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comment Word for someone you have passed by?
I actually really like passer-by for this usage.
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answered Is the word “colic” a right word in this context?
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answered Is there a word for making something or someone confess?
Aug
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answered How to qualify a critic's comments which lead to improvements?
Aug
8
answered big to small, and small to big approach names
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comment Inheritting the characteristics of a role in a play/movie
Perhaps one of these? en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_acting_techniques
Aug
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comment What's a word that describes this facial expression?
Yeah, there's probably no perfect single word, at least in English. In long-form, I'd describe it as, "trying to hide shocked disbelief."
Aug
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answered What's a word that describes this facial expression?
Aug
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comment Word for “percentage of elements changed”
Delta would be a better match for "sum of additions + deletions + changes."
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comment Word for “percentage of elements changed”
I like "percent altered."
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answered Is there a verb meaning “to make similar”?
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answered What's the word for a sportsperson who always makes his team win?
May
29
answered Which preposition follows curiosity?
May
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answered I'm looking for this word that means showing understanding or assent but may be faux assent
May
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comment What is another word for amount that doesn't mean a portion or dose?
"Fix" is the best fit for this context.
Apr
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answered What is the difference between “being in” and “being down”
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awarded  Yearling
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answered Is it correct to say “I studied the book with Mr.XXX as my mentor/tutor/teacher”?
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comment Are there counterpart English expressions to Japanese proverb, "the nail that pops up is always hammered down?
I've heard this in the US as "The tallest blade of grass is the first to be cut by the lawnmower." See also: despair.com/underachievement.html
May
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answered Is “a future musician” grammatical?