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comment What is the opposite of indented (because “exdent[ed]” appears not to be a word)?
"Ancient" is stretching it.
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comment What does “the bully pulpit has splintered” mean?
@HotLicks Wait, did this really originate in the Bull Moose Party???
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reviewed Close Where can I obtain an English dictionary with structured data?
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reviewed Close Usaged by or from
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reviewed Close What do you call someone who takes but doesn't want to give?
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reviewed Close Do I use “were”, “was”, or “is”?
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reviewed Close Correct title for this paragraph?
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reviewed Close Difference between 'prank' and 'hoax'
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reviewed Close Does “spiritual circumstances” mean “spiritual state/condition”?
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reviewed Reviewed History and usage of “dooryard”
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reviewed Delete General term for location or event
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comment “hugest” grammatically correct?
It does sound strange, I'll grant you that. There aren't really any other one-syllable adjectives or adverbs that rhyme with huge that we can compare it with, either.
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reviewed Reject Can one be “convicted” if one has a strong opinion?
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reviewed Close Why the phrase “thunder and lightning”, and not “lightning and thunder”?
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reviewed Close Sentences starting with “One who”. “One” is highlighted as grammatical error in Ms Word
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reviewed Close More traditional / professional word or phrase for 'Plan of Attack'
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reviewed Close Does did you had is ok to say?
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reviewed Close Items priorities, Item priorites or items priority
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reviewed Close Is there a difference between “Wrong or Right” and “Right or Wrong”