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awarded  Yearling
May
31
answered Does “so far, so good” carry a negative connotation?
May
31
answered A word for: Taking a godlike concept and bringing it down to earth
May
28
answered The 00s equivalent for “so 90s”
May
27
answered Word for expressing pushing one's health limit as if overdrafting a bank account?
May
26
answered A word for not paying attention to detail, causing sloppiness
May
10
answered What does “cut the odds” mean?
May
8
answered “I have no …” vs. “I don't have …”
May
8
answered What does it mean to “start from scratch”?
May
1
revised Looking for a more precise noun than “acceptance”
amplification
May
1
answered Looking for a more precise noun than “acceptance”
May
1
answered Why do we say “to be a laughing stock”?
Apr
30
revised What is a “Churchill moment”?
clarification
Apr
30
answered One word for “easily understood”
Apr
30
awarded  Excavator
Apr
30
revised Why “horseback riding” and not simply “horse riding”?
Added question about difference between British and American English.
Apr
30
answered What is a “Churchill moment”?
Apr
30
comment Better way of saying “Go-to man”?
@helen melichar: My understanding is that the point person (actually a point man) is the one who "leads a charge" in the military. Is this the sense you want?
Apr
29
comment Is there a word for temporary-but-may-become-permanent?
@dotancohen: They're evaluating you, you're evaluating them, but it seems like at least one is "trying out" the other.
Apr
29
answered Is there a word for temporary-but-may-become-permanent?