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Jan
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comment The word to know when you don’t know how to feel?
You are saying that not knowing how to feel is the same as not caring how to feel? When some one is shocked or hasn't had time to think, they may not know how they feel (yet). That is not the same as ambivalence.
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accepted “To go below a minimum numeric requirement”: opposite of “exceed”
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Sep
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comment “To go below a minimum numeric requirement”: opposite of “exceed”
googling for "deceed" is interesting.
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awarded  Student
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comment “To go below a minimum numeric requirement”: opposite of “exceed”
In my head I tried things like deceeded, underseeded, receeded, ... :)
Sep
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comment “To go below a minimum numeric requirement”: opposite of “exceed”
As the tag indicates, I'm hoping for a one-word answer. Perhaps I should have been explicit in the question.
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revised “To go below a minimum numeric requirement”: opposite of “exceed”
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asked “To go below a minimum numeric requirement”: opposite of “exceed”
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answered “Instable” or “unstable”?
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awarded  Teacher
Jul
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comment Is there a word for a personal or informal definition?
You might be talking about humorous quips.
Jul
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answered “Communicate over” vs. “communicate through”
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answered How to pronounce 3:1 ratio?
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comment Accurate British English term for an oblong deck from shore out into a lake where you tie your rowing boat
A pier is usually tied to piles driven into the lake bed. Many small boat landings are often only on floats and anchored at the shore only. I like "dock" or "landing" as more generic terms.