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12 votes

What term describes workers that are not "knowledge workers"?

4 votes

Word for person willing to argue contradictory things depending on what suits him

4 votes
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What is the equivalent of "workholic" for the family-obsessed?

3 votes
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Which is grammatically correct: "first and last name" or "first and last names"?

3 votes

How ephemeral is ephemeral?

3 votes

Are "white" and "black" ever capitalized when referring to people?

3 votes
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An adjective to describe eyes like these?

2 votes

How to describe a process that resists changes in velocity?

2 votes

Is there a word for the stopping of a downward movement specifically.?

2 votes

Adjectives used to describe a person who only respects rich people

2 votes

How to politely say I worked at the same company for 4 years in a specific period?

1 vote

The word 'overall' implies not quite?

1 vote

What is the opposite of a multi-tribal society?

1 vote

Word for moving a program into a production environment

1 vote

Word meaning: "containing no electronic components"

1 vote

What's the word (adjective) for a person who's good at lying, deception, manipulation, politics?

1 vote

What do we call someone who does not like to gossip?

1 vote

Exaggerating a sample to represent the whole

1 vote

What exactly does "*popular* science" mean, and what other words are there to denote things at the boundaries of "popular science"

1 vote

What's a word for someone who goes past their limits?

0 votes

how to describe the owner of something embedded inside them?

0 votes

Need a single-word term for "an artist who produces drawings"

0 votes

Looking for a word which describes something that doesn't inspire confidence

0 votes

Can one 'reject a vector on another vector'?

0 votes

antonym for "compressive"

0 votes

Can I say "Thank you for your flattering comments" without sounding negative?

0 votes

How to express "From the point of view of Information Theory"?

0 votes

"hadn't thought" vs. "didn't think"

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Is there a word for a subset of English specifically designed to be easily understood by non-native speakers?

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Should 'dotard' be considered archaic?