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A 'sticking plaster' word used by Americans to cover over the huge gaps in their vocabulary. It is one the three words which make up most American sentances.
What is that last word?
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While this was far from an ideal question as it was written, I can't see anything about it that would obviously cause it to run afoul of our automated script. There were also no links embedded in the question that would have led to it being thought of as some kind of self-promotion.
I can see huge gaps in their vocabulary in relationship to Americans as being rude, and even possibly offensive enough to some people to have them want it rephrased, but that seems more a matter of opinion than something our script would automatically pick up on through its algorithm.
Assuming the text of the original message that caused it to be deleted doesn't also cause this question to be deleted, does anybody know what would have triggered this?
Incidentally, the vote count was at -4. Here, also, are the two comments that still exist with it:
This question is unclear. Are you asking about the misspelled word "sentances", which should be "sentences"?
Uh, what does "It is one the three words" mean?
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