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comment What word means “explicitly forbidden by the most fundamental laws”?
That's not what the word means! Insuperable is something that cannot be surmounted, it is not something that is impossible. It could be used to describe the problem that makes something else impossible but it cannot be used to describe something that cannot be achieved.
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comment A term for two different words whose “multiple senses” share similar or identical meanings (e.g. Peers/Peeps)
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answered One word for someone “excessively sentimental” in everything
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revised One word for someone “excessively sentimental” in everything
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revised What's the masculine form of boudoir?
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answered Generic form of “first world problems”
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comment Overuse of “however” in my scientific writing?
@stoneyB fair point, added, thanks.
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revised Overuse of “however” in my scientific writing?
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revised Overuse of “however” in my scientific writing?
typo, I guess
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answered Overuse of “however” in my scientific writing?
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answered Do parentheses need spaces either side?
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answered What do you call an object inserted between two pieces (of bone)
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answered Adjective describing a person who has lots of children, not “fertile”
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revised How does 'on' + 'against, toward' mean 'again'?
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reviewed Close Is this citation proper MLA?
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reviewed Close “Meandered about” or “meandered around”?
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reviewed Close Is statusing a word?
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reviewed Close Which word can describe programmer, coder and developer in computer science?