There is no such thing as trying
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Abuse: Constant use or a hefty amount of something
Trying: The use of saying you will try to show that you will either succeed or fail.
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A secondary definition of "Trying" is extremely annoying, difficult, or the like; straining one's patience and goodwill to the limit (www.dictionary.com). His failure to show up for the debate was, in fact, annoying and therefore proved, once again, the existence of "trying".
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Vote Placed by Multi_Pyrocytophage 4 years ago
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