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reviewed Reviewed Are there many words that come with “a” as the prefix to mean “no, non” like “asymptomatic” and “apolitical”?
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reviewed Reviewed Do 'learn by heart' & 'learn by rote' mean the same?
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reviewed Reviewed To hyphen or not: cat person-turned-dog person vs. cat person turned dog person
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reviewed Reviewed Word for: feeling of relief in realizing you don't have a responsibility you thought you had
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comment Word for: feeling of relief in realizing you don't have a responsibility you thought you had
Are you looking for a single word or a phrase? You may want to add a tag to your question.
Jan
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reviewed Leave Closed Antonym for 'bound'
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reviewed Reviewed Is “I am not about this week” correct
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revised Is “I am not about this week” correct
fixed typo, removed apology
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reviewed Reviewed Meaning of the political phrase “he has bottom”
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reviewed Reviewed Sugarcane or Sugar cane?
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reviewed Close Whatis the correct phrase and why?
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reviewed Close Is it correct to say someone is in a certain role?
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reviewed Close Is 'arrogant' a masculine word?
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reviewed Close ‘On’ vs. ‘at’ with immutable date-time string
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30
revised Whats the word for an missed event?
corrected some typos
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reviewed Approve What is the word to describe an explanatory person?
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30
reviewed Approve Safer alternative to “opaque”?
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awarded  Reviewer
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reviewed Close Are the words 'empirical' and 'experimental' interchangeable?