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Aug
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answered When writing instructions, is it OK to leave “and” out of a quick chain of commands?
Jun
29
awarded  Teacher
Jun
29
comment What's the meaning of “he walked away a free man”?
@PyroTyger, in that usage, it would be more simply put "he walked." By adding "away" it makes the meaning more vague until we know what was walked away from. So, I don't think "to walk" and "to walk away" are the same sense, but I do believe "to walk" and "to walk away a free man" are much closer in meaning.
Jun
29
answered Is this acceptable usage when frustrated with a web page: “It won't click”
Jun
9
accepted What do Brits means when they say “perving around”?
Jun
9
awarded  Supporter
Jun
7
awarded  Scholar
Jun
7
comment What's the word for when a word means what it seems like it should mean?
That's the one! Thank you!
Jun
7
accepted What's the word for when a word means what it seems like it should mean?
Jun
7
asked Long-Lived … how many pronounce it with a long “i”?
Jun
7
awarded  Editor
Jun
7
revised What's the word for when a word means what it seems like it should mean?
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Jun
7
awarded  Student
Jun
7
asked What's the word for when a word means what it seems like it should mean?
Jun
7
asked What do Brits means when they say “perving around”?