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Aug
15
comment Is “scurryfunge” a new word?
That second link does have a beautiful collection of old words - well worth a read. Some I recognised from Old Norse words we learnt at school - lovely to see them again
Aug
15
answered Is “scurryfunge” a new word?
Jul
29
reviewed Reject What is the difference between “deployment” and “release”?
Jul
29
reviewed Approve Imagining for future
May
19
reviewed Close Facing problem with a SAT Fill in the blanks type question
May
19
reviewed Close Should a phrase which is the subject of a sentence or paragraph be quoted?
May
19
reviewed Close Either X(s) or Y(s) is/are
May
19
reviewed Close “One of my most dearest, and closest friends”?
May
19
reviewed Close “will” vs. “would” in conditional clauses
May
19
reviewed Close My Apologies usage
May
19
reviewed Close Etymology of the term “salty” when used as slang
May
19
reviewed Close What's the difference between “bliss” and “happiness”?
May
19
reviewed Close “Dance it out” or “dance it off”?
May
19
reviewed Reviewed Are commas needed around “for example”?
May
19
answered Are commas needed around “for example”?
May
19
reviewed Leave Closed Is “Zionist” an offensive term?
May
19
reviewed Approve Adjective for someone that tries to gloss over past insults?
Apr
20
comment Is there a word that describes the phobia that your child is going to just die in their sleep?
I think I'd second a migration to ELU - while it is brought up here, it is purely a language question. Any other opinions?
Apr
15
comment Are doggie bags still asked for?
As I posted, I have seen it commonly from English, Scots, Irish and US tourists. I do it myself occasionally. I have never had a restaurant say no, or fail to find a suitable box/bag/receptacle
Apr
15
answered Are doggie bags still asked for?