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revised is “purposely” an actual word?
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asked is “purposely” an actual word?
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comment “has been raised” or “was raised” in an academic journal
@DerrickCoetzee , that's a concise version, but loses some of the meaning of the original - probably for the best if the intention is a succinct, "tight" piece of writing, and if that sentence adequately reflects the intention of the original, which I'm not sure about.
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answered “has been raised” or “was raised” in an academic journal
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revised Are “heterosexual” and “straight” exact synonyms?
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comment Are “heterosexual” and “straight” exact synonyms?
@DerrickCoetzee This is true, and as the original question was about attraction as opposed to action, that's a very relevant point. Will clarify my original answer, thanks!
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answered Word for “player” without the negative connotations
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answered Are “heterosexual” and “straight” exact synonyms?