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    the comparative of godly

    The comparative of early is earlier.
    Which is the comparative of godly, godlier, more godly or either?


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    Re: the comparative of godly

    Either could be used.

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    Re: the comparative of godly

    Which is the comparative of quickly, quicklier, more quickly or either?


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    Re: the comparative of godly

    More quickly

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