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Aug
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comment Is there a difference between “dislike” and “don't like”?
The problem is that don't like is two words and difficult / impossible to find in a dictionary. I also personally use don't like to mean dislike, but maybe I'm using it wrong.
Aug
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asked Is there a difference between “dislike” and “don't like”?
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Nov
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comment What word means “the feeling of discomfort caused by watching people's ineptitude”?
TylerH is right. Empathize does not mean sympathizing. Empathize means having empathy, which is having the same feeling as someone else. Sympathizing means having sympathy, which is feeling badly for someone else without feeling what they feel yourself. Empathy is more powerful in my opinion. And, neither of these define what the OP was looking for; quite the opposite, in fact!
Nov
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comment What word means “the feeling of discomfort caused by watching people's ineptitude”?
+1 for the image :-)
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comment What's the difference between pronunciation and enunciation?
-1 for using "bcoz" on the Professional English Stack Exchange Site. You might want to check out: ell.stackexchange.com
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comment I don't get this joke. Is it some kind of play on “water, too?”
@JasonC I find the funny part about the joke you quoted to be None of the glasses are ergonomically designed for you to drink from
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revised What's a better word for “pensive” in this situation?
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