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Mar
31
accepted What's a word that suggests having very long ears?
Mar
31
asked What's a word that suggests having very long ears?
Mar
29
comment What is a single word describing a person who opposes another, yet is of equal status to them?
that sounds rather poetic .)
Mar
29
accepted Origin of “of course”?
Mar
29
asked Origin of “of course”?
Mar
24
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
9
accepted Origins of negative prefixes like in-, un-, il-, ir-, dis-, a-
Mar
9
asked Origins of negative prefixes like in-, un-, il-, ir-, dis-, a-
Mar
8
accepted Is there a system for creating words for ordinal numbers?
Mar
8
revised Is there a system for creating words for ordinal numbers?
edited title
Mar
8
comment Is there a system for creating words for ordinal numbers?
Thanks for the "ordinal numbers". Updated the question ,)
Mar
8
asked Is there a system for creating words for ordinal numbers?
Mar
4
revised Is it common for English people to say “crap” instead of “crab”?
removed salutation and gratitude
Mar
4
suggested approved edit on Is it common for English people to say “crap” instead of “crab”?
Feb
14
accepted Creating words with “-able” suffix
Feb
14
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Jan
28
comment Creating words with “-able” suffix
So the dash is mandatory?
Jan
28
comment Creating words with “-able” suffix
I am a developer so I wanted to use this word in a camel cased constant. Something like TileableObjectType in constants is more often used than ObjectThatCanBeTiled.
Jan
28
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Jan
28
awarded  Student