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Gwyth hy ow mos dres oll an nos!


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comment Warmth of a seat that has been vacated by a person who was sitting on it
Shoeburyness (Adams, Lloyd)
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comment Sequence of tenses missing - not in Reported Speech
We do say that, it's a passive form of believed he had been. I'm sure this has already been covered though.
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comment What are words called that share the same root?
@JohnLawler It may not be a standard term but I don't think it's fair to label it "grade school textbook", given that it was published in the International Journal of Lexicography. victoria.ac.nz/lals/about/staff/publications/paul-nation/…
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comment How to express the skill when someone does not stop working until the task is done?
That's perseverance.
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on What's the difference between a “delegator” and “delegatee”?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on What part-of-speech will the new “because” be?
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reviewed Edit suggested edit on The same than / that
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revised The same than / that
fixed spelling and fixed grammar
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comment One word to describe “one hair that grows on someone's bald head”?
It looks more like a lock of hair than a solitary hair. Perhaps it's a baby Cossack, and it has what the Russians call хохол.
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comment How to use 'dogly' correctly
Wiktionary has 3 quotations and in each case it is used in the manner of a cutesy made-up-word, always following the word dog. "A dog doing its dogly duty." etc.