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Jul
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comment Words to describe a person who frequently asks questions even though they know the answer
In the context of the example given, answering with your friend's name seems like a competent comeback.
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Jul
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comment Adjective for a decision that had no real alternative
@Beta: When I hear it, it's usually perfectly clear from the context which definition is meant.
Jun
29
comment What would you call a person who is self-righteous, brags about her/his moral values and is imposing when it comes to her/his ideas?
Sounds like you're describing my father-in-law, tbh.
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Oct
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accepted In film, what specific term describes the distinction between “live action”, “CG” and “traditional animation”?
Oct
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comment In film, what specific term describes the distinction between “live action”, “CG” and “traditional animation”?
@HotLicks: Agreed. I'd settle for the most appropriate term, then.
Oct
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Oct
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comment In film, what specific term describes the distinction between “live action”, “CG” and “traditional animation”?
@SrJoven: I like your suggestion. Could you post an answer motivating it?
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asked In film, what specific term describes the distinction between “live action”, “CG” and “traditional animation”?
Sep
17
comment Why is “cupboard” pronounced with a silent “p”?
I cannot imagine "outdoors" pronounced with a glottal stop between "out" and "doors" in any situation... not even with a thick British accent.
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comment What do we call people who go to the gym?
I have heard "fitness freak" used a lot.
Jul
30
comment What is the opposite of the Devil's Advocate?
I agree. Being the Devil's Advocate is about taking a position you do not necessarily agree with, regardless of whether this position is for or against some particular case.
Jul
30
answered I need a single word meaning “to keep silence”