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Apr
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comment Alternative to “daydream” without the pleasant connotation
'Woolgather' was my first thought. e.g. "I was on the bus today, idly woolgathering: what if the bus crashed, and I had to decide who to save first?"
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answered Word to describe “something that makes sense in your own head”?
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comment What is a word to describe one's force of personality
I don't think it is worth a formal answer, but just trying to help: consider 'mojo'?
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answered What do you call those fenced grassy areas that people own in the countryside?
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answered Is there a name for the feeling “Damn, I already asked this question three years ago”?
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answered Is there an English idiom for 'your silence implies your consent'?
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comment Short antonym for 'professional'
I accept the verdict of 'too localized' but I invite comments on how I can rescue this question.
Dec
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comment Short antonym for 'professional'
Point-taken, though I'm trying to capture the spirit rather than list the criteria. Thanks for the reply. You've given me some other ideas: 'casual' and 'bluejeans'/'jeans'.
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comment Term for reference to ambient surroundings when creating a work?
That is a brilliant observation, Jim. I find those moments intriguing as well.