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Aug
11
comment What is a word for a person who uses resources to the maximum?
this is not an answer to the question
Jul
31
comment Term for a person with absolutely zero knowledge of a topic
noob...........
Apr
13
comment Give some examples using “food, cuisine, dish, menu and ingredient”
uhm, what are you trying to do ?
Apr
13
comment Antonym for “endorsement”?
@Baz, i was looking for a noun
Apr
13
comment Antonym for “endorsement”?
i'm inclined with condemnation as the first choice...
Jul
29
comment Antonym of “apathy”
because that's what they mean
May
9
comment Weir vs. Low water dam
oh yeah ?? why is that ?
May
8
comment Is there a word or phrase for conceding a debate just to end it?
yes, "Ain't nobody got time for this"
Jan
7
comment Use of unencumbered in describing personality
thanks. i think it's just that it hasn't been used much in contemporary lingo...
Dec
12
comment “I dig my auntie” — what does this mean
... and hip is slang for cool. Which is also kind of slang.
Nov
15
comment Proper verb to denote 'consistent-ize'
close but not quite
Dec
23
comment Longer than a word — smaller than a sentence
i prefer CLAUSE
Dec
5
comment What should you call a preface for a small document?
YESSSSS !! @JohnLawler -- please enter foreword as an answer and i will accept it -- PERFECT
Dec
5
comment What should you call a preface for a small document?
but i am not really introducing anything, more like providing instructions how to read the text to follow
Dec
4
comment Does 'turn off (a person)' always have a sexual connotation?
how about repel ? would it be okay to say I hope saying xyz will not repel the interviewer against me?
Dec
4
comment login and payoff are nouns. But can they be used as verbs?
why anyone would downvote this is beyond me...
Dec
3
comment When do you use 'monies' in plural?
if closed as a dupe, shouldn't the closer submit the original thread URL?
Nov
11
comment Adverb of “gullible”
firefox spellchecker
Sep
28
comment Are there shibboleths specific to native Russian speakers?
i am from Bosnia -- our language is related to Russian. same thing happens because we do not use noun articles (a/the), therefore it is rather difficult for us to relate to them in English and use them properly