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I don’t care about your stupid mask, lady. Put the candy in the bag.
How do you spell the name of those adorable (menacing) little children (vagrants) who knock on your door asking for (demanding) candy on Halloween night? Is it “trick-or-treaters” or “trick or treaters”? Hyphens or no hyphens?
The answer is: hyphens. The correct way to spell it is “trick-or-treater.”
But what about “trick or treat,” you say? Hyphens or no hyphens there? This one is a bit more complicated.
Let’s look at the two ways you can use “trick or treat,” as a verb and as a noun.
Verb: Sally dressed up as an amoeba to trick-or-treat.
Noun: As Sally dragged her candy sack home, she thought the trick or treat was successful.
When I wrote “trick-or-treat” as a verb, I used hyphens. Hyphens are always the answer when you use it as a verb. But…
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