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comment Spelling of somber or sombre
Caliber and calibre too!
Jun
28
reviewed Reopen An epic word for a small wooded area
Jun
28
reviewed Leave Closed What does “… which is somewhat long in tooth” mean, and what is the source of the phrase?
Jun
28
comment Can someone help me to understand this difficult sentence structure?
Is "substain" even a word? Urban Dictionary gives it a rather meaningless definition, see substantial substainment and Yahoo! Answers says there is no such word. In this case, I think Yahoo! Answers is correct, and that the sentence might have a typo, and be "sustaining".
Jun
28
comment Difficult sentence strucure
possible duplicate of Can someone help me to understand this difficult sentence structure?
Jun
25
reviewed Close “We are requesting that all deaths be recorded.” vs 'We are requesting that all deaths will be recorded."
Jun
25
reviewed Leave Closed Term for a person/group of persons wanting to celebrate all
Jun
25
reviewed Reopen Word for someone who is smart and illiterate
Jun
25
reviewed Approve What is the verb or expression for describing some kids in this situation?
Jun
25
reviewed Edit What is the meaning of “as we moonshine and molly” in Rihanna's Diamonds?
Jun
25
revised What is the meaning of “as we moonshine and molly” in Rihanna's Diamonds?
Adding the actual meaning of 'molly'. Removed a little extraneous commentary
Jun
20
reviewed Close What “harbor deception” mean?
Jun
20
reviewed Close What's the difference between 'every time' and 'everytime'?
Jun
20
reviewed Close pharmaceutical Affair act. Why someone put Affair in the middle of two words?
Jun
20
reviewed Close A word for days you don't work
Jun
20
reviewed Close What is the correct usage of more than one Criterion
Jun
20
reviewed Close Why is it that 'God serves' and 'Gods serve'?
Jun
20
reviewed Close The article before “adjective + person's name”
Jun
20
reviewed Close Positive or negative statement?
Jun
20
reviewed Close Can you use the same word twice?