It used to be Saint Valentine's Day.
He is still commemorated in the name of the St Valentine's Day Massacre, a Mafia event in Chicago in 1929.
But in present-day usage, he is no longer remembered.
Two viewpoints on an issue that has troubled me in recent years.
My position concerning it should be self-evident.
I became aware of this usage only recently. I think I heard the head of the WHO using it.
The Grammarist comment is good. It's strange how "new" usages often turn out to be old.
In the Grammarist's words, I am one of "those inclined against the word" and will "continue avoiding it."
That is very concerning.In the Grammarist's words, I am one of "those inclined against the word" and will "continue avoiding it."