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As a fan of TBBT, and one of great grammatical knowledge, I’m hoping you know the answer to this. I don’t know the episode, but Sheldon corrected someone by saying something to the effect that a particular word the speaker had used was not one that was measured in _________ because it either is or isn’t. I cannot think of that WORD that fills in the blank! Roughly speaking, it means it either is or isn’t, but there’s no varying degree of it. What word did he use, or what word describes what I’m looking for? Thank you so much!!
I know what you are speaking of; I can even hear Sheldon saying “one either is or isn’t”. Sadly, I can’t pull up from memory what the word is Sheldon uses. Perhaps Google can help me out? Or, better still, a complete re-watching of every episode from the beginning!
I still have my eyes out for the episode we are thinking of. In the meantime, I found this from The Gothowitz Deviation episode:
I give up. He’s impossible.
I can’t be impossible. I exist. I believe what you meant to say is, “I give up. He’s improbable.”
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