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Sep
20
answered Is “at turns” a familiar idiom as ‘at every turn’ ‘in turn(s)’ and ‘by turn(s)’ are?
Sep
19
answered What makes 'admix' different from 'mix'?
Sep
19
answered “Feel free to hit me up” — “at”? “on”? “via”?
Sep
19
answered What does “several states of mind away” mean? Does it mean a strange place or something else?
Sep
19
answered What's the meaning of “joint winner”?
Sep
17
answered Etymology of “catch a bosso”
Sep
17
answered Why the discrepancy between number and case in (some) British English?
Sep
17
answered Does “Bounce” have a negative sense when you want someone to leave?
Sep
17
answered Question about “either and neither”
Sep
15
answered What does the expression “for crying out loud” mean?
Sep
14
answered Etymology of “ruggit”?
Sep
14
answered “To go below a minimum numeric requirement”: opposite of “exceed”
Sep
14
answered Word for getting service from friends/family unofficially
Sep
13
answered Canadian spelling: why?
Sep
13
answered “again” in “Today is the oldest you've ever been and the youngest you'll ever be again.”
Sep
5
answered “Do a shop” for “go shopping”
Sep
5
answered Does “Make for the hills” still hold currency as an idiom?
Sep
5
asked The revenge of the gifted amateur … be afraid, be very afraid …
Sep
4
answered “For <xxx> sake” - which variant is more common?
Sep
4
answered If the conditions warrant