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comment Is there a word for “What might have been”?
Serendipity seems to come close to being the opposite of what you are looking for. However, it does not seem to have any simple antonyms.
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answered Phrase to describe a place where people write in a language
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answered A man with a wife is a husband, a man with a concubine is what?
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comment What tense to use for a dead person's permanent contributions?
If you use "Edison invented the light bulb" your temporal problem is removed.
Jun
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answered Proper use of “repertoire”
Jun
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answered The opposite of a “nip” in the air?
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answered A single word meaning deep love of reading
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comment When “etc.” is at the end of a phrase, do you place a period after it?
english.stackexchange.com/questions/19434/…
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answered “Expect to” vs. “Expect will”
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answered When “etc.” is at the end of a phrase, do you place a period after it?
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answered What is the opposite of “skyrocket”?
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answered How to say that the phone is held between shoulder and ear?
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comment Can I “re-enable” something?
And then I can re-disable it.