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This tag is for questions about the differences in the meaning of two words.

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I think "faith" has a positive to neutral connotation, whereas "blind faith" has a more negative connotation.
answered Jul 23 '12 by vonjd
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"Proven" and "proved" both seem to mean the same thing. Are there any differences in meaning or usage between them? …
asked Aug 21 '10 by vonjd
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The more I think about it the more confused I get: One good example is here: Hmm. Maybe something like this. It's the end of the day and things didn't go well. We're meeting to talk about what …
asked Oct 7 '12 by vonjd