run-on sentence

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run-on sentence (plural run-on sentences)

  1. (grammar) an ungrammatical sentence in which two independent clauses that should be joined by either a semicolon or a comma and coordinating conjunction or should be separate sentences are written as a single sentence, the clauses often being separated only by a comma.

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