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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"
Nov
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asked What is the male equivalent of “damsel”?
Nov
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revised What is a word for “about to burst out laughing”?
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asked What is a word for “about to burst out laughing”?
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Nov
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revised “Are they American?” or “Are they Americans?”
improved formatting
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suggested approved edit on “Are they American?” or “Are they Americans?”
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Good Question
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awarded  Nice Question
Nov
22
accepted Can “thanks in advance” be considered rude?
Nov
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suggested rejected edit on An alternative to quotation marks
Nov
22
comment Which is the word that means neither “believer” nor “atheist” but somewhere in between?
It wasn't meant to be a "command." It's silly to think of it as a command. I am not your boss.
Nov
22
comment Which is the word that means neither “believer” nor “atheist” but somewhere in between?
I am not asking you to either see my answer or watch the video. It's a suggestion.
Nov
22
comment Which is the word that means neither “believer” nor “atheist” but somewhere in between?
The correct term would be "atheist." See my answer and this video: youtube.com/watch?v=sNDZb0KtJDk
Nov
22
comment Can “thanks in advance” be considered rude?
Therein lies the problem: if you thanked them in advance, does that mean you are not going to thank them when they actually do help you?
Nov
22
comment Which is the word that means neither “believer” nor “atheist” but somewhere in between?
Please refer to my answer.