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answered Term for a person with absolutely zero knowledge of a topic
Jul
28
answered A word that means 'someone who always immediately cleans up after eating, keeps their room tidy…"
Jul
26
comment Is there a word for describing people who know many things but superficially?
Dilettantish makes a fine insult: merriam-webster.com/thesaurus/dilettantish
Jul
26
comment the things we should avoid when we are talking
@aparente001 Or possibly a Shower thought: reddit.com/r/Showerthoughts
Jul
24
comment the things we should avoid when we are talking
People look at you funny if you tell them that "the purpose of life is to suffer". However, your qualifiers 'informal' and 'offensive' are so general as to allow almost an infinity of possible answers.
Jul
24
answered The opposite of 'attend'
Jul
23
comment meaning of “Cloud-tumbled sky”
Sky is partially filled with puffy fair weather cumulous, not in a regular pattern: google.com/…
Jul
23
comment What's a negative word for “subtle”?
Tricksy "Them's some tricksy bugs I been battling this past tenday."
Jul
16
comment What does “Sport Utility Vehicle” actually mean?
I doubt a 4X8' piece of plywood would fit in most modern SUV's, certainly not 3/4 ton of brick. For utility, you need to buy a pickup truck.
Jul
16
comment Better of or better off?
@TrixieG. Perhaps a British English speaker with one of their many obscure regional accents? Unless he's just tried to steal your watch, and found it to be a lower quality item than the rest of your apparel suggests.
Jul
14
reviewed Reject Words that can be repeated and still make sense
Jul
13
comment When you care but don't act on it to make it right
Ineffectual fits in here somewhere, but I don't think it rises to the level of an answer: collinsdictionary.com/dictionary/english/ineffectual
Jul
13
comment Politically correct substitutes for (fe)male and (wo)man
@Crissov I hadn't heard of wofem. You could have great fun with that, adding an L for some cosplay! en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cosplay
Jul
12
comment Politically correct substitutes for (fe)male and (wo)man
Womyn and wimmin get used: thefreedictionary.com/Wimmen
Jul
12
comment Velvetiness meaning
Velvet is smooth with a short nap (fuzzyness) en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nap_%28textile%29 Silk is smooth with basically no nap whatsoever.
Jul
12
comment Word for a source of mental-strength
You could go so far as to use transfiguration, but that's generally reserved for extreme cases: merriam-webster.com/dictionary/transfiguration
Jul
12
comment I feel robust is overused
I'm a fault tolerant system, myself. Homeostasis will be maintained!
Jul
10
comment What's an expression for a cunningly-fake friend?
@Soudabeh Weasels are considered deceptive and slinky, which is sort of like sneaky with a little more grace. They get their way, without you ever knowing.
Jul
10
comment What's an expression for a cunningly-fake friend?
Such people are Weasels. Don't know if that's a regionalism or not.
Jul
10
answered Is there a word for people incapable of thinking?