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Dec
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comment What's a big-vocabulary word for someone with a big vocabulary?
This may be a valid word in the future lol...
Dec
1
comment What's a big-vocabulary word for someone with a big vocabulary?
Nope, there are tons of lexicographers that speak normally (do not speak bombastically).
Nov
26
comment How are “i.e.” and “e.g.” pronounced?
Can e.g. be pronounced as 'ack'?
Nov
26
comment Inventory or repository?
Is a backpack considered a repository?
Nov
25
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
22
revised What's the neutral measurement unit for masculine and feminine?
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Nov
22
accepted What's the neutral measurement unit for masculine and feminine?
Nov
22
comment What's the neutral measurement unit for masculine and feminine?
"Gender" seems to suggest only two points as RegDwigнt mentioned....
Nov
21
comment What's the neutral measurement unit for masculine and feminine?
@RegDwigнt, no I mean what's a word that measures that scale (not just the two points)?
Nov
21
comment What's the neutral measurement unit for masculine and feminine?
@tchrist, Take a look at the update.
Nov
21
revised What's the neutral measurement unit for masculine and feminine?
added 165 characters in body
Nov
21
asked What's the neutral measurement unit for masculine and feminine?
Nov
13
accepted What is the opposite of “digital”?
Nov
13
comment What do you call a person who is always online on the Internet?
@Abid, What if they spend their time using computers on secondLife in SecondLife?
Nov
13
comment What do you call a person who is always online on the Internet?
Isn't the word "cyber" supposed to have a negative connotation?
Nov
13
asked What is the opposite of “digital”?
Nov
8
comment When is it appropriate to use “Yeah” and “Yep” as variants of the word “Yes”?
You should compare "Yeah, I left it in the other room." with "Yep, I left it in the other room." Obviously the second sentence sounds more abrupt in your example since its only one word...
Nov
8
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
31
comment What's another word for “unrelated people living together”?
@BraddSzonye, (2) of dictionary.reference.com/browse/housemate
Oct
31
comment What's another word for “unrelated people living together”?
What about "cotenant"?