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Apr
28
revised If “nice” is an adjective, what kind of word is “niceness”?
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Apr
25
asked Is there a greeting used on war memorial/returned services days such as ANZAC Day or Veteran's Day?
Apr
19
comment Difference between 'melancholic' and adjective 'melancholy'?
related: english.stackexchange.com/questions/248807/…
Apr
17
comment A word for a value between 0 and 1 (inclusive)
A think proportion is the correct term here.
Apr
17
comment Euphemism for diarrhea
That's hardly withholding information. 'Upset stomach' is far less specific.
Apr
13
awarded  Strunk & White
Apr
12
comment What do you call someone who reacts impulsively in distressing situations?
You need better context to help answer this question. Could you provide an example sentence where it might be used? Acting impulsively seems quite normal in a distressing situation.
Apr
11
comment Word for people who eat out in restaurants/eateries
'eater-out' sounds someone who performs a certain sex act.
Apr
8
awarded  phrase-requests
Apr
8
comment I speak common English. I want to know how to spell a sound I hear people make
The OP specifically mentioned poking your tongue out, which makes me think this is a raspberry, and not a 'pfft'.
Apr
8
revised Relationship Questions
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Apr
8
answered Word or phrase for remoteness, great distance from human habitat
Apr
5
answered How to describe someone who often has his own idea and judgment
Apr
3
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
1
answered If I were to personify death is there a better statement than “delay death”
Apr
1
revised If I were to personify death is there a better statement than “delay death”
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Apr
1
comment It's not 'suicide'. What is it?
@ab2 - I posted an answer about assisted suicide. Between that an 'senicide' I think the question is well answered. '
Apr
1
comment It's not 'suicide'. What is it?
Why is Alan Turing relevant here? The question is about elderly people ending their life, - not people who have been subject to injustices.
Apr
1
comment It's not 'suicide'. What is it?
@ab2 i think the question is fine. As it is, the best might be 'suicide is the best term', and that can be posted as an answer.
Apr
1
comment Mexican Proverb equivalent
@Solocutor I was about to post that as an answer. You should. It's not quite an exact analogue, but it's good enough to warrant an answer.