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Apr
23
answered Generic name for places like village, town and cities
Apr
20
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
28
comment Is the phrase “for free” correct?
@zpletan: The expression is "I got it free of charge" (no for).
Mar
12
comment Why is a lieutenant general higher than a major general?
Could we "migrate" this question to say, the history site?
Mar
1
comment What is the word that describes ethical smartness?
Welcome to the site. An upvote to get you going.
Mar
1
comment What is the word that describes ethical smartness?
I would be looking for a word like "ethicality," but maybe such a word doesn't exist.
Mar
1
comment What is the word that describes ethical smartness?
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Feb
21
answered The word describing being in a steady & boring situation for long time
Feb
19
answered “Naïve” vs “Ignorant”
Feb
17
awarded  Tag Editor
Feb
14
awarded  Nice Question
Feb
14
comment What is the meaning and etymology of “ruthless?”
Welcome to the site. Thanks for your answer. An upvote to get you going.
Feb
10
answered English equivalent of bêtise
Feb
3
answered Is “IMHO” a rude thing to say (or type)?
Jan
31
accepted How did the term “Mistress” take on two rather different connotations?
Jan
30
comment Term for an insincere invitation..?
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Jan
26
comment Meaning of “the waft of”
I don't consider this "general reference," since it has a "figurative" meaning (smell), that is decidedly different from its literal meaning "movement through air."
Jan
25
answered Meaning of “the waft of”
Jan
22
answered Is “Call for somebody’s head on a plate” a popular idiom? What is its origin?
Jan
21
comment What does the end of sentence “eh” tag mean in Canadian English?
@Mitch: Changed "British" to "Canadian." I honestly thought the English used it also, but maybe not.