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The cheapest is the dearest or cheapest is dearest?

The cheapest is the dearest or cheapest is dearest? According to the form of superlatives: the + adj(est). So the correct sentence is "The cheapest is the dearest" right?
5 years ago
Asked 5 years ago
Chandralekha

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"Cheapest is dearest" is a proverb and, as such, idiomatic and not necessarily grammatical. Also, the superlative is not always accompanied by "the."
Answered 5 years ago
bogus English teacher


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