- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of ask.
“Since the title asks about MEN'S CLOTHING, I'd say it's fair to assume that OP is male, or wants to look male.”
“EMI SoundCheck is a new site in which the label asks music fans for their opinions about its artists.”
“It makes such a difference that the title asks us to speak FOR the trees: not 'of' the trees or 'about' the trees," she says.”
“The title asks if Court is "the most wanted lesbian in Hollywood?”
“The title asks the question, but it sure appears that way!”
“Actually, what the subtitle asks is whether bike snobs are their own worst enemies.”
“Gregory asks, is Obama being a big fearmonger by raising concerns about the Chamber of Commerce and their foreign money and their lack of disclosure?”
“Hanna Rosin asks, Did Christianity cause the crash?”
“Jack Balkin asks: If bombings of abortion clinics and murders of abortion providers are acts of terrorism, should we treat the problem of terrorism that they present the way we treat the problem of terrorism from Al Qaeda and other groups?”
“Craig has a best friend with a 4.6 grade point average - how, he asks, is that even possible - and a relationship with the girl Craig adores.”
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Words I can't stand because they feel awful to say.
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