- Parent Category: Online Writing Lab
- Category: Grammar, Usage & Mechanics
- Written by Ashley Squires, Ph. D.
In conversation, to circumvent a subject for fear of your interlocutor’s reaction; to avoid saying something outright.
Example: “Let’s not beat around the bush: it’s time we discussed your student loan payment.”
Materials from our March workshop are located here.
The files and samples distributed at our WCC Workshop in March are located here.