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Jan
19
answered Someone who “eats like a …” is someone who eats a lot or has a huge appetite
Jan
19
answered What's wrong with 'Bananas are unable to grow in cold countries'?
Jan
19
answered Does being described as a “Whirling Dervish” have a positive or negative connotation?
Jan
16
answered Meaning of “… for I bought him cheap of a man that was 'bliged to sell out?”
Jan
7
answered Difference between 'voting' and 'casting a vote'
Jan
7
answered idiomatic phrases for *the threat to go to the police*
Dec
31
answered “Ronnie's wife keeps his social calendar where she keeps his balls: in her purse.”
Dec
31
answered A word that means that something is not real but feels real
Dec
31
answered What is the saying or idiom or word that means when “friends” don’t need you anymore it seems like they don’t know you anymore
Dec
17
answered Why is it always women and not men in: “Soccer mom,” “Tiger mom,” “Helicopter mom,” “Wal-Mart mom,” and “Security mom”?
Dec
17
answered What does “Legacy of the void” in terms of “Gray tsunami” mean?
Dec
6
answered Which word or phrase describes a situation where the answer is both a pro and a con?
Dec
2
answered What is the English synonym for the German word “Sparmeister”?
Nov
24
answered “old stiff” (army slang, 1940s, Br)
Oct
18
answered What is the difference between “legacy” and “inheritance”?
Oct
11
asked How is the following “at the risk of using a bad pun”?
Oct
5
answered In the phrase “man enough”, is man an adjective?
Oct
4
answered What does it mean when Americans say “We love you” in an email?
Sep
22
answered Are you an amateur(ish) fellow?
Sep
19
answered What is the etymological justification for taking the grammatical term “pluperfect” and turning it into an adjective meaning 'more than perfect"?