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Here I am! The younger I get, the less I know.


Jul
20
reviewed Close ostentatious vs pretentious
Jul
20
reviewed Close One single word for honour killing
Jul
18
reviewed Close awareness of or awareness for something?
Jul
18
reviewed Close Is “Dave's 40” correct?
Jul
18
reviewed Close Expression and phrase
Jul
18
reviewed Leave Open Use of reflexive pronoun (you or yourself)?
Jul
18
reviewed Close Is “two-thirds” or “two thirds” correct?
Jul
18
reviewed No Action Needed How to understand these verses from the poem “The road not taken” by Robert Frost
Jul
18
reviewed Looks OK Is there a word for satisfaction in others receiving justice?
Jul
18
reviewed Leave Closed Collective noun for lightning(s) / thunderbolts
Jul
18
reviewed Leave Closed “Recover against” vs. “recover from”
Jul
11
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What one word means “unable to decide which one is correct”?
Jul
8
comment What is a common word that describes men who don't attract women
@dwjohnston Regardless of the validity of being "friend-zoned" (personally, I think the concept is bologna and misogynistic), the term is part of the vernacular and has an established meaning that could fit in the context of OP's question. Thanks for the feedback, though.
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
26
reviewed Reviewed Is “try taking these ones” correct? (doctor speaking to a patient)
Jun
26
comment Is “try taking these ones” correct? (doctor speaking to a patient)
Pleonasms are a matter of style and are often found in everyday speech. They aren't necessarily "wrong". Also, the question asked about speaking and sound, not writing. Still, I see no problem with this construction in the written word, though clearly some find it grating.
Jun
26
reviewed Close “Perry and he” vs “He and Perry”
Jun
26
reviewed Close What is the word for poignant, but with a positive connotation?
Jun
26
reviewed Close What is the difference between doctrine and dogma?
Jun
26
reviewed Close Shifting the discussion to personae