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May
14
asked Why are these spellings pronounced “non phonetically?”
May
10
reviewed Edit Do Americans “gee things up”, or is it just a British usage?
May
10
revised Do Americans “gee things up”, or is it just a British usage?
wrong answer
May
3
answered phrases: “marry a guy and he'll provide”
Apr
21
answered What do you call the ability to tell good from bad?
Apr
21
answered Is there a word for when a child no longer “hero-worships” their parents?
Apr
21
answered Is there a single noun, preferably not a gerund, for the act of exceeding or surpassing?
Apr
14
answered Is there a word that means cheating but legitimate?
Apr
6
answered What does “Come-to Jesus (moment / stage / meeting)” mean? Is it a popular word?
Mar
3
comment Is there an English expression from Latin for “in writing”, “written”, etc?
@SimonB: That's your contribution. I was just giving examples (of where to look.)
Mar
3
answered Is there an English expression from Latin for “in writing”, “written”, etc?
Mar
2
comment A way of describing the lesbian parent that is not pregnant?
That's a "modern" usage. I never heard it before 1990.
Feb
24
answered Is there a word for the value that you compare against a threshold value?
Feb
23
accepted Noun for the quality of being a “femme fatale”
Feb
21
answered Does the words, “Love interests” and “Love intelligence” have a special meaning other than plain “love affair” and “love gossip”?
Feb
21
revised What is the difference in meaning between “complacent” and “complaisant”
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Feb
21
revised Are there many -tion words that sound like 'vision'?
added 38 characters in body; edited title
Feb
21
revised How did “kill” get its positive connotations?
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Feb
21
revised What is the difference in meaning between “complacent” and “complaisant”
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Feb
21
asked What is the difference in meaning between “complacent” and “complaisant”