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Jun
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comment Similar numbers
I would add: "They are practically the same". I hear this a lot and it makes sense. The two things are so similar that for any practical use of one, the other is usable as well.
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awarded  Popular Question
Dec
26
accepted Does the subject of this sentence make sense, even when split by the clarification?
Dec
26
asked Does the subject of this sentence make sense, even when split by the clarification?
Dec
9
comment What word describes someone who isn't exactly optimistic, but has a positive outlook?
Can someone explain the downvote?
Dec
9
asked What word describes someone who isn't exactly optimistic, but has a positive outlook?
Nov
28
accepted Expression for a rare find?
Nov
28
accepted Idiom to describe something that has little to no effect?
Nov
28
comment How can I describe the age difference between myself and my sibling?
@Jim, I'm stuck for space in what I'm writing.
Nov
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asked How can I describe the age difference between myself and my sibling?
Nov
27
accepted What do you call the activities between actual work?
Nov
27
comment What do you call the activities between actual work?
Mmm, I've never heard of ancillary before, but I think it fits. Also makes me think of auxiliary, which might also work.
Nov
27
revised What do you call the activities between actual work?
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Nov
27
asked What do you call the activities between actual work?
Nov
11
accepted Genderless pronoun?
Nov
11
accepted What do you call something that under-utilizes its space? Opposite of cramped
Nov
11
asked Idiom to describe something that has little to no effect?
Nov
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asked What do you call something that under-utilizes its space? Opposite of cramped
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awarded  Yearling
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