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Jun
11
comment What's a good expression for “too much information”?
@tobias - are you adding answers to the question you had originally asked? I recently found this site so maybe I'm looking at it wrong but it looks like you asked the question above. Then it looks like you gave the last answer above (regarding wiki or something). Not that I take issue with that; I'm a live and let live kind of fellow. Best of Luck! THanks My First Best Answer - that I've seen:-)
Jun
11
revised What's a good expression for “too much information”?
added another option as my original answer seemed to come up a bit short (per comments)
Jun
10
comment I am looking for a word that is the same as “aspiration” but it's done
JIC you are using this in anything that may be graded "I already learned playing the piano" should be "I have already learned to play the piano"
Jun
9
comment “Choose from” vs. “choose of”
I first thought your Title should have stated "choose from" vs. "choice of". Now that I have looked at your question, I don't know if either Title accurately fits the question? 40 views make me feel I am incorrect.
Jun
9
comment Are the expressions: “You needn't” and “You don't need to” different in meaning?
Oh here it is. I hope that makes more sense. I have a penchant for being a smart a**. No offense. I looked at your page & noticed you were from across the pond. I play words w/friends with someone in England and constantly inform him he has an advantage because I am an American and therefore brutalize the English language ;-)
Jun
9
revised Are the expressions: “You needn't” and “You don't need to” different in meaning?
explaining a sentence that confused, lacked clarity
Jun
8
answered What does “above” mean in this context?
Jun
8
answered Is there great difference between “Make a mountain out of a molehill” and “Much ado about nothing”?
Jun
8
answered Are the expressions: “You needn't” and “You don't need to” different in meaning?
Jun
8
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Jun
8
revised What's the meaning of “lose steam”?
I did not see the answer listed above mine, as it may not have been there when I started my thought.
Jun
8
answered What's the meaning of “lose steam”?
Jun
7
revised Verbs that describe craftsmanship activities?
added 2
Jun
7
answered Verbs that describe craftsmanship activities?
Jun
7
answered A single word for a person who suffers great loss
Jun
7
answered What's a good expression for “too much information”?
Jun
7
awarded  Editor
Jun
7
revised Is there a single word for “money-mindedness”?
capitization combined two entries into one per request
Jun
7
answered Achievement Verbs with the Progressive Aspect
Jun
7
answered Word to describe “everyday things”