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This tag is for questions about nouns. Nouns are words that refer to an entity, quality, state, action, or concept. Add this tag to single-word-requests if you are looking for a noun. Add the tag word-usage if you are asking about the usage of the noun.

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I usually hear the initial implementation of a piece of software referred to as version zero, but I have heard initial version used often as well. Since you should not be optimizing code without firs …
answered May 15 '15 by jxh
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Consider valley: 2 :  a low point or condition 3 b :  the place of meeting of two slopes of a roof that form on the plan a reentrant angle Merriam-Webster The term does invoke metaphori …
answered Mar 16 '17 by jxh
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Perhaps you see yourself as serving a role: I can't choose a side because I'm a mediator, I stay neutral. A mediator is: : one that mediates; especially : one that mediates between parties …
answered Feb 24 '17 by jxh
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In the game tic tac toe, the grid positions are typically referred to as spaces, or squares. Tic-tac-toe (also known as Noughts and crosses or Xs and Os) is a paper-and-pencil game for two players …
answered Aug 10 '15 by jxh
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If you are interested in a single word, consider babel: A confused noise made by a number of voices. ‘the babel of voices on the road’ Oxford Living Dictionaries Not to be confused with bab …
answered Aug 29 '18 by jxh
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Consider inscrutability, which is the noun form of inscrutable: Impossible to understand or interpret. Oxford Living Dictionaries It's mostly used to describe people that are difficult to unde …
answered Jan 8 by jxh