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native speaker of American English (AmE)


Aug
9
revised What does “Stumble into the buzzsaw” mean? Is it a popular idiom?
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Aug
6
revised “exact soluble model” or “exact solvable model”, “analytic” or “analytical” solutions
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Jul
28
revised “More loudly” vs “louder”. Correct usage
removed tendentious language
Jul
14
revised Antonym of heartbreaker?
fixed grammar
Jul
13
revised Is there a word for a comment which makes no sense or adds nothing to the current discussion?
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Jul
1
revised Word for “little insect”
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Jul
1
revised In which context is “lignicolous” used?
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Jul
1
revised Where does “acutilobate” originate from?
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Jul
1
revised Why “ladybird”?
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Jul
1
revised How do we refer to body odour delicately?
edited tags
Jun
26
revised What is a word for a taking a non-romantic relationship to the “next level”?
2nd para removed because uses pejorative language.
Jun
23
revised What can we call those ladies?
removed irrelevancies
Jun
22
revised What is the language that is used for general social conversations and interactions called?
edited body
Jun
22
revised What is the language that is used for general social conversations and interactions called?
added 22 characters in body
Jun
14
revised Is there a way to praise the action rather than the intelligence or strength?
reworded title
May
30
revised Is there a verb for remaining silent?
minor formatting/additions
May
27
revised Is there a verb for remaining silent?
added examples.
Mar
30
revised Adjectival “Anglican” for “English”, and “Anglicanism” for “Anglomania” in AmE
extra
Mar
29
revised Adjectival “Anglican” for “English”, and “Anglicanism” for “Anglomania” in AmE
extra explanation.
Mar
21
revised Term for when someone gets overly pepped up and thinks he/she can do anything
added example