Scottish Government accused of failing cancer patients as waiting times hit new low
I don't know what sad excuse for a sub-editor came up with the headline, but he* meant high.
Why don't they teach logic at these schools?
Word To Use Today: low. Or high. But the right one. In the 1100s the word low was lāh. The Old English for high was hēah. It is related (distantly, but charmingly) to the Sanskrit kuča, which means bosom.
*Do I have to say he-or-she all the time? I mean, can't he stand, as it always did, for both sexes?
What's that? What do I mean both??
Oh, good grief...