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Jun
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answered Is there any specific word for showing dislike facial expression?
Feb
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Jan
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answered Can I say that someone creates a tendency?
Oct
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answered Perseverance of the whole in spite of the loss of individual elements
Oct
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comment Perseverance of the whole in spite of the loss of individual elements
@SycamoreRockwell, are you looking for a noun describing a quality of the player, or a noun describing the strategy itself?
Sep
24
comment A word meaning more than “like”, but less than “love”
"Adore" is perfect for that awkward "Well, I like him a lot, but I'm not ready to say I love him" phase.
Aug
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answered Is there a word for “a variety of breakfast foods”
Aug
20
comment Word for someone you have passed by?
I actually really like passer-by for this usage.
Aug
20
answered Is the word “colic” a right word in this context?
Aug
20
answered Is there a word for making something or someone confess?
Aug
8
answered How to qualify a critic's comments which lead to improvements?
Aug
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answered big to small, and small to big approach names
Aug
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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."
Aug
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comment Word for “percentage of elements changed”
I like "percent altered."
Jul
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answered Is there a verb meaning “to make similar”?
Jul
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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?