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revised What is a less offensive synonym for “hypocrite”?
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comment Is there a term that defines nostalgia for something you've never experienced?
@alcas The Wiki article in Portuguese says nothing about that.
Nov
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comment Is there a term that defines nostalgia for something you've never experienced?
@alcas I am a native Portuguese speaker and I've never seen "saudade" used in that sense.
Nov
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comment Is there a term that defines nostalgia for something you've never experienced?
As far as I know, you can only feel saudade for something you have experienced. Therefore, this does not answer the question.
Nov
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comment What would you call these people?
I would call some of them hoarders.
Nov
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revised What is a less offensive synonym for “hypocrite”?
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comment What is a less offensive synonym for “hypocrite”?
@simchona As in "Sir, I think you are being a <synonym for hypocrite>."
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comment What is a less offensive synonym for “hypocrite”?
@simchona Say you want to criticize someone who you think is a hypocrite. What word should you use so it comes across as constructive, rather than offensive?
Nov
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accepted What is a word for “about to burst out laughing”?
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asked What is a less offensive synonym for “hypocrite”?
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comment What is the male equivalent of “damsel”?
"Wight" reminds me of the wights from George R.R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire"
Nov
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comment What is the male equivalent of “damsel”?
Hmmm... Though "bachelor in distress" doesn't quite sound as good as "damsel in distress"
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revised “Are they American?” or “Are they Americans?”
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