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revised Is the word “palaver” in common use anywhere in the world?
deemphasized Dutch sidebars
1d
revised What would you call a word that doesn't exist in or translate well into another language?
meaningless change
2d
revised Richard Feynman is certainly not mischievous!
spelling
May
21
revised Can someone please explain the syntactic rules at work here?
fixed markup, hopefully preserving intent of OP
May
20
revised How does an animal sit on their haunches?
added picture
May
20
revised Is there a synonym for “schadenfreude” that sounds more colloquial?
some rewording
May
15
revised Negative form of “Here comes the guy”
there -> here
May
15
revised Why do we say kith & kin and not kin & kith?
removed irrelevancies
May
14
revised Is there a synonym for “schadenfreude” that sounds more colloquial?
typo
May
14
revised Word for a person at a company who is in charge of my data
cleaned up
May
11
revised Site hopping, non-related subjects, wasting time on the internet
rolled back to a previous revision
Apr
28
revised How did “lobster” mean two different species?
minimal punctuation fixes. Gah! That hurt my eyes!
Apr
17
revised Informal way of saying “on the contrary”?
changed punctuation
Mar
3
revised Where can I find a modern English version of King James’s “Counterblaste to Tobacco”?
extra clarifying punctuation
Mar
2
revised Linguistic term for all existing words
removed irrelevancies
Feb
27
revised “You just won the lottery? Chapeau!”
small clarification
Feb
20
revised Necromancy and nigromancy
removed bolding
Feb
13
revised 'Orthogonality' in words
reorganized to be more answerable to commenters
Dec
29
revised What do you call a house with a yard?
fixed 'courtyard' error
Dec
10
revised Word that means having eaten one's fill
deleted irrelevance