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"Trump waxed on almost poetically about the wall that could bear his name on the Southwest border."

Writes Noah Bierman, awkwardly, in the L.A. Times.“I want it to be so beautiful because maybe someday they're going to call it the Trump wall,” he said.I don't know what's poetic or almost poetic about that, but one doesn't wax on poetically. One waxes poetic.The verb "wax" means to grow, increase, or become. You become an adjective, not an adverb. From the OED draft additions of 2006:intr.
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