Advice for speakers and writers
No scrivener, amanuensis, practitioner of elocution, or any
other purveyor of specific principles, subjective homilies, or miscellaneous and
sundry expostulations, whether by the mechanism of graphic impression or vocal
emanation, should endeavor or assay to utilize any polysyllabic combination in
lieu of a relevant, logical, and appropriate monosyllabic alternative, or indeed
of any other more diminutive definitional counterpart.
(Translation: Never use a big word when a small word will