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revised An inoffensive word for “stupid”?
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comment An inoffensive word for “stupid”?
In English, "stupid" is considered much more insulting than "fool".
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accepted Why does the 3rd-person of verbs that end in -y follow the rule for plural nouns instead of verbs?
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comment An inoffensive word for “stupid”?
@W.N., also in regards to the classic fool in the form of a court-jester.
Jul
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comment Word for partner you are living with but not married to
Note, most jurisdictions often necessitate cohabitating for a certain amount of time (usually a few years) for a common-law marriage to have legal standing. Of course there’s nothing stopping people from using it informally.
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suggested rejected edit on “Don't I know you” vs. “do I know you”
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answered An inoffensive word for “stupid”?
Jun
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comment Is there a symbol for “and/or”?
Yes, as a programmer, I am familiar with logical operators. I was wondering more about something that would be used in prose to avoid verbose sentences of the form one of this or that or this or that but not both.
Jun
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revised What are the names of the pieces of a question mark?
Added title and author of text.
Jun
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comment Is there a symbol for “and/or”?
> The virgule is used only when indicating a line break in an inline quotation. That may once have been, but today it is just a synonym for slash.
Jun
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asked Is there a symbol for “and/or”?
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suggested rejected edit on Why do we use '/' sign as a representation of 'or'?
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comment Is there an antonym for “capitalize” (as in letter-case)
Hehe, very funny. :-P
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accepted Is there an antonym for “capitalize” (as in letter-case)