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I write and teach and run long distances and play a mediocre concertina.


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accepted What does “misabilerist” mean?
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comment Is there a word or expression for the “no it isn't.” “yes, it is.” to and fro, mutually?
great taste. less filling. GREAT TASTE! LESS FILLING!
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comment What does “misabilerist” mean?
I suppose that makes the most sense. Wolcott uses such wandering prose, though, that I assumed I was missing something.
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asked What does “misabilerist” mean?
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comment Better word for the “source” of a remix?
I might call B the SUBJECT of C.
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answered Better word for the “source” of a remix?
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comment When you say a man is a coward, does it imply femininity by default? Is ''girlish coward'' a common expression?
But is bravery not associated with womanhood? And is cowardice more associated with one than the other?
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comment When you say a man is a coward, does it imply femininity by default? Is ''girlish coward'' a common expression?
In some cultures, sure. In some cultures, that expression is completely foreign. You'd have to explain it, and by doing so enforce your cultural perspective on someone else, to make them understand it. That's why in my opinion it's best to, at least, qualify which culture we're discussing, and, at most, not connect the two.
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answered When you say a man is a coward, does it imply femininity by default? Is ''girlish coward'' a common expression?
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comment When you say a man is a coward, does it imply femininity by default? Is ''girlish coward'' a common expression?
Shakespeare would beg to differ: "We'll have a swashing and martial outside/As many mannish cowards have/That do outface it with their semblances".