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Feb
25
comment A word to describe a person who prefers to be sad
@JFA there's an answer with the word "downer" already
Feb
25
comment A word to describe a person who prefers to be sad
perhaps "melancholic by choice" would describe such a person
Nov
19
comment Image is to pixelated as a song is to ___?
"Undersampled" would better describe the situation imo.
Oct
22
answered Place at home where deities are kept
Oct
12
answered What is “a room a company provides for eating food” called?
Oct
4
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Sep
13
comment “Stupidity” or “Stupidness” - What should I use? Can I use either of them?
You could use "stupidness" over "stupidity" as part of a line of an uneducated character, to underline their own stupidity.
Sep
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Aug
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Aug
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Jul
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Jul
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Jul
15
answered What do you call a person that goes to extreme ends to accomplish a goal?
Jun
7
answered “Calling a spade a spade”: synonymous expressions?
May
12
accepted “I could not” vs “I would not be able to”
May
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Feb
9
comment Is there a word for excessive use of articles?
@ErikKowal every chart title starts with "the", every hardware component name, every object with a distinct unique name. "A number of users", "an amount of messages", "the queries for the database of the servers of the system", etc. Seriously, we could really live without a lot of those articles.
Feb
9
asked Is there a word for excessive use of articles?
Jan
30
answered Safer alternative to “opaque”?
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