0xFEE1DEAD's user avatar
0xFEE1DEAD's user avatar
0xFEE1DEAD's user avatar
0xFEE1DEAD
  • Member for 7 years, 1 month
  • Last seen more than a month ago
1 vote
Accepted

What is a word that denotes a seemingly upstanding (generally well-doing) citizen who is in reality a crook, cruel, or morally questionable?

1 vote

When and why did the word "pasta" become commonly used?

0 votes

Is there a word to describe someone who dislikes incompetence?

-1 votes

Word for one too many items

2 votes
Accepted

Is there a word to describe the portion of one's total funds that may be spent as opposed to the portion which must be held on to?

0 votes

What do we call something that assigns a weight to each case study which shows the importance of that case?

0 votes
Accepted

A word for "when someone does something for your benefit while you are active on something else"?

1 vote

Where does Cloth-Head come from?

9 votes

What is it called when you raise a problem and someone else makes it seem like you're entitled by bringing up something far worse?

0 votes

Proper formal synonyms for "blessed"

-1 votes

Looking for a descriptive word(s)) to describe digest/summation/pocket culture

18 votes
Accepted

Is there a word for the selective removal of items from a list (other than cull)?

1 vote

"Industry sources" meaning

0 votes

What is a formal word for "good looks"?

39 votes

Is there a word for "automatic" with negative connotations?

0 votes

Is "safes" an acceptable alternative to "makes safe"

7 votes

Is there an English equivalent for "Les carottes sont cuites", while keeping the vegetable reference?

3 votes

Is it OK to say "The situation is pregnant with a crisis"?

0 votes

Things you stick your face through for photos

40 votes

What do you call a road that goes up and down?

3 votes

Is there a single adjective for "mercenary-like attitude"?

5 votes

Is there a single adjective for "mercenary-like attitude"?

1 vote

Word for someone who is driven by morality

1 vote

Word to describe a person who always tries to hide their skills from other colleagues

25 votes

Is there an idiom for "Your decision can change at the last moment"

41 votes

Is there word like "excruciating" but relating to pleasure rather than pain?

5 votes
Accepted

Antonym for "derived"/"derivative"

2 votes
Accepted

A positive-sounding word synonymous to 'dismantling'

-1 votes

A verb for “The cartographer painstakingly ___ a map of the city.”

1 vote

A word for "a forceful part that temporarily becomes part of a whole without losing its unique identity"