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comment What are the distinctions between “authoritarian”, “totalitarian”, and “dictatorial”?
This is an awesome answer. A dictator that requires liberty. It brings some current-day movements to mind :p
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Nov
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comment What is the origin of the dated British expression “I say!”
Thanks for the explanation. I have no idea of where it comes from but I'm more familiar with the second use :p
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Mar
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comment Word to describe someone who doesn't appreciate what another person has done for them
This sounds very close to the French word "ingrat" which means someone who is ungrateful.
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Dec
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comment Verb for “piece together clues”?
As in supersleuth :p .
Dec
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comment Verb for “piece together clues”?
This might require a neologism.
Dec
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comment Verb for “piece together clues”?
I was just thinking of amalgamate.
Aug
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revised A word or neologism for doing an action together
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Aug
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comment A word or phrase to express “écrivain engagé”, a committed writer?
Here's an update. I've launched a page on the world's most famous social network with the intention of creating a special interest group. Show support if you're registered on there and thanks again F'x :) facebook.com/DevelopersWithACause
Aug
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comment A word meaning the opposite action of recruiting
To slog off would be an alternative in UK slang :p . forum.wordreference.com/showthread.php?t=2247646
Aug
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asked A word or neologism for doing an action together
Aug
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comment Word for “the action of making something optimistic”
Here is one possible context. leagueofpragmaticoptimists.org
Aug
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revised Word for “the action of making something optimistic”
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comment Word for “the action of making something optimistic”
That is a possibility. To go along with what @FumbleFingers is saying the actual effect of the glasses takes place in the self.
Aug
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accepted Word for “the action of making something optimistic”
Aug
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comment Word for “the action of making something optimistic”
@FumbleFingers Your comments answer the question :) . So this is to be considered as a misuse of the language. I will use one of the alternatives given.