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seen Feb 25 '13 at 7:43

Dec
15
asked Looking for a verb that means “making something looks very simple by ignoring its complexity or details”
Mar
7
awarded  Scholar
Mar
7
accepted Is “sparkle” the correct word?
Feb
24
awarded  Student
Feb
24
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Feb
24
awarded  Editor
Feb
24
revised Is “sparkle” the correct word?
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Feb
24
comment Is “sparkle” the correct word?
I think it's not fair that this question closed. I simply want to know somebody who English is his/her mother language, can understand the meaning that I'm looking to or whether he/she get the feeling of the stressful, unpleasent thoughts?
Feb
24
awarded  Supporter
Feb
24
comment Is “sparkle” the correct word?
I'm trying to say that all this painful, stressful, disastrous thoughts were becoming into his mind. After each question it fade into new one. I think "flashing through" stil is unable to transform the meaning that I want to say.
Feb
22
asked Is “sparkle” the correct word?