Good ideas, but hard to sell.
“But” means “and in contrast”.
But I spent that weekend away.
You walk, but our brothers crawl.
But it is difficult at the minute."
This is easy to fix, but it was a pity.
They are not honorable, but unprincipled.
"Yes, but I'm off if you go for the Euro."
They admit to rehabilitation, but also to guilt.
Its speed still increases but by a smaller amount.
Yes but, yes but, yes but.
When A and B are true and the contrast is lacking, “A but B” is true but inappropriate.
But ultimately it became a kinda turned into a pretty fun but slightly baffling space romp.
I’m sorry but I need food, I’m sorry but I need rent, I’m sorry but I need help.’”
Cell towers have wide coverage, but low location accuracy: An advertiser can think you are in Walgreens, but you’re actually in McDonald’s next door.
It allows cases where an action is right but not required, but there are still no cases in which an action is wrong but not forbidden.
A play representing life in another world, whose inhabitants have no speech but song, no motions but gestures and no postures but attitudes.
On Grice’s story ‘but’ and ‘and’ literally mean the same thing, but different “conventional implicatures” are associated with them; ‘but’ implicates a sense of contrast between the conjuncts.
well “He gave a well-prepared speech” but “his speech was well prepared”; “She liked a well-done steak” but “she liked her steak well done”; “A well-known song” but “the song was well known” (but note that, as with famous, if something is well known it is not normally necessary to say so)
it seems that what we call not this, but that-en—for example, we call the box not wood, but wooden, nor do we call the wood earth, but earthen, and again earth, if it is this way, we do not call something else, but that-en—that is always potentially without qualification the next thing…But if there is something primary, which is no longer called that-en with respect to something else, this is prime matter.
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it seems that what we call not this but that-en—for example we call the box not wood but wooden nor do we call the wood earth but earthen and again earth if it is this way we do not call something else but that-en—that is always potentially without qualification the next thing…But if there is something primary which is no longer called that-en with respect to something else this is prime matter