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Jul
27
revised Terminology for “New Yorker” vs “lives in New York”
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Jul
21
revised What is the origin of the phrase “Eastern Seaboard”?
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Jul
20
revised A word for paying attention to detail
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Jul
16
revised Is there a word for a comment which makes no sense or adds nothing to the current discussion?
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Jul
14
revised Does “the N-word” have implications other than a word used for racial discrimination?
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Jul
14
revised Are there English variations to ask people to smile other than “Say cheese!” when taking a picture of others?
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Jul
11
revised What does “the contender to late-night-punch line” mean?
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Jun
27
revised “Soccer mom”: why soccer?
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Jun
20
revised Is there a male counterpart of jezebel?
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Jun
11
revised Hypernym for “customer,” “supplier”, “manufacturer”
Clarified the question.by putting them under one "umbrella."
Jun
8
revised Adjective for not first but either second, third, fourth, etc
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Jun
8
revised Opposite of Dying
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Jun
7
revised What words do you use to describe an unmatched couple?
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Jun
2
revised What does “rising senior” mean and what countries use it?
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May
16
revised Is there more than a 'double' whammy?
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Apr
16
revised What is the term for a Monarchy with only a King or a Queen, but not both?
Clarified Philip's status as English Prince.
Apr
16
revised What is the term for a Monarchy with only a King or a Queen, but not both?
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Feb
7
revised What does “spam in a can” mean?
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Feb
7
revised How did “kill” get its positive connotations?
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Nov
26
revised Why are Kansas and Arkansas pronounced differently?
Added question based on comments about "Native American" usages.