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Nov
8
asked Does the word “peoples” exist, and if so, when do you use it?
Nov
5
accepted Is the term “errored out” a grammatically correct phrase, or just a colloquial one?
Oct
25
comment Is the term “errored out” a grammatically correct phrase, or just a colloquial one?
"Training has errored out" ...
Oct
25
asked Is the term “errored out” a grammatically correct phrase, or just a colloquial one?
Oct
12
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Sep
26
comment A better way to say “enrolled in a program” to signify the difficulty of attaining admission in the face of stiff competition?
Thats kind of a passive word - you hardly mean to flatter when you say something is "Acceptable" :)
Sep
4
accepted A better way to say “enrolled in a program” to signify the difficulty of attaining admission in the face of stiff competition?
Sep
4
comment A better way to say “enrolled in a program” to signify the difficulty of attaining admission in the face of stiff competition?
Makes wonderful sense - I was stuck trying to look for fancy words :)
Sep
4
asked A better way to say “enrolled in a program” to signify the difficulty of attaining admission in the face of stiff competition?
May
18
awarded  Popular Question
May
10
accepted What is the common root between “contumacious” and “contumelious”?
May
10
accepted When to use “essay” vs “assay” (as a verb)?
May
8
comment When to use “essay” vs “assay” (as a verb)?
If both are antiquated, what would be the apt word to be used today ?
May
8
asked When to use “essay” vs “assay” (as a verb)?
May
8
asked What is the common root between “contumacious” and “contumelious”?
May
6
accepted What is the difference between “archetype” and “prototype”?
May
5
awarded  Nice Question
May
5
asked What is the difference between “archetype” and “prototype”?
May
3
accepted Difference between “inflammable” and “flammable”
May
2
asked Difference between “inflammable” and “flammable”