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reviewed Close a single word for a person who wins prize
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revised Is there a term to describe words whose pronunciation bears no relationship to their spelling?
typo
Feb
26
reviewed Approve Word for something that is too idealistic and dangerous to pursue?
Feb
12
reviewed Close What to say to find something out?
Feb
12
reviewed Leave Open English word for people that favorited you
Feb
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reviewed Reviewed What part of speech is “that” in the following sentence:
Feb
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reviewed Close What would you call a pleading before a judge or God
Feb
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reviewed Close what word means “to be exposed to new things”?
Feb
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reviewed Reviewed What is a “Select Committee” in the context of an 1833 English report?
Feb
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reviewed Approve Is “fair enough” the same as “OK”?
Feb
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reviewed Edit Should I use divide or subdivide in this context?
Feb
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revised Should I use divide or subdivide in this context?
Fix grammar, especially "group's"; formatting; removed unnecessary text
Jan
30
reviewed Reviewed First to Last --OR— Second to Last
Jan
30
reviewed No Action Needed Is the meaning of “to grant the freedom to” closer to “to permit”/“to allow” or closer to “to facilitate”?
Jan
30
reviewed Reviewed “Replace with” versus “replace by”
Jan
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reviewed Reviewed I need one-word expression for “Ignoring someone intentionally”
Jan
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comment I need one-word expression for “Ignoring someone intentionally”
Welcome to English Language & Usage. It would help if you provide some references in your answer.
Jan
30
reviewed No Action Needed Person who pretends to not understand unless one speaks in exactly the words they expect
Jan
30
reviewed Looks OK “Kebabs, fruit machines, and brasses” — what do these slang words mean?