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May
14
comment Opposite of “mute” or “silence” as verb
Watching you watching them
May
6
answered Word for a decaying and renewing system, like a coral reef
May
6
comment What's the word in English for something that increases/decreases?
changeable seems fine to me.
May
6
answered Is there an English word for “the ability to be deleted”?
Mar
29
comment Word that describes terms that exclude or divide people
+0 (+1 + -1) Yeah I also find it hard to vote when an answer is actually two answers. I respect your approach however I would suggest that you give more consideration to giving more than 1 answer as it may be easier and more usable for in the community at general. I prefer multiple answers, even if from the same person to answers that contain multiple answers within them :)
Jan
17
answered Is there any English/American equivalent for the Hungarian phrase “beating the nettle with someone else's penis”?
Jan
1
answered Idiom that means trying to save something that is beyond saving
Dec
24
answered Is there a word or expression for when someone passionately wants something, and then discovers afterwards that it's different from how he imagined?
Nov
15
comment What is the opposite of an exhaustive list?
I certainly do, i.e. its clear to me and useful in many cases, e.g. questions that include an example
Oct
31
answered Word meaning “to sort again”
Oct
4
comment A word with a wide range of meanings
See also: english.stackexchange.com/q/72218/13552
Oct
3
comment What's a better word for “cowardly”, that doesn't sound like name-calling?
Ttitle says "that doesn't sounds like name-calling?..."
Oct
3
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Oct
3
answered What's a better word for “cowardly”, that doesn't sound like name-calling?
Oct
3
answered What to call the attitude of pursuing something
Sep
10
revised Is there a word which means whatever you want it to mean? Or has no meaning?
better formatting
Aug
24
answered Is there a word which means whatever you want it to mean? Or has no meaning?
Jul
16
answered Is there a word for a comment which makes no sense or adds nothing to the current discussion?
May
27
comment Is there a verb for remaining silent?
+1 this is what I thought of myself. It also meets the criteria of being an imperative to "shut up", i.e. silence!
May
18
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