: of/for?

    Ex: There is no well-defined opposite for (the word) brilliant.

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    Smile Re: of/for?

    Quote Originally Posted by palinkasocsi View Post
    Which is correct/better: 'of' or 'for'

    There is no well-defined opposite of/for (the word) 'brilliant'?

    Many thanks.

    P.
    The opposite of something is something.
    It does not mean that I disagree with Soup.

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