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Mar
14
comment What is an adjective for words that rhyme or sound similar?
@MatthewRead hahaha, I just forgot to re-read the whole sentence and pay attention. Hold your pants! - There... I agree, I have no idea what I was thinking back then. Thanks for the heads up. Twice. :)
Mar
14
revised What is an adjective for words that rhyme or sound similar?
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Mar
14
revised What is an adjective for words that rhyme or sound similar?
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Mar
14
comment What is an adjective for words that rhyme or sound similar?
@MatthewRead I see where you coming from. Please see if my next edit clears out the confusion! ;)
May
9
comment How small does a land-mass have to be before you live “on” it, rather than “in” it?
When I read the question on the hot list, thought it was about physics!
May
5
comment Origin of “If I've told you once I've told you a thousand times”
@kojiro as I said in the question, I don't think this is a duplicate at all - it's almost unrelated. You're asking about an origin of something that is almost sure to have no origin because it is way too standard. Anyone can come up with that, easily. To prove my point, I hope turning the answer into a CW and asking for contributions can make it big enough over time. ;)
May
5
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May
2
comment Do I travel “up” or “down” to London from north of the city?
@Peter you must be right. Still, I think the question is broader than english. But that's not to say it is not welcomed here! ;)
May
2
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May
2
comment Is it incorrect to use “hard” when I mean “difficult”?
It could be your grampa is kinda of crazy like mine, who keeps asking me to fix his alarm clock every time I visit him.
May
2
comment Origin of “If I've told you once I've told you a thousand times”
@Callithumpian given that and your mistaken edit that I didn't get the time to even read, I'd say you must be drunk! :D
May
2
comment Origin of “If I've told you once I've told you a thousand times”
@Callithumpian lol thanks, but I'm just wondering why dude, not "what does dupe mean"! :P
May
2
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May
2
comment Do I travel “up” or “down” to London from north of the city?
To me, this question belongs elsewhere (maybe skeptics.se ?) because it's not exactly about english - this must apply to any language! :)
May
2
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May
2
comment Origin of “If I've told you once I've told you a thousand times”
Why you say this is a dupe?
May
2
answered Origin of “If I've told you once I've told you a thousand times”
May
2
comment How do I know when a verb should be followed by a gerund or an infinitive?
great article! I don't think there is anything in common between the verbs, tho.
Mar
27
comment What is an adjective for words that rhyme or sound similar?
@psmears true. But it's often confused by and called tempo and used for the same meaning / purpose a lot.
Mar
26
answered What is an adjective for words that rhyme or sound similar?