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Feb
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revised Which phrase is more preferable and correct: “value out of range” or “value is out of range”?
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Feb
1
comment What is the word that describes the group mentality against changing the status quo?
This was the word I thought of when I read the question. Luddite has grown into a meaning that includes being against progress or change, i.e., maintaining the status quo.
Jan
15
comment What's the origin of “lit”?
Is the young intelligent Black male you? (In case anyone wants clarification from the source)
Jan
15
revised What's the origin of “lit”?
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Jan
13
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Jan
11
revised What is a word for a person who constantly speaks negatively?
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Jan
7
comment Is “now” a “preposition”?
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Jan
7
comment The usage of “conversion”
Related: What is meant by "sth"?
Jan
4
comment Word for be in sync with or matching with?
Why is "in sync with" not the right answer?
Dec
30
comment English word for Norwegian “skaresnø” - snow with a hard crust
I don't think we have a particular word for it, although where I live we'd call it crusted or glazed snow.
Dec
30
comment Word for a woman who can be mistaken as a transexual.
Do you mean transsexual or transgender?
Dec
30
revised How does Yoda's speech sound to native English speakers?
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Dec
30
revised What does 'straighten sombody out' mean?
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Dec
30
answered Meaning of “two fingers on the screwdriver tight”
Dec
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Dec
30
revised One word to describe a situation where two people have their first and last meeting in the same place
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Dec
30
answered One word to describe a situation where two people have their first and last meeting in the same place
Dec
29
comment Single word for old and many-times-seen content
@Mitch He explained the particular context in the body of the question.
Dec
29
revised What is the word for a person who delegates their vote?
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Dec
29
comment What is the word for a person who delegates their vote?
From the context in your question, I don't think you are looking for an antonym. You seem to be looking for the word for a person who delegates their vote (a delegator, as you have suggested) in contrast to the person to whom votes are delegated (which is what the noun delegate describes). I have edited your question to reflect that. You may rollback the edit if that was not your intent.