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This tag is for questions about choosing the best word FROM A GIVEN SELECTION for a particular context or meaning. The selection to choose from must appear in the question. If you do not know the word already, use single-word-requests.

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Frequently we see configuration options with a hierarchical structure, often shown in a tree view. When enabling a parent option, all of the child options are enabled. When disabling the parent option …
asked Jul 31 '13 by JYelton
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Is there a word or term commonly used to describe the act of stating the obvious (or a person who continually does so)? He constantly states the obvious, he is such a __. She is always ___ing …
asked Feb 2 '11 by JYelton
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Here's a word I see often on StackOverflow, "programatically." Used to indicate that a programmer intends to do something within the code of a program, rather than through user interaction. For exam …
asked Feb 11 '11 by JYelton
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It's also acceptable and common to simply say, "No thanks, I'm good."
answered Jun 21 '11 by JYelton