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Jan
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comment hungry is to starving as thirsty is to?
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Dec
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comment Treacle is viscous; alcohol is ____?
Is there anything wrong with "low viscosity" itself? I realize you seem to be looking for a single word but not every property has one.
Sep
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Aug
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accepted Can “broken” mean never working to begin with?
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Jan
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comment Term describing the practice of anticipating dangers while driving
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Dec
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comment What is the opposite of “abbreviation”?
This is what I thought of too, but I suppose I've been conditioned by this.
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asked Can “broken” mean never working to begin with?
Apr
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comment Does “salt mines” have any specific meaning?
This answer is only lacking a reference, IMHO.
Jan
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comment What do you call someone who is shy, withdrawn, and fearful of being approached?
Why do you think that a sociopath has these characteristics?
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Jul
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comment Word or phrase that means to ascertain whether someone is alive or dead
I think "check vital state" is about as succinct as you'll find.
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Jun
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comment A better word for 'hot' (spicy)?
@Peter I'm not familiar with Szechuan pepper. I only know "Szechuan" from the Chinese-American dishes that bear the name but at least in my area they are never really "hot". I would not categorize black pepper or other "spicy" foods with capsaicin heat: they are not (IME) as pungent, and they affect people differently. By that I mean that someone with a high capsaicin tolerance may not tolerate wasabi, or someone who cannot tolerate capsaicin may be fine with black pepper. If one cannot handle any of these foods then the generic "I can't eat spicy food" seems appropriate.
Jun
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answered A better word for 'hot' (spicy)?
May
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revised Why do we use the word “Do” when connecting a sentence?
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