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Apr
7
comment What is the double opposite of Schadenfreude?
Yes, but is gluckschmerz a term that is used in English? This is ELU after all.
Apr
5
comment Verb for “… his passion”
@ConcreteGannet Don't disagree. I think pursue might still be best. Fulfill might also work.
Apr
5
comment Make someone run out of patience
@SvenYargs sounds like an answer
Apr
4
answered Verb for “… his passion”
Mar
31
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
30
comment In search for universal formal greetings
If you are addressing someone on a common social, political, moral or philosophical path, you might say Dear Fellow Traveler, but then again, you might get a McCarthy-like reaction.
Mar
30
answered In search for universal formal greetings
Mar
30
comment Word for telling about events of a movie/book etc
Not very succinct, but you could say spoiled the surprise of the ending.
Mar
28
comment Giving false information in good faith
Kayla can raise her bona fides at her expulsion hearing, and I'll take the case!
Mar
28
comment Giving false information in good faith
The problem is that bone fide can mean the same as its original Latin, in good faith, but it also now can mean genuine or real. The second representation (Kayla's) was bona fide, but the information (from Rob) was not. I think using bona fide in regard to Kayla would still need a clarifier that is was bona fide but incorrect.
Mar
28
comment Giving false information in good faith
Maybe we could get together with unwitting misrepresents?
Mar
28
comment Giving false information in good faith
Rob's situation.
Mar
28
answered Giving false information in good faith
Mar
27
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
27
comment One word for “Unseen but felt” or maybe a better expression to denote the exact meaning?
You can smell the testosterone in the air!
Mar
26
comment A phrase for a tip or trick passed down from one generation to the next
Tricks of the trade refers to wisdom acquired by those who have done something a lot.
Mar
25
comment What is the difference between Mitigate and Mollify?
An apology may both mitigate and mollify if the harm is hurt feelings.
Mar
25
answered What's the word for the facial expression over an unexpected disappointment?
Mar
25
comment Is there as more positive sounding word to use in place of 'viral' or 'contagious', in regard to an idea or campaign?
+1 for wildfire
Mar
25
comment Single word for an idiom giving advice
Maybe Yodaisms?