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May
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awarded  Yearling
Apr
29
comment Word to describe subconsciously retaining value judgments from rejected worldview
@JeffreyKemp Yes, thanks. Fixed it.
Apr
29
revised Word to describe subconsciously retaining value judgments from rejected worldview
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May
4
awarded  Yearling
May
4
awarded  Yearling
Apr
13
comment An idiom meaning someone's doing something useless and has no result at the end
If you're referring specifically to talking/convincing a person, another common idiom is like talking to a brick wall.
Apr
13
answered How to say “generating errors” in one word?
Mar
21
answered Word for “best person in a group of bad people”
Oct
14
comment Word for “other people who have the same issue/problem as I have”?
The word does have a legal smell to it, but it's accurate and unambiguous. Most of the other similar terms seem to miss the mark with their meanings.
Oct
6
comment A word for a worldly wise person who pretends to be naïve?
+1 for clarifying the appropriateness based on context. I also used hustler in my response to this similar question.
Oct
4
comment How do I refer to a word?
When there is no measurable benefit, use the option that doesn't require the shift key :).
Oct
2
awarded  Organizer
Oct
2
revised Is there a term for it when you use an obviously false statement to highlight the falsity or absurdity of another?
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Oct
2
answered Term for person who forgets directions or routes
Oct
2
answered Another way to say “fulfill your dream”
Oct
1
comment Plurality of a group also referenced using we/our/us
+1 I agree that the sentence sounds fine to my AmE ear even though I can see the violation. To my mind, the most natural way to eliminate the violation while keeping an AmE feel would be to use "We at ABC are..."
Oct
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answered Alternative colloquialism for “Best of both worlds”?
Sep
30
revised Word for someone who loves to create and organise noisy, lively, chaotic events
Added some Greek flavor.
Sep
30
answered Word for someone who loves to create and organise noisy, lively, chaotic events
Sep
30
comment Usage of “nonviable person”
@aediaλ Your spellcheck idea actually makes a lot of sense. Good call.