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Coder. Toolmaker. Cubmaster. Walrus.


Jun
17
awarded  Caucus
Jun
17
awarded  Constituent
Oct
24
awarded  Enthusiast
Sep
14
comment “To go below a minimum numeric requirement”: opposite of “exceed”
googling for "deceed" is interesting.
Sep
14
awarded  Student
Sep
14
comment “To go below a minimum numeric requirement”: opposite of “exceed”
In my head I tried things like deceeded, underseeded, receeded, ... :)
Sep
14
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.
Sep
14
awarded  Editor
Sep
14
revised “To go below a minimum numeric requirement”: opposite of “exceed”
edited title
Sep
14
asked “To go below a minimum numeric requirement”: opposite of “exceed”
Jul
30
answered “Instable” or “unstable”?
Jul
27
awarded  Teacher
Jul
27
comment Is there a word for a personal or informal definition?
You might be talking about humorous quips.
Jul
27
answered “Communicate over” vs. “communicate through”
Jul
27
answered How to pronounce 3:1 ratio?
Jul
27
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.
Jul
27
awarded  Supporter