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Jul
11
answered Is there a single word for “moving unhinderedly”?
Jul
11
comment Word for describing something that causes seizures?
@FumbleFingers Or seizure triggers.
Jul
10
answered Generic Term for Derivative of a Conceptual System
Jul
10
comment Word that means “of or relating to 'vocabulary'”
I think the eschewing of vocabularic obfuscation is a fabulous autological term!
Jul
10
answered equivalent to the idiom 'Even our intestines fight and fall out inside'
Jul
10
accepted Etymology of “dutchman” to mean a carpentry patch?
Jul
9
revised Passive voice, agency, and survey format
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Jul
9
answered Passive voice, agency, and survey format
Jul
9
answered Use of the definite article in a date
Jul
9
comment What's an expression for a cunningly-fake friend?
In my common conversations, I try to avoid situations in which I socialize with such snakes. Can't say I have heard it used such.
Jul
9
answered What's an expression for a cunningly-fake friend?
Jul
9
comment What's an expression for a cunningly-fake friend?
Also snake means a deceitful or treacherous person.
Jul
9
comment What's an expression for a cunningly-fake friend?
Many would understand, but it surely is not generally accepted usage.
Jul
9
comment What's an expression for a cunningly-fake friend?
No. It's a joke. A character, Petyr Baelish, in Game of Thrones has the attributes you describe. His nickname is Littlefinger.
Jul
9
comment What's an expression for a cunningly-fake friend?
Maybe Littlefinger?
Jul
9
comment Verb for doing something unknowingly
Maybe we need a neologism, such as zombie as a verb - Exhausted, he zombied his way through the lesson.
Jul
9
revised Verb for doing something unknowingly
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Jul
9
comment Verb for doing something unknowingly
Or unwittingly?
Jul
7
revised What does “he is kind of big deal” mean?
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Jul
6
answered Me and my ancestors - single word