How unique can you get?

Kenneth D. Williams is uniquely suited to state as follows:

The absolute, number one misuse of a word that I have ever seen or
heard is that of the ubiquitous “unique.”If something is unique, it is by definition the only one of its kind. It cannot be “very unique” or “extremely unique” or have any other word there to describe it.

It is just “unique.” One-of-a-kind is one-of-a-kind,

Number two would be nauseous. “I’m nauseous,” people
say. Do they really mean to say that their looks make other people want
to throw up? I believe the word they are looking for is “nauseated.”

Also, I think you have forgotten a few phrases that should be banned.
Not necessarily written ones, but phrases that I hear misspoken every

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