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Jul
16
asked Is “apocrypha” plural?
Jul
16
comment Opposite of “miracle”?
+1, good question! Now you've got us wondering.
Jul
13
comment Past participle of “flaw”
Why did you capitalize the term "verbed"?
Jul
13
comment Past participle of “flaw”
Never say never.
Jul
13
comment Past participle of “flaw”
Is the OED solely authoritative when it comes to Modern English?
Jul
13
comment Past participle of “flaw”
I didn't necessarily answer my own question. Maybe a dictionary exists that does list a variant form for the past participle.
Jul
13
revised Past participle of “flaw”
I fixed what must have been a typo in the final sentence (question).
Jul
13
asked Past participle of “flaw”
Jul
6
comment A synonym for “go online”
On the Internet, or in the Internet?
Jul
6
answered What's a sophisticated synonym for “cooking”?
Jul
6
comment Anglicization from Hebrew
@SC - I don't know some of these acronyms, it's my fault, not yours. Don't blame me.
Jul
6
comment American English without an accent
Well, according to other Americans, this is what I have been told.
Jul
6
suggested rejected edit on Why isn’t “disharmony” spelled “*dysharmony”?
Jul
6
asked American English without an accent
Jul
6
comment Should nouns borrowed from Japanese be pluralized?
+1, good answer.
Jul
6
comment Anglicization from Hebrew
(IME = in my experience?)
Jul
4
comment Which is the word that means neither “believer” nor “atheist” but somewhere in between?
@Mitch - Why don't you ask that question?
Jun
15
comment Latin (or Greek) -x becomes -ght?
@jyc23 - "luminosus" and "nocturnalis" are both latin words...
Jun
15
comment Latin (or Greek) -x becomes -ght?
The base form of lex (law) is "lex, legis (leg-)" which is the root of the English word legal.
Jun
15
accepted Synonym for “in terms of” (of Latin origin)