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Apr
3
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
21
accepted Idiomatic Expression “at a loss”
Feb
19
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
3
asked Idiomatic Expression “at a loss”
Dec
28
awarded  Yearling
Dec
2
awarded  Scholar
Dec
2
accepted “Each of them is” “Each of them are”
Dec
2
asked “Each of them is” “Each of them are”
Jun
15
comment Visual connotation associated with “lucid”
I think you're a bit confused on what the transparent and translucent definitions are meaning. When referring to the term lucid they aren't meaning just that light can pass through but also connotations of clarity.
Jun
13
revised Can using “drop” alone cause confusion?
added 244 characters in body
Jun
13
answered Adjective “grim”
Jan
19
comment Is developing an insight for someone the same as accepting them?
@Blue I would say the usage is unlikely. But of course it really does depend on that instance. Maybe his dad finally accepted him on a personal level after having an epiphany of what Ben was seeing.
Jan
18
comment What are the origins for the phrases “Knock it off” and “Cut it out”?
The question is about the phrase "knock it off" not the phrase "knock off."
Jan
18
comment Meaning and etymology of “down with”
So, Answer the question?
Jan
18
answered Is developing an insight for someone the same as accepting them?
Jan
17
answered “Regards” vs. “Best regards” vs. “With regards”
Jan
13
revised About adjective possessive pronouns
corrected spelling and made more clear
Jan
13
answered Should I begin with uppercase when placing a sentence inside a apostrophes?
Jan
13
suggested suggested edit on About adjective possessive pronouns
Jan
13
answered About adjective possessive pronouns