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answered If a bald man were capable of curing baldness, he would cure himself first!
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comment Blazing in his eyes
@Silenus See the discussion in the comments following my answer. You may wish to provide an answer of your own.
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comment Blazing in his eyes
@TheNate I think Silenus gave a reasonably good explanation of the meaning as opposed to the form.
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comment Is there a term for the use of adjectives as nouns?
@jez But it also works with pronominal adjectives, doesn't it, my dear?
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answered Is there a term for the use of adjectives as nouns?
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comment Is there a term for the use of adjectives as nouns?
And the singular verb might be okay in some circumstances. Car A gives you quick. Car B gives you quick and safe. But quick, safe and reliable is only available from car C!
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comment Is there a term for the use of adjectives as nouns?
You mean It's also a nasty
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answered Blazing in his eyes
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comment What is another way of saying <I have changed my views>
I have evolved.
Feb
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comment What is the name for those images with quotes in them?
I think Jack Handey called them Deep Thoughts
Feb
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comment Word for confusing two objects & their respective uses
Sounds like The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat.
Feb
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comment Adjectives that describe the language used in a literary text
Where you write source insert the name of the source instead and have that name link to the site. After each definition you offer, write the name of the dictionary you used. The link could be attached to the term (my preference) or to the dictionary's name.
Feb
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answered What is a word for over-celebrating?
Feb
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comment Adjectives that describe the language used in a literary text
Our preferred practice on this site is to list each source in plain text in the answer as well as a link.
Feb
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revised Adjectives that describe the language used in a literary text
typos
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comment Adjectives that describe the language used in a literary text
+1 And there is always highfaluting
Feb
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answered Is there a word for “false accuser”?