A type of faulty comparison is the double comparative when a comparative ending in "er" follows words like "more" or "less". For example, instead of "more tastier" you would say tastier.
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more / less comparative
Looks like the NLP tool missed the word "most" and tagged it as RBS, hence the first regex, where I am explicit about more/less