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reviewed No Action Needed Word for someone with the ability to change appearances
May
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reviewed No Action Needed Active Voice in Research Without Personal Pronoun
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reviewed No Action Needed What do you call someone who misses someone?
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comment What's a good word for 'clear mindedness' and 'an ability to see something as a whole'?
How about acumen... According to OED it means "Sharpness of wit, quickness or penetration of perception, keenness of discrimination; (now esp.) the ability to make good judgements and decisions."
Feb
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comment Is there a verb that describes speaking with a full mouth?
Not to be confused with "foul mouth" or to be "foul-mouthed" (i.e., to speak in a profane/blasphemous manner)
Feb
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comment Electronic module or unit?
I doubt that this Q&A is the best place to ask this question, but anyway... A module pertains to an architecture that is modular, i.e., you can plug-out your implementation and plug-in something else. The term unit can often be used interchangeably with module; for instance we say "graphics processing unit" and not "module". Unless there is a well-established way to call it, you can freely use either.
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comment How to describe a person with the qualities give in the body of this question?
Nice one, but a "jack-of-all-trades" (master of none) is a person who, indeed, can do a lot of different things, but is not necessarily doing very well in any of these, so this expression is expected to have a negative nuance.
Oct
19
comment “a wottle of bine”, “a can of boot reer” and “holed and sealed” - What types of speech errors are these?
How about a "slip of the tongue", or - in some cases - a "Freudian slip" or a "parapraxis"...
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comment “Prolers” is in no English dictionary and yet it's in several online Scrabble dictionaries. Is it an English word?
What exactly is a proler?
Oct
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comment Idiom: People caring about minor stuff while something terrible is happening
Is the "third hand" a legitimate expression as well, or am I missing some... innuendo?
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