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May
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comment Single term for “non-fatal casualty”
Not making it an answer because you said the word in the question, but the word is just "injured"
May
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comment What's the appropriate word for someone that's leaving something?
I was about to say "departed" untill i saw it in the question
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answered Word for the “life/world” outside phone calls, text messages, and the Internet?
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answered A one-word substitute for someone who is a “news freak”
May
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comment Is “troop” unique among English words in meaning both a group and an individual member of that kind of group?
There are lots of words that don't get conjugated to plural, lime "moose", but I feel like you are asking something else
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answered An antonym for “shortcut”
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answered Equivalent of “Excuse me” for “you're not in my way”? Pedestrian bump avoidance
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comment What is a word for annoying behavior which decreases enjoyment for the other players in a game?
I think you have to pick if you want the word to mean someone who is still trying to be competitive, or just messing around within a rule-set.
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comment What is a word for annoying behavior which decreases enjoyment for the other players in a game?
The definition of griefing is something like "to cause harm to other players without benefit to yourself within game rules. Usually done to punish a player for acting against the player, or to entertain a player that knows he can no longer win."
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comment Derogatory term for a rookie soldier
That actually stands for "get out of my emergency room" Comes from this book/movie Gomer is also the first name of Private Pyle the description of whom appears in an answer below. I guess Full Metal Jacket made an homage to House of God, and the term got used in this very odd way
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