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Jun
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comment Why can we use words like today and tonight but not tomorning and tonoon?
@WS2 and we'd also have "fromorrow" instead of "yesterday"
Jun
16
comment Ask someone about their birth order
Here's a workaround for the awkwardness the more direct form of the question: How many older siblings do you have?
Jun
11
answered Taking both sides of an issue for personal gain
Jun
9
answered Idiom for “wanting a long-term relationship”?
Jun
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Jun
5
comment What is a synonym for “feature”?
context please?
Jun
3
answered what is the opposite of “appreciate”?
Jun
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comment What's an accurate term for “technical terminology” in the sentence:
Is it specifically for a technical environment, or does it also need to serve other contexts such as legal, medical, military, etc?
Jun
3
answered What are “greens” in relation to clothing?
Jun
2
comment Is there a word for being overwhelmed by noise?
Also unrelated, misophonia (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Misophonia), is something I experience quite frequently. Do NOT slurp your coffee/tea around me.
Jun
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answered Is there a word for being overwhelmed by noise?
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May
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comment Is there a word that describes an intelligent, self-aware, sentient lifeform?
What is wrong with "sentient"? Just an aside, Frank Herbert coined "ConSentiency" for the political organization that spanned multiple intelligent races.
May
28
comment Does a “fact” have to be true?
+1 Thanks for that clarification on meaning 5, I knew it had to me something like that. And apologies for the cheap shot in my answer...it just seemed to fit the argument I was making too well.
May
28
answered Does a “fact” have to be true?
May
27
comment There was a rumor +… is/ was
@PeterShor Would you say that the question was answered the first time, or is answered?
May
26
comment Word that means “Sneak and Steal”?
filch, pilfer, swipe
May
26
comment Contractor vs Vendor
you might consider en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Counterparty as an alternative to avoid having to make the distinction at all.
May
26
answered Noun/verb to describe strong belief in a company as evidenced by joining it?