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This tag is for questions seeking a phrase that fits a meaning. If you're specifically seeking only a single word, see the "single word requests" tag too.

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Use one of the terms meaning "unique" along with the word "ubiquitous". For example: "ubiquitously distinct" "Teens are such ubiquitously distinct individuals that their uniqueness often gets lo …
answered Jul 11 '18 by user22542
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You could use "intakes" or "includes" in the sense that it "A takes in B". However, these are not antonyms as your title suggests. Antonyms of "into" would be "out of" or just "excludes". https://ww …
answered Jul 9 '18 by user22542
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I don't know if it's a cultural phenomenon, but it seems like the definitions in your example are subjective interpretations of the true definition. Perhaps "subjective(ly)" comes close to the meaning …
answered Mar 11 by user22542
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Perhaps you just need to offer it on a "silver spoon". The idiom is commonly used to describe someone being so accustomed to "much better" from birth that they seem displeased with what you are offeri …
answered Feb 15 by user22542
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As a phrase, does "without resort" meet the criteria? https://www.thefreedictionary.com/resort
answered Feb 20 by user22542
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Your question asks for a word by expressing a "double negative" description. This is, in a sense, like asking for a word or phrase for "caring for something that is beneficial to you". A good word for …
answered Apr 16 '18 by user22542
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Distilling the central meanings from the "battles" idiom, the phrases "save your strength" or "don't waste your time" comes close without invoking confrontation or combat. They could even be used toge …
answered Oct 11 '18 by user22542
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I think "by flexible appointment" would also cover a random, mutually convenient meeting. This might be a workable succinct phrase to use.
answered Feb 14 by user22542
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You state that they take all of the work. The person or group represents a "monopoly" in the trade of that service. They set the price and the schedule because they are apparently the only ones provid …
answered Mar 14 by user22542
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A person having such characteristics would be considered a "neophile". Apparently there is a condition which itself is referred to as "neophilia". https://www.thefreedictionary.com/Neophile https:// …
answered Feb 25 by user22542
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You can use an idiom like "pass the baton" or "take the wheel" or "manage the helm" etc. Some examples: As the present great leader of this company, I now pass the baton over to you. I used …
answered Oct 16 '18 by user22542
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It's a "leading" question or an "interrogating" question. It is designed to prompt a specific confirmatory response. However, if those seem too general or insufficient, you might consider "verifying" …
answered Mar 8 by user22542
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I want to suggest "savant" to describe someone with noteworthy abilities that are presented without any "formal" training. The word is sometimes used to describe the highly educated as well, but this …
answered Mar 1 by user22542
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I think you want to "apply" or "utilize" the money in your account. If you want to use it all up - you might then want to "exhaust" the money in the account. “I want to utilize the money I have on …
answered Mar 5 by user22542
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Thank you for all of the context provided in your question. You might consider using "unestablished", "unfamiliar", or "little known" in your first example. The word "stray" would fit in your second e …
answered Feb 28 by user22542

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