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What’s Up With “Oldest” and “Eldest”?

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    When it comes to older and elder, and oldest and eldest, the answer is straightforward: Although the red words and their...
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    Although the red words and their blue counterparts mean the same thing, “older” and “oldest” are used much more...
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