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  • UFreakinRightPeople
    Your representation of an aAmerican male has a voice recorded from someone who traditionally would be assumed to have been recorded by a female. I am left to wonder what the motive behind making the american male to seem more feminine on the surface than what is reasonable to assume. Are there any pages where a woman’s voice from the US region or any other region has a traditionally masculine sound? If not, you are not making a pro LGBTQ arguement, you are just using bigotry and systemic hate to prove a point that really doesn’t need to be proven.

    I apologize for the placement of this particular splitting of hairs, but it seems that your webmaster has left out an option to contact him or her as well as someone in your organization that is equipped to hand complaints that would effect the general image of the company.
     
    LikeReplyReport4 months ago
  • friendlybanana17
    There’s quite a few more words on here missing definitions… If you know a good definition for a word that isn’t on here, PLS submit it!!
    LikeReplyReport6 months ago
  • carysevans07
    Anything’s a word if you say it
    LikeReplyReport 19 months ago
  • rhythmosaur
    The word that actually brought me here was one in non-standard German (Vienna dialect), lyrics from a song. Since applications is kinda rare, I wonder if this is useful to you. It seems to me also, many of the words in question are typos. "Untrumped" seems fascinating to me; context would be nice. Otherwise I 'd guess, either something is debunked ("we untrumped the myth of voter fraud"), or saying the naked truth straight out ("These are the untrumped facts"). 
    LikeReplyReport10 months ago
  • symbiotic.design
    By the way? Do we add archaic words, or not? I mean, I have some that are no longer used, like Traunt and Ramscallion that have been removed from the dictionary, but have a history of use. They aren't being used anymore, though. 
    LikeReplyReport 110 months ago
  • sitepro
    I agree, I think most (if not all) are misspellings or possibly a different language than I speak.
    LikeReplyReport 110 months ago
  • Vincentdivine405
    I think some of the definitions are words that were miss spelled
    LikeReplyReport 41 year ago

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