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revised Can I use “ the problem got solved”?
fixed the typo
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asked How to describe something that's slower than it could be, but it guarantees success eventually?
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accepted What is a thing called that takes measurements?
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awarded  Curious
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asked What is a thing called that takes measurements?
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accepted What's an “umbrella” word for attendees and invitees?
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comment What's an “umbrella” word for attendees and invitees?
Not all attendees were invited. Some have become attendees by their own choice, registration was open.
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asked What's an “umbrella” word for attendees and invitees?
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comment Is there a proper way of talking about a negative “privilege”?
That's a good point @Panzercrisis, I'll consider that instead. It does seem more correct.
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awarded  Nice Question
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comment Is there a proper way of talking about a negative “privilege”?
I agree with your reasoning but doesn't using misfortune lose the irony?
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accepted Is there a proper way of talking about a negative “privilege”?
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comment Is there a proper way of talking about a negative “privilege”?
Aha! That brought me here: thesaurus.com/browse/doubtful which provided me with 'dubious'. Thanks.
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asked Is there a proper way of talking about a negative “privilege”?