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revised What is the difference between “it's up to you” and “it's down to you”?
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comment A noun which describes an object that fulfills a condition?
Maybe something along the lines of "passing" a test?
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comment What drives the usage of 'God', 'Jesus', and 'Jesus Christ' as expletives?
Jesus, what a question!
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comment Word for change of opinion
Conversion doesn't necessarily imply a negative transformation.
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comment Word for change of opinion
It's an opinion. There's nothing to be known. It wasn't an argument, it as criticism. See the answer I accepted; that fits what I need.
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comment Word for change of opinion
Wow! Recant is so amazingly perfect! Thank you so much!
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comment Word for change of opinion
I searched for synonyms of submit, and found 'succumbed', so I've used 'succumbed to believe', which I feel carries the right connotation. Thanks!
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comment The meaning of “Trolling around”
Are you just trolling around Stackexchange? ;)