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revised 'Male'/'female' is to 'gender' as 'left-handed'/'right-handed 'is to…?
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answered Is there a phrase or slang word for a man who is always chatting women up?
Oct
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comment Unnecessary commas?
I think your answer would be better providing examples based on the initial examples.
Oct
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asked Unnecessary commas?
Oct
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comment Do all four-letter-words have four letters?
Your answer loses the plot when you get into the literally/figuratively distinction. The short answer is 'yes, all four letter words contain four letters'. 'Bitch' and 'Asshole' are not four letter words.
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answered What is the most succinct term for “refusing to take the bad with the good”?
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comment What is the most succinct term for “refusing to take the bad with the good”?
I'm not sure what the reference to Falstaff or 'The Pregnant Spoon' are. They detract from the question.
Oct
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comment Adjective meaning stubborn or willfully ignorant, to one's detriment
There's lots of spelling mistakes in this answer, do you mind fixing them?
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comment Adjective meaning stubborn or willfully ignorant, to one's detriment
+1 for bullheaded.
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accepted Adjective meaning stubborn or willfully ignorant, to one's detriment
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comment Adjective meaning stubborn or willfully ignorant, to one's detriment
That's a good one, thank you. Question is, would it be published in a newspaper?
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comment Adjective meaning stubborn or willfully ignorant, to one's detriment
@Jim - The guy was arguing that the cost of protein powder, fresh fruit etc, is too much. Regarding benefits outweighing the costs, that's the next sentence. I'm looking for an adjective here.