I have a question regarding grammar, and conjugation. Is the following an acceptable form of these words, even if not common, or the most natural to roll off the tongue? I don't care if it's "awkward", or unusual, I just want to know if it's technically wrong.
In a sentence: "It was a challenge to bring unity to a group of people so widely-perspectived as they were."
Any and all help is greatly appreciated!
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Well, it doesn't make sense. Perspectived isn't a word. The only other grammar-ly correct option would be: widely-perceived. The meaning changes slightly, but overall, the same message is given.