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argonaut: A person who is engaged in a dangerous but potentially rewarding quest.


Jun
4
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
9
revised Readable vs legible
added 112 characters in body
Sep
5
revised Readable vs legible
added 292 characters in body
Sep
5
answered Readable vs legible
Aug
2
awarded  Teacher
Jul
28
awarded  Yearling
Jul
28
asked revise/revision (British)
Jul
28
answered Can I use “any” with singular noun in formal English?
Oct
1
comment Where does “at any rate” come from?
How does a cost turn into reverting to a previous topic?
Oct
1
comment Where does “at any rate” come from?
@Souta Yes.....
Sep
30
asked Where does “at any rate” come from?
Jul
31
comment Why is American English so wedded to the subjunctive?
This seems like less of a question than an interesting observation. It can't be answered, but it is interesting that you note such differences between American & British usage.
Jul
31
asked Is there a word for a great price paid in exchange for a great gain?
Jul
31
comment Does the phrase that one “keeps their head down” have a negative connotation
No, I don't think it does. (Native speaker here.)
Nov
26
revised One-word synonym for “to ride roughshod over”
example sentence
Nov
22
revised Synonyms for “old” with positive connotations (and some conditions)
more
Nov
22
revised One-word synonym for “to ride roughshod over”
more
Nov
22
answered Synonyms for “old” with positive connotations (and some conditions)
Nov
22
asked One-word synonym for “to ride roughshod over”
Nov
9
comment Word that means “Something only a philosopher would argue with”
That's not it but it does match my description.