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Sep
28
comment Analog of “innovative” for a well-executed engineering project
but curiosity was innovative, thats the thing... the sky crane was an untested innovation...
Sep
28
comment What is it called when you stay at hospital?
well it depends on how specific you want to be, you could be in hospital for 5 days on a death vigil, or overnight while your partner is giving birth but not be receiving treatment
Sep
28
answered Why is it “make sure that” (no 'it') but “make it so” (with 'it')?
Sep
28
answered What is it called when you stay at hospital?
Sep
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awarded  Supporter
Sep
9
answered “Clustering in trades” or “Clustering of trades”?
Sep
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comment Words having two prefixes incorporated
The question is, are these words actually words, why put a privative on a privative? in the case of antidisestablishment it is a different privative, meaning against the disestablishment whereas unpremeditated does not require the privative un, simply use the antonym of premeditated. double privative is only needed when there is no adequate antonym
Sep
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comment Words having two prefixes incorporated
English prefixes are derivative and can be used in conjunction. the root of unpremeditated is premeditated not meditated. therefore technically it only has one prefix.
Sep
7
answered “Feeling safe? So do I!” — is this grammatical?
Sep
7
answered Complement of digress?
Sep
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awarded  Teacher
Sep
7
answered “thanks to (command)”