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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
awarded  Famous Question
May
8
comment Word for someone who likes it fast
a bit of a go'er
Apr
21
answered Is there a word to describe the state of being the only one of something?
Mar
28
answered Word for people who live in the same city
Mar
21
comment Word to describe someone who doesn't appreciate what another person has done for them
oblivious means unaware. Thus wilful doesn't apply. Can't be unaware and aware at the same time.
Mar
18
comment What is the English word for “street along a river bank”?
Here is Boston USA we have an esplanade alongside the river, though it is for walking rather than driving.
Mar
10
suggested suggested edit on Is there a secular, non vulgar alternative to “for heaven's sake”?
Jan
10
comment A one-word verb meaning to “make use of”
+1 Utilizing seems such an obvious answer to a word for Using, suprised this is not the top answer.
Dec
26
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Sep
10
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
22
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
28
accepted When an item belongs to Bob, is it Bob's item or Bobs item
Dec
28
accepted Can I use “you guys” when it includes gals? [Northeast USA]
Dec
28
accepted “Branch of/off the main tree”
Nov
15
awarded  Scholar
Nov
15
accepted Information that the reports can work 'off' or 'of'
Nov
15
comment Information that the reports can work 'off' or 'of'
no, no, it is data. I guess you were thinking 'reports' as in 'direct reports', i.e. the people that report directly to someone else, but no this is not what I meant at all, I meant reports for data :) I'm accepting 'for'
Nov
15
comment Information that the reports can work 'off' or 'of'
I improved and added more detail but tbh I don't think it helps much, the question is relatively straightforward w/o context.