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Mar
29
awarded  Good Answer
Mar
29
comment He rares himself up?
"Rare up and ready to go" is a phrase I have heard often enough growing up.
Mar
28
revised Is there an English idiom that means “you can always find a law to convict anyone”?
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28
revised Is there an English idiom that means “you can always find a law to convict anyone”?
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28
revised Is there an English idiom that means “you can always find a law to convict anyone”?
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28
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Mar
27
answered Is there a word or phrase for helping someone when you are better equipped than them?
Mar
27
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
27
revised Is there an English idiom that means “you can always find a law to convict anyone”?
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27
answered Is there an English idiom that means “you can always find a law to convict anyone”?
Mar
26
comment Someone or something small yet capable of having big influence?
@MatthewRead I think casting a long shadow nails the request for some"thing like "He may be small, but he casts a long shadow." You should make that an answer (with some supporting documentation).
Mar
26
answered Which is the best word to use for a Face-to-Face interview
Mar
25
comment How can I say something is “grippable”?
Most people wouldn't think twice if you used "grippable".
Mar
25
comment What is the best word for “kitchen products” on an e-commerce website?
Culinary isn't also an adjective. It is only an adjective. It isn't a noun. So culinary, I think, ... no, I know, ... is not the answer to the question "what is the best word for all things used in a kitchen." "Culinary things" would be somewhat of an answer, but it is not the best WORD.
Mar
25
comment What is the best word for “kitchen products” on an e-commerce website?
@erich As a noun, that would be the chef or cook, and doesn't encompass "all things used in a kitchen". Your link doesn't include the adjective form, but the adjective means "or or related to a kitchen or cookery" (for which "culinary" also would work). I don't think either definition of culinary (the noun or the adjective) really works to describe "things used in a kitchen".
Mar
24
comment A word for someone who will go along with how you feel, or with whatever you want to do
+1 for Pushover
Mar
24
revised Is there an idiom for “I'm not an expert when it comes to kinds of feces”
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24
answered Is there an idiom for “I'm not an expert when it comes to kinds of feces”
Mar
24
answered What is the best word for “kitchen products” on an e-commerce website?
Mar
24
answered Non-religious word for “blessed”