wilv
 other.— «My argument was that the the whole sequence, “will have been…-ed” could be reduced to a single word, but it would have to be a new word. If it were merely instituted that “wilv,” for example, replace the whole cumbersome sequence, we would have, “I wilv marry.” This would be a more efficient and streamlined diction, but it would take a willingness and ability to change. This critic referred to this construction as the “past perfect,” when in reality it is the “future perfect passive.” This reference suggests only a superficial acquaintance with linguistic analysis.» —“Inutilities In The English Language” by Thomas Keyes Useless-Knowledge.com Apr. 9, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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