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awarded  Popular Question
Jan
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comment Opposite of 'damned with faint praise'?
Cool, learned a new phrase. But I don't think it'll be clear what I mean colloquially if I said, oh she's not *really hated, she was negatively sold.
Jan
14
comment Opposite of 'damned with faint praise'?
I could go along with this even if I've yet to see someone else use this. It invokes the original idiom and should be clear to everyone who's familiar with the original idiom.
Jan
13
asked Opposite of 'damned with faint praise'?
Dec
27
accepted Describing a relationship that is related via a third party?
Dec
27
comment Describing a relationship that is related via a third party?
@JonyAgarwal yes exactly.
Dec
27
asked Describing a relationship that is related via a third party?
Nov
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awarded  Critic
Oct
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accepted There are content that is good. Would this be a correct sentence?
Oct
27
comment There are content that is good. Would this be a correct sentence?
@chaslyfromUK content refers to many individual pieces of content so I thought it was potentially plural?
Oct
27
asked There are content that is good. Would this be a correct sentence?
Aug
7
accepted What's a word that describes this facial expression?
Aug
6
comment What's a word that describes this facial expression?
@ermanen fair enough it could be subjective. But I don't think he's happily surprised though.
Aug
6
comment What's a word that describes this facial expression?
@ermanen Huh I don't think so? Literally looks like the same face to me.
Aug
6
comment What's a word that describes this facial expression?
Excellent probably the best answer so far. I'm not sure if it quite captures the freaky smile though.
Aug
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awarded  Editor
Aug
6
revised What's a word that describes this facial expression?
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Aug
6
comment What's a word that describes this facial expression?
Oh perfect. Thanks I'll add this to the examples. Stunned or dazed implies a look of confusion but maybe there's no perfect 1-worder for this.
Aug
5
comment What's a word that describes this facial expression?
@Joce it's a restrained shocked / surprised while you're still smiling?
Aug
5
asked What's a word that describes this facial expression?