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Dec
13
suggested suggested edit on Equivalent word for 'Unfriend' on Social media sites?
Dec
13
asked Original use of kosher in the English lanuage
Dec
12
comment Word for people who buy things because they are more expensive/ for the brand
We tossed the word around a lot at school writing essays, in this context, but I agree it's not the most appropriate.
Dec
11
comment What's the meaning of the word “brand” in the expression “brand new”?
Is it possible to merge this answer with Henry's? Your's would add more detail to his, which is essentially the same, and got there first?
Dec
11
answered Word for people who buy things because they are more expensive/ for the brand
Dec
11
comment Preposition used after “do”
So the implication is that it sounds wrong because of the shared negative connotations of violence and against? Or am I not following you?
Dec
11
comment More formal word for “mover and shaker”
I don't think heavyweight is a good way to describe 'mover and shaker' without more context.
Dec
11
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Dec
11
comment Addressing Professors: Between Dr. and a hard place
Not so Barrie, at my university there are quite a few Professors, and not all of them are heads of the department.
Dec
11
comment Asks a question; never responds to answers/comments
@Mepher Could you expand on that answer? Perhaps giving more detailed reasons you'd pick one of those words? Or even a better description of what they mean?
Dec
11
answered Preposition used after “do”
Dec
10
comment How to use “distinguish” in this sentence
You can unpick the other answer though if you prefer this one.
Dec
10
awarded  Critic
Dec
10
awarded  Commentator
Dec
10
revised Grammatical explanation of “what the blank”
added 1 characters in body
Dec
10
comment Grammatical explanation of “what the blank”
That is how it's written in the post though, so I'm editing it back.
Dec
10
comment Noun describing one who “acts on emotion primally”?
Sorry to have nagged, I've seen too many good answers being only unofficially accepted.
Dec
9
revised Grammatical explanation of “what the blank”
Corrected plural
Dec
9
comment Noun describing one who “acts on emotion primally”?
@BOSS if it's correct, could you mark it as such? With the big greek tick?
Dec
9
answered Grammatical explanation of “what the blank”