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May
22
revised What do you call someone who dresses strangely or extravagantly?
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May
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comment What do you call someone who dresses strangely or extravagantly?
It was an adjective commonly used to describe the fourth doctor.
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awarded  Yearling
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answered What do you call someone who dresses strangely or extravagantly?
Feb
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comment Word for someone who is “quietly reliable”
You can also refer to someone as a "safe pair of hands". This works especially in a business setting for someone who quietly gets on with the day to day running of things. It's 3 words rather than one.
Nov
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comment Is there a word or phrase for someone who strongly disapproves of smoking, drinking and gambling?
I think the word is killjoy. "Don't invite uncle Peter. He's such a killjoy."
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awarded  Autobiographer
Jun
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comment Word for trying to boost your image unnecessarily
You can tell someone to "Stop your highfalutin". It's not grammatically correct, but it is common parlance.
Jun
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Jun
24
revised Which word to use when speaker sound is not working properly
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Jun
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answered Word for trying to boost your image unnecessarily
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awarded  Teacher
Jun
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answered Which word to use when speaker sound is not working properly
Jun
24
answered More concise word of phrase for “to turn into a process”
Jul
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comment What's a word for someone who has completed an exercise?
Those who have completed the exercise.
Jul
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comment What's a word for someone who has completed an exercise?
I should have mentioned, this will form part of an API, I want to be able to say exercise.first.graduates or similar.
Jul
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comment What's a word for someone who has completed an exercise?
I like that a lot. Congratulations to all the Exercise Finishers...
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Jul
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comment What's a word for someone who has completed an exercise?
Nice idea Kris. I don't think it would work in this context though as in a sentence you get "exercise completed" which sounds like a completed exercises.