n.— «The Tie-Down. The “don’t you agree?” or “isn’t that so?” attached to a statement: “You can change your life, don’t you agree?” It softens the presumptuousness of a statement, and builds agreement.» —“The Pitch” Washington Post Oct. 15, 1985. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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