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comment Replicit? Or a word that sounds like it?
Aha! "Replete" is exactly the word I'm looking for!
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accepted Replicit? Or a word that sounds like it?
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asked Replicit? Or a word that sounds like it?
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comment Syntactically correct, semantically incorrect sentence
I think the question was supposed to emphasize semantic ambiguity, maybe not semantic error. The Noam Chomsky quote below has no semantics/meaning, instead of incorrect. I made sure to mention that it was a programming exercise. It is trying to parallel the fact that in programming you can have a grammar-correct statement which does not do what you want it to do; i.e., it is semantically ambiguous/erroneous. This is why I selected this answer.
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revised Syntactically correct, semantically incorrect sentence
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comment Syntactically correct, semantically incorrect sentence
Alright, I posted the original question, but I've edited it. Thanks.
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accepted Syntactically correct, semantically incorrect sentence
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comment Syntactically correct, semantically incorrect sentence
Yeah sorry it's one of the first ones. :)
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asked Syntactically correct, semantically incorrect sentence
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answered Should I pause before or after the “that” of an object clause?
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accepted A saying for something that's good but also has a downside
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asked A saying for something that's good but also has a downside
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comment Is there a word for a person who is able to focus on multiple tasks at same time?
I believe "polymath" simply refers to a Renaissance man, or someone who knows a lot about a variety of subjects, not necessarily a "multi-tasker.":)