Some people never grow from the stage of their life where they philosophize semantics. Imagine we communicated such that every single term were clarified to avoid all misunderstanding: the verbosity would reach a point of insanity.
How many clauses can one add to a contract before it specifies every edge case?
A bad faith actor still finds an edge case in a contract full of clauses. A good faith actor fears the extraneous protective clauses.
Stop trying to consider every possible situation to appease the semanticist. Instead, the next time someone says, “well, technically,” respond “well, generally.”