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comment Antonym of “exodus”
If exo- means "outward" and endo- means "inward"… (How I wish English worked this way more often…)
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comment “Semantic”s relation to “Pedantic”
The words have completely different meanings, but that's just semantics.
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accepted When did the term 'leverage' gain its verb/debt-related meaning?
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accepted “Glaringly obvious” vs. “blaringly obvious”
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comment What's the opposite of “omniscient”?
@Pacerier you just equated being not omniscient with being the opposite of omniscient. That's ignorant!
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comment Etymology of “half-assed”
@MrLister {{citation_needed}}
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answered Is “else” in “someone else” necessary?
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comment Adjective that means “disableable”?
@Candide You want a disabler disabler? How meta!
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comment What do you call a poem or song that sets up a rhyme and then ignores it?
@mplungjan I think the Shrek example is a little different. You're supposed to expect a specific word, not just the rhyme. The rhyme is a tool to misdirect the audience to precisely that word. Maybe it's a matter of degrees, but I see it as a different end product.