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answered Word for feeling in the mood to experiment
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comment Can 'Too+an adjective' be used to make a non-negative statement?
"That outfit you're wearing is too fabulous!" It is beyond even your regularly impeccable fashion taste.
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comment When I use numbers, when should I spell the word as opposed to just using the number?
Numbers at the beginning of a sentence are usually spelt out.
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comment Is there any word alternative for “compared to”?
Sigma is the standard deviation of the data. "For particle physics, the sigma used is the standard deviation arising from a normal distribution of data, familiar to us as a bell curve. In a perfect bell curve, 68% of the data is within one standard deviation of the mean, 95% is within two, and so on." blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/2012/07/17/…
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comment Is “very less” correct English?
"I could not signal the chopper from my life raft because I had no flare gun. That's right, I was lost at sea Very less!" Very gun: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flare_gun
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answered Is there any word alternative for “compared to”?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on What term describes workers that are not “knowledge workers”?
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comment Is there a word for this clever piece of marketing?
The phrase "within the letter of the law" comes to mind.
Apr
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comment Does “Who knows” need a question mark?
@J.R. Certainly not an ellipsis!
Apr
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answered Idiom for “don't put me with somebody together in the same sentence”
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answered What special implication does ‘totally’ have in “He’s totally going to call you”?
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answered Is there a non-derogatory synonym for “propaganda”?
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comment What do you call the directions orthogonal to uptown/downtown in Manhattan?
You can take the crosstown bus If it's raining or it's cold. That'll get you to the east side or the west side, or even the zoo.
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answered Another phrase like “Having a grand old time”?
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comment Can something be “ratable”?
"I hope you have cats, because that cheese you left on the counter is totally ratable".
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answered A word for reading something thoroughly until one understands it well?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Word for people who live in the same city
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is there a standard ordering for the question mark and the exclamation mark used together?
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comment Can I use the word “persons”?
Personages can be used if you want to be extra severely formal: oxforddictionaries.com/us/definition/american_english/personage