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May
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asked Are “traitor” and “trader” pronounced the same?
Apr
27
comment Is “forwent” used much?
@BarrieEngland: "Since I was sick yesterday, I forwent jogging." Try all of your suggested words in its place: none works. Try any other English word or phrase of two syllables or less. I still am not seeing that it "serves no useful purpose" as your answer claims.
Apr
25
comment Is “forwent” used much?
I wonder if the respondent here could elaborate on his claim that the word serves no useful purpose. Is there another word that is equivalent and preferred?
Apr
25
asked Is “forwent” used much?
Apr
13
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
9
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
6
asked “Hypocrisy is the compliment vice pays to virtue” — what does this mean?
Mar
23
accepted A word meaning “those who are plugged in”?
Feb
18
awarded  Yearling
Dec
22
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Dec
6
asked Is “a ways to go” grammatically correct?
Nov
18
accepted Romney claims that China likes to “flaunt the rules”
Nov
10
asked Romney claims that China likes to “flaunt the rules”
Oct
17
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
29
asked Can one “affect” change?
Sep
29
accepted Etymology of “here goes nothing”?
Sep
28
comment Is “obscure” the same as “undocumented”?
@Karl: I believe people in technical circles do talk about documentation that nobody knows about: they call it "poorly documented".
Sep
27
comment Is “obscure” the same as “undocumented”?
@drɱ: not trying to hyper-analyze, merely trying to understand. I suppose if respondent had said "well documented" I would have had no cause to wonder about this question, so your answer points out something valuable.
Sep
27
asked Is “obscure” the same as “undocumented”?
Sep
25
asked Etymology of “here goes nothing”?