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Dec
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comment Why there are two different meanings for “triweekly”?
-1 Uh, I thought biannual means twice a year. In fact I never thought it means once every two years.
Dec
16
comment When did “to forgive” lose its primary meaning for pardoning and become solely about an emotional response?
"to trespass is to refuse to go where one should not go"... I think you're missing a negation?
Oct
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Oct
16
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Oct
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accepted How to parse “Do you have the time?” correctly
Oct
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asked How to parse “Do you have the time?” correctly
Oct
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Aug
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comment Is “square” a synonym for “roundabout” (noun)?
@posdef: I had not! Are you suggesting that's generally the case, or are you just pointing it out for that particular one? (e.g. another example)
Aug
16
asked Is “square” a synonym for “roundabout” (noun)?
Jul
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comment Is the phrase “refuse to accept” redundant?
Well you can refuse to refuse something too, but that doesn't mean you accept it. Or deny the denial of something, etc.
Jul
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comment Is “certainly possible” an oxymoron?
You might be interested in possibility theory.
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Mar
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comment Is “reflectionally” a word?
Doesn't answer the question...
Mar
9
comment Is “reflectionally” a word?
@Frank: Good point, it didn't occur to me to search Google Books. I just did a web search and didn't find anything nontechnical (aside from the wiktionary entry) so that's why I asked.
Mar
9
comment Is “reflectionally” a word?
For what it's worth, I just realized that I get a spelling error for "rotationally" as well.