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answered Any single word synonym for “fawn over”?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on What's an idiom for something that you've heard many times?
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on What is the plural of proof of concept? Is it proofs of concept, proof of concepts or proofs of concepts?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on A word for converting numbers to (number / 1000) + K
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comment Is there another word for 'listening' to an answer?
@lo0pin I'm hearing a reluctance to use the word listening on your part.
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on In past tense use break or broke
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Proper term for knowing four or more languages?
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comment use of “not on purpose”
@DanBron en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Language_police
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comment Term meaning careful and thorough, almost excessively so
Persnickety or (Brit) pernickety.
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Using “heretofore” in the past perfect
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answered When a person is completely entranced by the monotony of - for example - a road
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answered how do you say “write onto a piece of paper” in a more creative way?
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comment “In my younger years, early days, early years, and earlier years”?
Before the scales fell from my eyes: idioms.thefreedictionary.com/The+scales+fall+from+eyes
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comment What's an idiom for something that you've heard many times?
That particular dead horse has been kicked around the block a few times.
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why is the term “isn't it?” so predominant in Indian English?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on The best time to go out for (a) dinner
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comment Did “brushwoodsmen” exist?
Brushwood frequently derived from Coppicing: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coppicing
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Should I say “domesticable” or “domesticatable”?
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comment Regarding the usage of some 'bad' language
Blasphemy: oxforddictionaries.com/us/definition/american_english/blasphemy I'd hate to have to keep track of every sect out there just to avoid this.
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answered What is a single word for the capability of a theory, for example, to generate further thought and theorizing?