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Have feedback on an existing entry? Add the link/URL of the entry to this field OR if requesting a new word be added, please list the word here. Please keep this field to a link or the word; you can add a longer explanation in the next question!
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Use this section to complete detailed information about your request or concern. When referring to existing entries, please be sure to give very detailed explanations of where on the page the issue can be found. It is a good idea to include the specific definition number or copy/paste the definition, word, or example sentence into this field, along with your explanation.
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