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Sep
11
comment Is there an umbrella word for cancer treatment?
I agree. Oncology is too broad; it covers much more than treatment and is more likely interpreted as cancer research than treatment.
Sep
10
awarded  Necromancer
Sep
10
comment Is there an adjective for having and spitting lots of saliva, especially in a state of wild, raging abandon?
You should feel free to join the Meta discussion about using dictionaries to answer questions.
Sep
10
comment Is there an adjective for having and spitting lots of saliva, especially in a state of wild, raging abandon?
This answer would be improved with a dictionary citation and definition.
Sep
10
comment Is there an adjective for having and spitting lots of saliva, especially in a state of wild, raging abandon?
This answer would be improved with a dictionary citation and definition.
Sep
8
revised One word for “lack of exercise”
clarified attributions
Sep
8
revised One word for “lack of exercise”
added attribution
Sep
5
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
5
revised “Will arrive” vs. “does arrive”—which of these two sentences is correct or more usually used?
formatting
Sep
4
revised -phobia word for fear of hearing speeches
altered attributions
Sep
4
revised -phobia word for fear of hearing speeches
rolled back to a previous revision
Sep
4
comment “No, faith, not a jot, but to follow him thither with modesty enough, and likelihood to lead it.”
I think it might help if you explained how but is used in the phrase. That might be the OP's sticking point. But that he understood that construction, he might well grasp its meaning.
Sep
3
revised How many syllables does “Science” have?
incorporated useful information from comments
Sep
2
revised Do you “watch” a movie or “see” a movie?
Made the question more explicit
Sep
2
revised Can a remote conditional have “might” in the protasis?
merged answers
Sep
1
comment Is there any reason for saying “he is good-looking”, instead of “he is well-looking”?
Your parallel isn't quite right. It ought to be "good looks" to "well-looked" if you followed the same conversion. In fact, that might tell us something very interesting, as good + complement seems to take a gerund, where well + complement seems to take a past participle. I don't have any idea if that's true or not though.
Sep
1
awarded  Good Question
Aug
31
revised Where does the word “sh**” come from?
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Aug
31
comment Where does the word “sh**” come from?
OP prefers to leave the title censored and there is no compelling reason not to.
Aug
29
awarded  Necromancer