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comment Searching for a word to describe the entirety of something
Please edit you answer to expand on why your suggestions are applicable.
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comment a word which means extremely ignorant
The norm should not be about citing a dictionary, it should be about clarifying your answer with an explanation. Referring to and quoting from a dictionary are ways to do that, but not the only way.
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revised Idiomatic equivalent to Arabic “don't enlarge your stomach”
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comment Is there an expression or idiom for something convenient that happens right when you need it to?
And what does it mean?
Jun
26
comment Words to describe a strategic choice that is also a lie?
Please explain why each of these is a good suggestion.
Jun
26
comment Word for using software without knowing how it works
Please don't post answers in the comments.
Jun
26
reviewed Edit Difference in meanings
Jun
26
revised Difference in meanings
Added link to referenced question
Jun
26
comment What would you call a person who is self-righteous, brags about her/his moral values and is imposing when it comes to her/his ideas?
With phrase-requests it's best to explain why a phrase is a good choice. Sometimes that is done with a quote and reference, but a reference alone doesn't explain anything.
Jun
26
comment How is the predicate of the verb 'to diagnose' formed?
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Jun
26
revised Deracinate is a horrible sounding word. Is there a better word or phrase for what it describes?
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Jun
26
comment Framing a question whose answer is an ordinal number
This will not elicit the required response.
Jun
25
comment Defining intransitive verbs
Do you mean to ask if that's all they do, or if that's something they can do?
Jun
25
reviewed Edit Defining intransitive verbs
Jun
25
revised Defining intransitive verbs
formating text
Jun
25
comment Alternative for “manning” a station
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Jun
25
comment Word for winning because the competitors were miraculously all worse
Why could it have possible implications? What are the implications it could have?
Jun
25
revised Cute as a button
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Jun
25
comment Cute as a button
The question does not ask about "cute as a bug in a rug" nor does it ask for the definition of a button. You allude to an answer, but don't quite make one.
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24
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