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Aug
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answered one word for one who is not really a photographer but with more interest in it?
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Jul
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comment What is the word whose definition is 'the background laugh on tv shows'?
You may want to try your question on our Audio-Video Production site. They're the experts on the subject and this isn't really an English usage problem, per se.
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May
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accepted How should I punctuate around quotes?
Jan
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comment Word for something sad and funny at the same time
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Jan
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comment Word for someone that always has to be right
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Jan
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comment Looking for a single word for 'almost real in appearance'
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Jan
3
comment Another word or term to describe 'Not correctly and properly maintain for quite a long time'
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Dec
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comment Single word for “crucial, but often overlooked”
Why don't we just get away from these "single word requests?" At least the problem becomes somewhat interesting if you put a bit effort and research into the question. These one-sentence "I need a word meaning..." crossword solvers are rarely a good use of this site. meta.english.stackexchange.com/questions/2160/…
Dec
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comment What is a synonym for a casual hiatus?
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Dec
19
comment Is there a word that means “make someone (or something) redundant”?
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Dec
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comment What is a verb for “the usage of an angry tone of voice”?
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Dec
19
comment Is there a single word for “copied & pasted”?
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Dec
19
comment Is there a single word meaning 'to grow and flourish'?
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Dec
16
comment Word for hope-instilling?
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