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revised Is there a word to describe someone who tends to disagree with others only to upset them?
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comment Difference between promptness and promptitude
@FumbleFingers I get 46 and 34 in Google Books, once I page to the end.
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comment How was my use of english rude?
It is often rude to be defiant.
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comment Is there a difference between the adjectives “express” and “expressed”?
Allison, I have edited the question to address your original situation while also being helpful to future users. If you have any concerns about this, feel free to comment.
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comment Why “producing”, not “produccing”?
That's true. At best, any "rule" we can cite is just an approximation of what already exists, and only secondarily a determinant.
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comment Why “producing”, not “produccing”?
This doesn't explain the CVC "produce", though. We don't say "produccing".
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revised What is a group of cars on the road called?
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comment What is a group of cars on the road called?
I get 58 results for "pocket of cars". Google always inflates the real number, not sure why.
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comment “Learned of” or “Learned about”?
It's an elaborate et cetera. :) That info isn't germane to the question, but I didn't want my illustration of knowledge depth to be overly scant. Short and long at once.
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answered “Learned of” or “Learned about”?