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accepted Is “uncollaborative” a word?
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comment Is “uncollaborative” a word?
@Mitch Fine. Post title updated.
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revised Is “uncollaborative” a word?
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comment Is “uncollaborative” a word?
I edited the question to be clearer. This is a fine word but not the direction I was going in.
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comment Is there a term for using a word twice in a row, but in a grammatically-appropriate way?
@FumbleFingers That link's awesome - thank you!
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accepted Difference between “fluency” and “fluidity”
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asked Is there a term for using a word twice in a row, but in a grammatically-appropriate way?
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comment Difference between “fluency” and “fluidity”
@Jay Fair enough. I'm grateful for help, but I don't see how this answer provides any info on what I'm asking. This also isn't the first time I've gotten an answer from this particular user that appears as though they only skimmed the post and dashed out something off-target. Either way, point taken - I will make sure to keep my future SE contributions respectful going forward.
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comment Difference between “fluency” and “fluidity”
@Mitch The words in the post title are "fluency" and "fluidity". I don't know why anyone would think I'm asking if "fluid in a language" is appropriate.