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asked Can “X is enough.” be used when X is plural?
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accepted Is there a noun that means “the state of being flustered”?
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comment Is there a noun that means “the state of being flustered”?
I think "discombobulation" is the closest in meaning to all the suggestions I've seen. Thanks!
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revised Is there a noun that means “the state of being flustered”?
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comment Is there a noun that means “the state of being flustered”?
Flustered is not a noun, which is what I would need without rewriting the sentence. I should have made this clearer.
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answered “I like it that” vs. “I like that”
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revised Are “go on”; “go for it”; “Carry on” and “go ahead” synonymous?
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answered Are “go on”; “go for it”; “Carry on” and “go ahead” synonymous?
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