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Kevin Krumwiede
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16 votes

A synonym for "picky" with a positive connotation (food)?

12 votes

What word means a “male temptress”?

6 votes

Is “Click bait” an Internet buzzword? How can I rephrase it?

4 votes

non-condecending term that has the meaning that is usually associated to 'first world'

4 votes

Word or phrase for tasking an expert with jobs that a novice could do

4 votes

Shelf under sloped rear window of a car

3 votes

Is there a word of reviewing something and suggesting ways to improve it?

3 votes

What's a word for the ability to discern another's mental state?

3 votes

A word for "intimate friends" without any kind of romance?

2 votes

Word meaning "kicking softly" or "brushing with the feet"?

2 votes

Word for an Origin and Destination without regard for route

2 votes

Word for dismissing someone's opinions as racist, liberal, etc, instead of debating back

2 votes

A word that means an undeniable statement, stated emphatically

2 votes

What sense of "hack" is involved in "five hacks for using coffee filters"?

2 votes

Word for thinking something is happening when it's not

1 vote

What do you call a person who prevents his/her own progress?

1 vote

What is the name of the disease when a person can see animals or humans that are not present?

1 vote

Historical or literary examples of misguided or botched attempts to help that end up causing harm

1 vote

Word for the "life/world" outside phone calls, text messages, and the Internet?

0 votes

What is the word that means to accuse someone of a crime, to divert attention from the guilt of the accuser

0 votes

What to write when asked family name?

0 votes

"Utilisability" vs. "usability"

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How should I call "summer prepared" for a car?

0 votes

What do you call someone who thinks everyone is incompetent (doesn't know anything)?

0 votes

What does "box-ticker" mean when applied to a person?

0 votes
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The use of "respectively"

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How to jokingly express an "if you pay me, I'll say it" attitude?

0 votes

Idiom or word for the accessing a thing that is far away

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English equivalent of the Hindi phrase "छुपा रुस्तम" (chupa rustam)