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Dec
23
comment How do the words “stare” and “gaze” change the meaning of the sentence in the given context?
@AndrewLeach: Thank you so much. I am under the impression that the help related to differences in meanings of the words can get from ELU. Am I missing something here?
Dec
23
comment Right word for “convince somebody to do something softly”?
@MετάEd: My apologies causing in convenience. Word-choice is the not off-topic for ELU, right? Am I missing some thing? Can you please help me to understand ELU better?
Dec
22
comment Right word for “convince somebody to do something softly”?
@Peter: sorry for confusion. Here the author is Gopal and not Raghav. Raghave is boy friend of Aarthi and Gopal is best friend of Aarthi.
Dec
22
comment Is the phrase “produces meaning” valid?
@FumbleFingers: My apologies for not being clear. Some internet problems and unnecessary enter key stroke are the culprits here. My intentions A(Y would be the meaning of the word X) and not B
Dec
22
comment Is the phrase “produces meaning” valid?
@FumbleFingers: I am afraid I didn't follow your reasoning. How ever here the focus is the word produces along with meaning. My intention is can I say "The word "X produces meaning Y" when X is used in sentence Z.
Dec
21
comment Difference between “evade X” and “sidestep X”?
Evading is escaping cleverly which is one method of escaping and sidestep is one method of evading. Does my perception correct?
Dec
14
comment Usage difference between modest vs decent?
@J.R.: I am really sorry for confusion. Since the closed reason is saying too basic and you are the first person in the closed list, I have perceived like that. I am really sorry about that.
Dec
14
comment Usage difference between modest vs decent?
@J.R.: I understand that you think this question is too basic. However there is an overlap between decent and modest. I would like to know about that. Can you please consider for reopen it. If not please let me know your valuable suggestions.
Dec
14
comment Usage differences between “glum”, “grumpy”, “sulky”, “glower”, and “morose”
@J.R., Thank you so much for your suggestion. I will put dictionary meanings that I found from next time onwards :)
Dec
13
comment Usage differences between “glum”, “grumpy”, “sulky”, “glower”, and “morose”
@AndrewLeach, Thank you so much for your suggestion. Dictionary saying one and the same for these words. I am putting the suitable meanings for the dictionary here. Please look and advice. Thanks in advance