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‘And if (you have to express) anything ugly or foul’ (to the eye or to the mind and moral sense), ‘or unbecoming, if the foulness or indecency is in the (conception, explanation, description, i.e.) meaning and associations, use the word, if in the word itself, the description’. See on αἰσχρολογία, note on c. 2. 13, and the distinction there laid down.
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