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Jul
27
answered Single Word Request for an adjective to replace my use of the word “gay” to describe
Jul
27
comment Single Word Request for an adjective to replace my use of the word “gay” to describe
'" I should warn you by using the term 'lame,' you are violating the Americans with Disabilities Act.' - Lisa Simpson Link 😜
Jul
11
accepted Does one “speak” a sign language?
Jul
10
revised Does one “speak” a sign language?
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Jul
10
comment Exactly what language do I (we) speak?
tee hee "fanny"
Jul
10
asked Does one “speak” a sign language?
Jul
6
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
23
comment Is there a verb form of “Extinct”?
That is already an answer. It's a good word, but the same as most of the other answers, it doesn't answer the question. In this case 'no' is the answer.
Jun
20
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
20
comment Is there a verb form of “Extinct”?
This is one of the only answers that actually reads the question properly. I didn't want just a list of words that fit the gap, and "no, there isn't" is a perfectly valid answer.
Jun
20
accepted Is there a verb form of “Extinct”?
Jun
19
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
19
revised Is there a verb form of “Extinct”?
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Jun
19
comment Is there a verb form of “Extinct”?
@Josh61, I have added an example
Jun
19
comment Is there a verb form of “Extinct”?
@mfoy_, I suppose that's technically true. ;) However I think you know what I meant.
Jun
19
revised Is there a verb form of “Extinct”?
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Jun
19
comment Is there a verb form of “Extinct”?
@ermanen, That's the conclusion I had come to before asking here. That's probably worth adding as an answer.
Jun
19
comment Is there a verb form of “Extinct”?
@mfoy_, I meant that "extinguish" is a synonym for my desired word "extinct(v)"
Jun
19
asked Is there a verb form of “Extinct”?
Jun
6
comment What is the etymology of “You don't look too clever”
Thanks for the answer. I've not been able to find the origin either. Hence this question.