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comment F for intoxication
http://onelook.com/?w=*&loc=revfp2&clue=f*%3Aintoxication
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answered Word for energyless-ness
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accepted What is the neutral way of telling someone to “do whatever you want”?
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asked What is the neutral way of telling someone to “do whatever you want”?
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comment What word/phrase describes the act of “pulling the chair when someone's sitting”?
@WS2 Question updated. Plus that doesn't sound decent, irrespective of the fact that the act might not be decent (keeping aside close friends).
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revised What word/phrase describes the act of “pulling the chair when someone's sitting”?
added 151 characters in body; edited title
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comment What word/phrase describes the act of “pulling the chair when someone's sitting”?
@WS2 Huh? So it would go "He did a bloody stupid with him?".
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asked What word/phrase describes the act of “pulling the chair when someone's sitting”?
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comment “Two yellow spots on its wings” vs “a yellow spot on both wings”
Well, since you have hit the rep cap, I'll upvote on this answer tomorrow so that it counts!
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answered “Died in an accident” or “killed in an accident”?