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Jul
25
reviewed Close Are there instances when a new term has been purposely introduced into the language and actually put to use?
Jul
25
reviewed Close What is word for a person who is very calm but also merciless?
Jul
25
reviewed Close “Someone of Company” or “Someone from Company”
Jul
25
reviewed Close Negative-connotation word for someone who is straight-edge?
Jul
25
reviewed Reject What does “on a hiding to nothing” mean?
Jul
25
reviewed Reject and Edit How and when did American spelling supersede British spelling in the US?
Jul
25
revised How and when did American spelling supersede British spelling in the US?
Changed run-on sentence with commas into four separate sentences
Jul
24
comment Term describes the feeling of weariness or boredom
Ennui and lethargy would have been my choices too!
Jul
24
comment complimenting “a” by demeaning “b”
@HotLicks Good point! I didn't even think of it like that, but you're right.
Jul
24
comment complimenting “a” by demeaning “b”
It would be more common to say that one person stands head and shoulders above a group, as in your example, rather than one person being head and shoulders above another.
Jul
18
reviewed Close Is there a word that describes the phrase “hope for the best,expect the worst”?
Jul
18
reviewed Close Name for someone whose interest might be to discredit one's results by trying to find hypothetical mistakes?
Jul
18
reviewed Close “an alarm” vs “the alarm”
Jul
18
reviewed Close Is it correct to say “to sacrifice A for B” or “to sacrifice A over B”?
Jul
17
revised complimenting “a” by demeaning “b”
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Jul
17
revised complimenting “a” by demeaning “b”
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Jul
17
answered complimenting “a” by demeaning “b”
Jul
11
answered A word or succinct description for a compromised media/news outlet
Jul
11
reviewed Close Words for different levels of crying
Jul
11
comment Words for different levels of crying
@TimRomano lol "Anogenital gland secretions"... yuck! Tear drops are nicer :o)