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Apr
4
comment What do you call a minor flaw in a work that makes you realize how perfect/flawless it is otherwise?
This generally has the opposite connotation -- that you were blind to the flaws, but something made you acutely aware of them.
Mar
23
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Mar
23
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
21
awarded  Cleanup
Mar
21
revised Alternatives to “knowledge” and “gnosis” for words meaning “science” but with Germanic or Greek roots?
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Mar
21
revised Why in British English is it “map room” (singular “map”) but “games room” (plural “games”)?
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Mar
19
comment Word for a person who learned something in the past, but is now back down to beginner level?
All skills that can be improved are by definition precursors of the improved skills. This says absolutely nothing about the regression.
Mar
19
comment Why do I pronounce “horrible” so harrhibly?
Canadian (near Toronto) here -- my "sorry" rhymes with "starry", but lots of others say "sore-y".
Mar
5
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Mar
1
comment A term for an outstanding lawyer
"Ace" is the word that came to mind for me, but not specific to lawyers. Although acquiring an amount of alliteration articulated as "ace attorney".
Feb
25
awarded  Explainer
Feb
25
comment Is there a word for 'a person who is always hungry'?
Neither of these seem to indicate that the person so described would remain hungry after eating, though.
Feb
25
comment Is there a word for 'a person who is always hungry'?
Voraciousness doesn't imply that one would continue to be hungry after eating a lot, though, so I don't think this quite applies.
Feb
25
answered “Reference” used as “documentation”, “manual”
Feb
25
reviewed Reviewed Alternative term to 'Uncle Tom' for a black or colored person who is subservient to whites?
Feb
25
answered A word to describe a person who prefers to be sad
Feb
25
revised A word to describe a person who prefers to be sad
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Feb
25
reviewed Reviewed “It is just enough” or “It just is enough”?
Feb
25
comment “It is just enough” or “It just is enough”?
This depends on your intended meaning. Please add more detail.
Feb
24
reviewed Reviewed What is the origin of the phrase “pinky promise”?