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Oct
25
comment Is the term “errored out” a grammatically correct phrase, or just a colloquial one?
"Training has errored out" ...
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
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 :)
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 ?
Apr
19
comment Does “verdure” also suggest “a condition of health and vigour”?
Lucid explanation indeed !!
Apr
9
comment Is there a single word for “one who speaks/boasts a lot about everything”?
The best one according to me - I'll accept it if nothing better comes along !!
Apr
9
comment Is there a single word for “one who speaks/boasts a lot about everything”?
Very apt word... +1
Apr
9
comment Is there a single word for “one who speaks/boasts a lot about everything”?
Interesting word - +1
Apr
9
comment Is there a single word for “one who speaks/boasts a lot about everything”?
Reason why I wasn't too keen on braggart - While it implies a boastful/talkative person, it says nothing about lack of abilities to follow it up. A very gifted/intelligent person could be a braggart if he chose to shout about all his abilities...
Apr
9
comment Is there a single word for “one who speaks/boasts a lot about everything”?
Great link !! I continue to be amazed at the diversity of answers I get at SE... +1 !!
Apr
8
comment Is there a single word for “one who speaks/boasts a lot about everything”?
All very good answers, but I was looking for something, I don't know, elegant and less colloquial - for instead, "charlatan" instead of "trickster" :) Anyway, I'll accept this as answer in a day if no other answers come in !!
Apr
7
comment What is the difference (in terms of usage and connotation) between “loath” and “loathe”?
Great answer !!!
Apr
7
comment What is the difference (in terms of usage and connotation) between “loath” and “loathe”?
While not as detailed as the other answer, this is still a useful answer in a nutshell - I've upvoted you :)
Apr
5
comment Is there a single word for “money-mindedness”?
Wow...I certainly didn't expect to be inundated with so many good answers !! Makes it hard for me to choose only one out of all these :( - but I've upvoted all the ones which were useful to me !!