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Sep
18
comment Synonymity of “is that so” and “really”
or mood or tone.
Sep
13
comment What is a “temporary mental apparition”?
@sim It makes it clear which is the answer.
Sep
13
comment What is a “temporary mental apparition”?
@sim I am rolling your edit back. I want to make the sentence more noticable.
Sep
7
comment Where does the idiom “Queen Anne is dead!” come from?
abviously the term was coined AFTER Queen Anne died.
Sep
6
comment Adjective describing things that can be given value
evaluable is a good answer, but since the OP was asking for adjective, I'd say evaluative.
Sep
3
comment Difference between “public relations” and “human relations”
BTW, whats HR and PR? :P
Sep
3
comment Difference between “public relations” and “human relations”
Hello 168335! I am afraid this question is off-topic. You can check our FAQ for more info if you want.
Sep
3
comment How to use “pickpocket” as verb
@Abdulla obviously, the word itself was coin in terms with that situation. :P
Sep
3
comment How to use “pickpocket” as verb
@Alenanno Least you answered it.
Sep
3
comment How to use “pickpocket” as verb
Dictionary example would have been enough.
Sep
1
comment A good noun for a two-faced person
How abou split-personaility?
Aug
30
comment Proper way to pronounce “Pyrzqxgl!”
In my opinion, I would pronouce it as Peerz-ques-gul.
Aug
30
comment Proper way to pronounce “Pyrzqxgl!”
Whats more deadly? Pyrzqxgl or Avada Kedavra? :)
Aug
29
comment What do you call a web advert that obscures page content forcing you to look at it?
Well, I call it SOB.
Aug
28
comment “Is Ken home?” or “Is Ken at home?”
possible duplicate of english.stackexchange.com/questions/37770/…
Aug
28
comment Phrase or idiom for funnelling efforts in wrong direction
Woman, you know everything!
Aug
22
comment Is 'doo' a cajun term of endearment?
@Byron BTW, when you mishear a lyric from a song, its called Mondegreen.
Aug
22
comment “Football” and “Soccer”
@bev strangely, we play kickball in our school, and it is eerily similar to soccer.
Aug
21
comment How to distinguish between positions of prepositional phrases?
@simchona Dang. Now what...
Aug
21
comment How to distinguish between positions of prepositional phrases?
@simchona The position of the sentence fragment determine whether it is postposition or preposition, doesn't it?