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Dec
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comment Is “Am I needing to. . . ?” grammatical?
Of English grammar.
Dec
20
comment Is “Am I needing to. . . ?” grammatical?
I think that there are books on grammar that are considered authoritative sources of information. There is an entire field of study dedicated to studying various English grammars. I don't think it can be argued that this is a personal opinion.
Dec
20
answered What is the word for doing an act and not knowing you're doing it until its done?
Dec
20
comment What is a word meaning or having to do with “a love of fighting”?
Please cite the source of your definition.
Dec
20
revised Is “Am I needing to. . . ?” grammatical?
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Dec
19
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
19
asked Much and many: the opposite of less - fewer debate?
Dec
19
awarded  Good Answer
Dec
19
comment I need a word for my obscure phobia for hard, smooth structures
Did you watch Phantasm at an impressionable age?
Dec
18
answered What meaning is “legitimate(ly)” gaining?
Dec
18
comment What do you call the Pringles container that looks like a ‘bottle’?
@Joe I believe so.
Dec
18
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
17
answered Possible exception to the subject-verb agreement rule
Dec
17
revised What is a word meaning or having to do with “a love of fighting”?
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Dec
17
comment Positive variant of “taint”
Imbue is a lovely word. This is a great suggestion.
Dec
17
comment Positive variant of “taint”
I agree that taint has a sense of discoloring, like staining. I think coloring is a natural antonym for that sense.
Dec
17
revised Never perhaps did any man suffer death with more justice, or deserve it less
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Dec
17
revised How to dissect/parse 'which' followed by five subordinate clauses ? (1786 UK)
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Dec
17
revised How to determine the right meaning of 'no not I' ? (1762, UK)
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Dec
17
revised Meaning of 'to make a screen to' (1791 US)
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