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Search for exact phrase (literal): Enclose a text string in quotes to search for that precise phrase within the site. Example: Entering "compound verb" returns only pages containing the phrase “compound verb”.
Search for any occurrence: Entering the text without the quotes (i.e., compound verb) returns any page containing both the word “compound” and “verb” but not necessarily next to each other, as does the literal search described above.
Search for one but not the other: Entering compound NOT verb returns only those pages that contain the word “compound” and do not contain the word “verb.” A minus sign can be substituted for the word NOT (e.g., compound -verb).
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