Is there any unegligible difference between "keep trying" and "keep on trying"?
"unegligible" is not a word.
'Ineligible' makes no sense in that context.
LeTyan had probably heard 'The difference between A and B is negligible' so he/she thought that unegligible was the opposite.
You never know - 'unegligible' might even enter the language.I am so flattered that my mistake sparked so many guesses.
Alright, this is the truth: I know the word "negligible" so I just thought adding "un-" at the start of it would invert its meaning:lolobviously wrong for this case though)
...though it would surely need a double n.
What's wrong with ... non-negligible, which exists already?
Shame on you! It appears in one of the dictionaries here. OK, it does not appear in the other 128, but that's hardly an excuse.Does it? I've never heard it.