Wednesday, June 30, 2010

End of the day - English editing.

At the end of the day is one of the less attractive clich├ęs of the 20th century. It is first recorded in 1974 and means no more than ‘eventually’ or ‘when all’s said and done’. It is now wildly overused in speech as a ‘filler’ and tends to creep into almost any conversation. It is not good style to use it in writing.
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