Bridal refers to something to do with a bride or a wedding. It comes from the Old English word brydealo for wedding feast. It’s formed ….
Author: Gregg Bridgeman
This can be ambiguous because these words are each formed from two different senses of the prefix “bi” meaning either “occurring every two” or “occurring ….
It’s “beyond the pale” and not “beyond the pail.” The phrase has nothing to do with buckets. https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/pale https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/pail To go “beyond the pale” is ….
So, here’s the thing. You can try to be “as good as” you can be or do something “as well as” you can do it. ….