Stick to those good old irregular plurals

Back on 7 April, Philip B. Corbett’s “After Deadline” column in the NYT (which “examines questions of grammar, usage and style encountered by writers and editors of The Times”) noted a new stylebook entry on dwarf, which begins: dwarf(s) (n.) Use this as the usual term for people with a genetic condition resulting in unusually … Continue reading Stick to those good old irregular plurals