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comment What word would you use to describe a situation where words are not necessary?
Why would you use this? It doesn't seem particularly appropriate for the context. Please edit your answer to include an explanation.
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revised What word would you use to describe a situation where words are not necessary?
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comment Can you please explain what “Not to say” means here:
It might be easier, but it might not. Proper explanations as to how it works are more helpful than rewriting without a sound reason.
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comment Is the word “acronym”, in fact, clearly defined?
This only address a small part of the question, and the least important part.
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revised Idiom meaning diverting somebody's attention from a topic which you don't want to talk on
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comment Difference between “irascible”, “fractious”, “irritable” and “atrabilious”?
Noöne has fractious or irascible bowel syndrome.
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revised “there's a powder at aspen” expression means what?
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Aug
26
comment 'There's nothing to match tea as a refreshing drink.'
Welcome to EL&U. This seems like a question best answered by people who know about learning English, so I will migrate it to our site for English Language Learners.
Aug
19
comment Is it okay to say “easier” after a verb?
Please expand your question to include why you think the grammar checker should correct them.
Aug
18
revised Describing someone who has a great potential but is not aware of it
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Aug
14
reviewed Approve Can we put “How many” in the middle of sentence?
Aug
12
comment Single word for collective knowledge of plants and cultivation?
Please make your answer clear, by explaining why gardener is a good answer and removing anything that doesn't relate to the question at hand.
Aug
12
comment It was Lily this and Lily that
Why would we paraphrase it? What don't you understand?
Aug
12
reviewed Approve It was Lily this and Lily that
Aug
11
comment Idiom for something that is the best “available” solution
In other words, please edit your answer to give a good explanation as to why it answers the question.
Aug
10
reviewed Approve Understanding a certain sentence
Aug
10
comment I just read about a house that had a “busybody” What is a busybody?
What is the GT for? Please quote things that you are quoting (by prefacing them with >) and properly reference where you got them from.
Aug
10
comment Word for someone who can't keep up with the times?
This describes a rule that is unchangeable, not a person. If you were to call a person "set in stone" I would first think of Han Solo, then second thing of someone who is well built.
Aug
5
revised Section title for explaining where a subject fits into a field of study
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Aug
5
comment Common phrase for something that changes while you are working on it
Please edit your answer to explain why this phrase is a good answer.