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Feb
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revised Adjectives to describe a big human achievement vs. a quick achievement
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Feb
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answered A word to describe a crafty person who always manages to get his own way or turn things to his own advantage
Feb
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May
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comment An idiom for a stupid action which is beneficial in the end, or for the person who performed said action
Even more specifically: luck of the Irish, which is actually an ironic term that describes success despite one's efforts rather than because of them.
May
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comment What word or phrase means “a loss of what was on your mind”?
@daviewales or as an intransitive verb: blank to become confused or abstracted —often used with "out" (from m-w.com) e.g. I blanked when she asked me what my job was.
May
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revised What is the name for the wall around the land
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May
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May
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comment Single word for 'to become known or famous'
Why not just celebrated?
Apr
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revised Descriptive word to describe nonprofit organization
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Apr
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Apr
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Apr
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answered Descriptive word to describe nonprofit organization
Apr
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revised What is a term for a form that has been filled out?
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Apr
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Apr
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revised Is there one word for both horizontal or vertical, but not diagonal, adjacency?
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Apr
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comment Is there one word for both horizontal or vertical, but not diagonal, adjacency?
@KCH contiguous does not seem to match: contiguous being in actual contact : touching along a boundary or at a point (from m-w.com)
Apr
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comment Is there one word for both horizontal or vertical, but not diagonal, adjacency?
@jboneca Point taken; I've edited as appropriate.