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Jan
27
revised What is the expression for the process of getting over the loss of a loved person?
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Jan
27
revised What is the expression for the process of getting over the loss of a loved person?
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Jan
27
revised What is the expression for the process of getting over the loss of a loved person?
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Jan
27
answered What is the expression for the process of getting over the loss of a loved person?
Apr
21
comment What is a word in English that means “able to learn new things quickly”?
@Sam, I have just the therapy for you.
Apr
17
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Apr
17
comment Is there such a thing as a reverse dictionary?
Agreed @WS2 I find a thesaurus obliquely useful. I never ever find the word I'm looking for in there, but after following several synonym rabbit holes and giving up in frustration, then the word comes to mind.
Mar
12
answered Expression for personality/lifestyle of somebody that likes to step outside of the comfort zone?
Mar
12
comment Expression for personality/lifestyle of somebody that likes to step outside of the comfort zone?
Love the concept. English poorly represents this approach to life. Outgoing, extrovert emphasize social effects. Pushing the envelope, adventurous, maverick, enterprising, resourceful point to changes in the outer world. Neophile, novelty-seeking, daredevil come closer but seem joyless, and miss the vulnerability you portray so well. None capture self-driven, deliberate unfamiliarity for its own reward. Please will you name this word in your mother tongue? Perhaps English should steal it. I want to.
Mar
7
comment What is a word in English that means “able to learn new things quickly”?
"able to learn new things quickly" == "learns quickly"
Mar
7
revised What is a word in English that means “able to learn new things quickly”?
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Mar
1
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Jan
25
comment Is there a word that describes disliking a food or drink after vomiting it?
Post-Emetic Yucky Disorder
Jan
17
comment Word meaning “open to being persuaded by a strong argument”?
Penetrable and pliant are also too weak and passive, but they come to mind.
Jan
17
comment Word or short phrase meaning “Happening on the same day as”
I'm picturing a professor's blank expression, thinking where is his OED, maybe it's not so bad giving you a second chance to take that exam.
Jan
17
comment Word meaning “open to being persuaded by a strong argument”?
Helpful sentences. Whether we have a word, we need the thing.
Jan
17
comment Word meaning “open to being persuaded by a strong argument”?
@ProlifiAxons, hmm a warmed up skeptical, as it were?
Jan
17
comment One word to denote natural items found on ground
naturalia but it's not English.
Jan
17
answered Word meaning “open to being persuaded by a strong argument”?
Jan
17
comment Word meaning “open to being persuaded by a strong argument”?
Could you edit in an example sentence with a ______ blank? Or an example situation or story.