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comment What do you call a day that is different from the usual days?
What a day... what a lovely day!
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comment What do you call the intersection of a rectangle and a circle?
@DogLover Answer updated.
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revised What do you call the intersection of a rectangle and a circle?
Extra explanation at asker's request
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comment What do you call the intersection of a rectangle and a circle?
@DogLover The first line comes from the circle, the second line comes from the rectangle, and they meet. By Longman's definition the meeting point is a corner. Even if the walls are curved or angled, you'd still call their intersection a corner.
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answered What do you call the intersection of a rectangle and a circle?
Jul
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comment How fitting is the term “Unruly allies” to describe a group of people with different alignments/interests
"Unlikely allies".
Jun
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
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Jun
20
comment Is there a single verb for 'to make positive'?
Maybe "improve" or "turn around" negative comments. For "clauses of negative polarity", negating them make them positive.
Jun
15
awarded  Autobiographer
Jun
15
comment Game Titles are hard
What will the tone of the game be like? Flippant and self-aware? Tense and harrowing? That should be reflected in your title choice too.
Jun
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Jun
15
comment Word to describe something that is “great” and “terrible”
I thought it was a pun too, but it's real.
Jun
15
comment Word to describe something that is “great” and “terrible”
"Maleficent" sounds amazing, but unfortunately isn't remotely related to "magnificent".
Apr
27
comment What is the word that defines walking confidently, coldly and calmly?
I'm drawing a blank. Are you referring to an ominous walk?
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