How words are described
|human||human keep||human stop|
|old||old keep||old stop|
|good||good keep||good stop|
|full||full keep||full stop|
|Other adjectives: best, better, short, complete, single, small, massive, big, great, bad, main, key, major, worst, nearby.|
Both words in one sentence
- Unlike normal buff spells, the bard had to constantly keep "singing" almost non-stop and keep refreshing the songs over and over again every few SECONDS.
Source: Quirky Bard
- Super Zeroes 10-Minute Retirement: Frank asks for a sign to know whether he should stop or keep going, it comes later than he expects so he has to return for his outfit.
Source: Film / Super
- Usually, the solid lines approaching the intersection are measured to provide a guide; if the light turns yellow and you haven't reached the solid lines, you should be able to stop in time, otherwise, consider yourself too far along to stop and keep going.
Source: Too Fast to Stop
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