Reputation
35,237
Next tag badge:
650/1000 score
165/200 answers
Badges
6 74 162
Impact
~1.0m people reached

2d
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
23
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
23
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
22
comment One word for: 'You are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem'
Perhaps a nuisance.
Jul
22
comment A word meaning a lover of poetry
I think your best bet is a poet-lover. Also, poetophile appears in a very few books.
Jul
22
comment Word for something that is a perfect replacement of another
Perfect substitute is used in marketing.
Jul
22
comment “He is an opportunist, there's no need to give him more excuses or opportunities!”
@Soudabeh: Thanks Soudabeh. It is a very good and an exemplary question also.
Jul
22
answered “He is an opportunist, there's no need to give him more excuses or opportunities!”
Jul
20
comment What do you call someone who thinks everyone is incompetent (doesn't know anything)?
Can you please explain why other answers don't fit also?
Jul
19
revised A word that means that a germ or disease can affect a species
added 13 characters in body
Jul
19
comment A word that means that a germ or disease can affect a species
@Jim: I made it more clear now. OP could clarify the question a bit further but I strongly believe that he meant this.
Jul
19
revised A word that means that a germ or disease can affect a species
added 136 characters in body
Jul
19
comment A word that means that a germ or disease can affect a species
@Jim: Yes I mentioned that. OP might be thinking the other way around because he doesn't remember the word exactly. I read the question as the virus can affect certain species.
Jul
19
revised A word that means that a germ or disease can affect a species
added 378 characters in body
Jul
19
answered A word that means that a germ or disease can affect a species
Jul
18
comment What is the correct word (verb) for death due to a run in crowds in English?
I couldn't think of any either. I think we need to mention "death" when using the verbs. But +1 for the answer.
Jul
18
comment Is there a term for a word created by adding a letter to an existing word?
If you want the name of the game, it is word pyramid.
Jul
18
comment What is the correct word (verb) for death due to a run in crowds in English?
Yes but stampede or trample doesn't cover "death". Is there a verb for "death by stampede" or "trample to death" ?
Jul
18
comment What is the correct word (verb) for death due to a run in crowds in English?
By the way, in crowd crush, people usually die of asphyxiation, not from being trampled.
Jul
17
comment Word to describe something of something of something
@HotLicks: You can easily find if you search. (as a term). I'm not sure where you are getting at though but I won't be involved in your infinite loop any further:)