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answered What is that feeling one gets when they are about to sneeze?
Jan
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comment What's the name of hair left in your razor?
I use the word "hair".
Dec
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comment On the target of “not”
They may have indeed wanted the CCTV cameras - but not set up - rather simply delivered in their boxes so that set-up could be performed later - very different meanings.
Dec
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comment Is there a name for this type of sculpture?
This looks like some sort of "henge".
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answered One word synonym for “easy to follow”
Dec
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comment What is the etymology of the word “howwa”, meaning “that thing”?
Where in the North-East?
Dec
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comment Why does “groove” mean “take pleasure in”?
@Tim, no LPs, records, EPs, 45s, etc, etc...
Dec
20
answered Going beyond something
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comment Term for words such as “dognitary”
yeah -- okay... I'm inclined to suggest a pun then, but only insofar as as the word with the substituted letter sounds similar to the original. I do agree that this might be stretching it though.
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revised Term for words such as “dognitary”
added 241 characters in body
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comment Are “should've”, “could've”, etc. valid short forms of “should have”, “could have”?
for the record in BrE I hear the /v/ more often than not.
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answered Term for words such as “dognitary”
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answered Are “should've”, “could've”, etc. valid short forms of “should have”, “could have”?
Dec
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comment Is subaccount one word?
And that's the case, whether it's a hyphenated word or not.
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