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Sep
25
answered Word for “surround in such a way as to reduce the prominence of the surrounded object”?
Jul
23
comment What is British English for American English's “wire transfer”
a wire-transfer in british english is still wire-transfer... it's a term of art in banking and means the same thing everywhere in the world.
Jul
23
comment Word for someone who is more than a friend
I did not see his answer on my browser when I responded to the OP, as a matter of fact the answers were actually edited in at 7:48 even though the question was started at 7:37. Having said that, who cares?
Jul
19
comment Other words for “it seems to me”
You can indeed use that or you can also say, in my opinion...., or if you're deducing something then a phrase like I think it follows that ....
Jul
19
answered Word for someone who is more than a friend
May
13
answered Should I say “study materials” or “education materials” or “teaching material?”
May
13
awarded  Yearling
May
13
awarded  Explainer
May
13
answered Single word for “to quickly find something”
May
13
revised An alternative for 'conceited' concerning merely wealth
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May
13
answered An alternative for 'conceited' concerning merely wealth
May
13
suggested approved edit on An alternative for 'conceited' concerning merely wealth
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
17
comment “Nightmare” derivation
i think that if you share your verses it would be easier to answer your question.
Jul
10
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jul
10
comment What is the difference between “any” or ”every”?
This question is actually a logic / statistics / systems / mathematics question and not an english question.
Jul
10
answered What word means a “collection of diaries”?
Jul
10
comment Do I use an article if the word is combination of a proper noun and a common noun?
+1 for simplicity. Grammatically the word 'Microsoft' is a 'noun adjunct' and the word 'website' is the head noun, so use of the article the is mandatory
Jul
10
answered Is “A Midsummer’s Night’s Dream” correct English?
Apr
25
answered Can I say “I concur with something” instead of “I agree with something”?