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Sep
18
comment What do you call a pair of words which would be meaningless without one of them?
@rem I was going to accept this answer, until you made that point. Great... what now?
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...