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may 22 at 6:47A single word for a person who suffers great loss
mar 26 at 20:42What is a good word between 'slave' and 'servant'?
feb 26 at 2:45Is the 're' in 'return' and 'repeat' a prefix?
feb 16 at 17:57Why is most North American speech rhotic?
jan 18 at 2:29Why do we write 'He has an MA' and not ' a MA' even though MA does not begin with a vowel? Can anybody give me anymore examples like it? [duplicate]
jan 4 at 10:04Why are the words hundred, thousand, million, and trillion singular after plural numbers?
dec 24 at 14:26A suitable equivalent for the phrase 'give glad tidings'
dec 9 at 8:07Can “whose” refer to an inanimate object?
nov 19 at 9:48How did the Australian accent come about?
oct 22 at 17:10What is the word for an unmarried female? [closed]
oct 20 at 17:39Does the word 'God' with a capital G have a plural form?
sep 23 at 5:34What is a single word describing a person who opposes another, yet is of equal status to them?
aug 22 at 12:36Can the word ‘genius’ be used as an adjective?
jun 26 '12 at 19:09“Arab” or “Arabic” or “Arabian”?
may 29 '12 at 17:55What is the opposite of “personification”?
may 19 '12 at 7:30What does the phrase “Fee-fi-fo-fum” actually mean?
apr 20 '12 at 22:24What is the origin of the phrase ‘By the by…’?
apr 18 '12 at 18:08'Seen as' or 'seeing as'
mar 25 '12 at 9:39“It is they who lied” or “it is them who lied?”
mar 14 '12 at 18:04A single word for someone who is quick to hate others
jan 16 '12 at 22:40How does one correctly pronounce the letter 'H': “Aych” or “haych”?
jan 6 '12 at 13:52Which is more correct: “burgled” or “burglarized”?
mar 31 '11 at 19:39From which language has English borrowed the most words?