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asked “Luck”, “coincidence”, “chance” — most appropriate in this situation?
Mar
1
answered Difference between “magnitude” and “multitude”
Mar
1
answered Words for different types of leatherworking
Mar
1
comment “Cry” versus “weep”
Thanks :-)
Mar
1
comment “Cry” versus “weep”
Jiang - Thanks :-)
Mar
1
accepted “Cry” versus “weep”
Feb
28
awarded  Commentator
Feb
28
comment “Cry” versus “weep”
I meant that Meaning of both sentences are same , then when to use "cry" and when "weep" ?
Feb
28
comment Indian-English usage of “Kindly”
Agree with colin , It reflects the politeness and Indian Culture in some ways.
Feb
28
comment “Cry” versus “weep”
Some times we use "He's crying." and sometimes "He's weeping."(in the same context also). Why ?
Feb
28
asked “Cry” versus “weep”
Feb
27
accepted “Credulous” - Formal Use
Feb
27
asked “Credulous” - Formal Use
Feb
27
awarded  Scholar
Feb
27
accepted Word for “Ray of Hope”
Feb
25
awarded  Student
Feb
25
revised Word for “Ray of Hope”
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25
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25
asked Word for “Ray of Hope”