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What is "musset"?

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'Earth-based' adjective counterpart to 'Lunar' or 'Solar'

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An English equivalent of Arabic idiom ‘Show us the breadth of your shoulders’

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Word to describe a person who only speaks a few words

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…down the primrose path

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What is that feeling...?

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The words more powerful than "ask", but less powerful than "demand"

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What is the word for reserving something for yourself before others do?

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What is the walking area beside a highway called in English?

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What is a word which encapsulates the meaning of both the words 'widow' and 'female divorcee' in one?

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Opposite of Extinction

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Is there a word for someone who is your relative but is neither your descendant nor you his?

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I found a reference to ‘naysmith’ in a work of science fiction. Is anybody familiar with the term?

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Does pithy need to mean terse?

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Use of 'scan' vs 'copy' vs 'scanned copy' referring to an email attachment

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Is the sentence "We see this problem be unsolvable." grammatically correct?

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How to use dates with from and to

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When to capitalize the abbreviation

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a verb for saying/understanding something in some terms

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Is 'a day' as used by this author to mean 'a full, busy, tiring day' a typical English expression or archaic / regional usage?

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Single word for : never accomplished anything in his life

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Word/phrase to fill the blank: "I could see my vague reflection on the misty window ______ my surroundings."

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Usage of "As of X" when X is not a time/date

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Is there one word for 'six and half-a-dozen'?

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Wrong usage of number

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This June - position within a sentence

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Word for "unseen characters" in Theater

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Correct way?: most abundant 10 african and 10 european ingredients

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Is "our very next work" a common phrase?

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Searching for a term, foreign derivation but used in English