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Sep
12
awarded  Necromancer
Sep
9
comment phrases: “marry a guy and he'll provide”
Good call @Placidia. The question needs clarifying, and cultural context placement, if it's to match the intent of the Chinese phrase. There is unspoken nuance here.
Aug
11
comment Word that describes a word which isn't normally used in an everyday conversation
Well now there's the evidence to back up his claims; this court surely admits animated gifs.
Aug
11
comment Word that describes a word which isn't normally used in an everyday conversation
Heehee @DanBron it does seem to be the convention. And yet I am concerned the way it leans toward StackExchange being more a cult of personality than of knowledge. Of erudite people rather than of erudite answers. (Can you tell I really like erudite?)
Aug
11
revised Word that describes a word which isn't normally used in an everyday conversation
more support for erudite, making first
Aug
11
comment Word that describes a word which isn't normally used in an everyday conversation
I'm following Dan Bron's lead of adding all my ideas to one answer. Is that the right way? Rather than generating many answers and letting each one fend for its own votes?
Aug
11
revised Word that describes a word which isn't normally used in an everyday conversation
adjective, adding word
Aug
11
comment Word that describes a word which isn't normally used in an everyday conversation
Damn those gendered pronouns. And one-language (Spanish) educations that indoctrinate suffix perceptions.
Aug
11
comment Word that describes a word which isn't normally used in an everyday conversation
She emphasizes that it's highbrow. Your selections are in that respect quite delicious.
Aug
11
answered Word that describes a word which isn't normally used in an everyday conversation
May
8
answered Is there a word that means both “is compliant” and “is aware”?
Mar
9
revised Geopolitics *and* economics?
attribution
Mar
9
revised Geopolitics *and* economics?
More perspectives
Mar
9
revised Geopolitics *and* economics?
More perspectives
Mar
9
answered Geopolitics *and* economics?
Mar
9
revised Feminine equivalent for Casanova
contrasted better, explain more
Mar
9
comment Feminine equivalent for Casanova
Perhaps a fatal (punintended) distinction is that a femme fatale is remarkable specifically for the doom she brings to her victims. A victim of Cassanova is not expected to have a dire fate. I will grant you that both terms confer on their partners a degree of forgiveness -- the mollification of victimhood.
Mar
8
comment Term for “Phrase that Ends List”
A valediction is similar.
Mar
8
comment Rate & Review action?
As on Amazon? IMDB? Suggest you give examples of where this applies. I'm stumped, don't think there is one. Good question though.
Mar
8
revised Word meaning the opposite of “belated”
Explain long comments and chat that ensued