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comment You quench your thirst. What do you do with your hunger?
How about quell? I posted it below.
Mar
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answered You quench your thirst. What do you do with your hunger?
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comment Looking for words or phrases to fit the idea of this form of hierarchy
Interesting. Hyponym sounds like a subset. I like the distinction you've highlighted about aspects.
Mar
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revised What is the opposite of procrastination in one word?
spelling mistake and reformulation
Mar
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comment What is the opposite of procrastination in one word?
Precrastination seems to be a neologism. From a quick search it appears that it's sometimes used to mean the act of anticipating something.
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suggested approved edit on What is the opposite of procrastination in one word?
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comment Are Anglo-Saxon words better at expressing emotion?
I'm not sure about this. I speak fluent English and French. My view is that they express things in a different way. One is better for blurting things out while the other can be more elaborate.
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revised Looking for words or phrases to fit the idea of this form of hierarchy
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comment Shorter, sarcastic way to express “The cook must have made a mistake”
Do you need to reformulate the phrase or just express sarcasm? If you want something that's humoristic you could have the character say something like, "Exquisitely undelicious".
Mar
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comment Looking for words or phrases to fit the idea of this form of hierarchy
@jwpat7 I've added another example. To take the first one, languages/english/spelling is more specific than languages/english.
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comment Looking for words or phrases to fit the idea of this form of hierarchy
@jwpat7 Thank you for your comment. The question has been edited.
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asked Looking for words or phrases to fit the idea of this form of hierarchy
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Dec
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comment The meaning of “to cut the biscuit”
@Matt Эллен I've added an example of a phrase where it's being used.
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revised The meaning of “to cut the biscuit”
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asked The meaning of “to cut the biscuit”
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comment An expression that adds little information
Are you certain of that FumbleFingers? If so, should the expression be used post mortem?