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reviewed Reject Word for “seeing without being seen”
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reviewed Reviewed Origin of the word “shill” (“shillaber”)
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comment Spelling with 'ought' or 'aught'
@IanF1: Thoroughly, tho' roughly.
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comment Meaning: deliberate vs ponder
The dictionary does not seem to back me up, but I think of deliberating as pondering in order to decide/choose something.
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reviewed Leave Closed Could you please give me the meaning of this poem/ Does anyone know the correct punctuation of the Original poem please?
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comment Topics: “leisure” and the “Holocaust” discussed with differing pronunciations.
The question is unclear, and anything slightly clear about it seems to be POB.
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comment presented or given?
Define "appropriate". POB.
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comment How polite is “all” as an email address?
How polite? How are you measuring politeness? POB.
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comment Correct usage of self-proclaimed and self-described?
Dictionary, dictionary, dictionary.
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comment Does Java Mean Sunrise in Some Language
Google "java definition".
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comment Talking over the phone for the first time
Define "best way". POB.
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comment Please help me. Compare these two sentences (A) and (B) and give me your comments, please
My comment is that you did not ask a QUESTION.
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comment Is “hiree” a word or are there alternative words with such meaning?
newhire is a common term in the US for someone newly hired.
May
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reviewed Leave Closed “Due to” vs. “owing to”
May
3
reviewed Approve Proper way to address a very small group that includes both sexes
May
3
comment Does “wobble” sound negative?
I wobbly wobbly - One Big Union.
May
3
comment A term / title that describes “metadata” details for knowledge base article
About......... Just like in your browser menu: it tells you info about the browser itself.
May
3
comment What is a good word to use to describe someone who has that young, unknowing innocence about them?
innocent.....
May
3
comment Meaning of 'roll' in 'I have all my grass to roll'
It's not just UK.
May
3
comment Meaning of 'roll' in 'I have all my grass to roll'
It's meaning #2. A cylinder of concrete, or a hollow cylinder of metal filled with water, is rolled over a lawn to make the ground even/smooth and pack grass seed into the dirt so it does not blow away.