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Dan
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165 votes

Single-word antonym for "cheapest"?

88 votes

Word for a person who freely shares others' secrets

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Is there an equivalent term to "Cold Turkey" for starting something instead of quitting something?

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Should "ya" have an apostrophe? "Doin"? Etc

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Is "fight windmills" idiom common in modern spoken English?

53 votes

What do you call the facial expression or the state just before bursting into tears?

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Nonreligious version of "heaven knows that…"

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Adjective of "testosterone"

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A word for first name and middle name/s, but not last name

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An appropriate question tag for "He's too weak to walk."

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How did "run over him" evolve to "run him over" over the last 50 years?

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A word for "using two words next to each other that mean the same thing"?

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Word for disproportionate punishment?

21 votes

"A cup of hot coffee" or "A hot cup of coffee"

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What could be a snappy equivalent for the French catchphrase "si c'est gratuit vous êtes le produit"?

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What is the strange taste feeling that one gets when eating a quince or unripe plum or persimmon?

19 votes

What is it called when you raise a problem and someone else makes it seem like you're entitled by bringing up something far worse?

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Is "dear" commonly used to describe something that costs too much?

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Idiom or expression request that would convey same meaning as this Persian set phrase " simple yet impossible to imitate"

15 votes

Is there an adverb for smell?

14 votes

Blanket term for things we often buy at grocery store that are not groceries, e.g., toilet paper, laundry detergent, window cleaner, saran wrap

13 votes

"The die were cast."

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When is it correct to use "scissors" as a singular noun?

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Word for "influencing or manipulating people without their knowledge"

12 votes

What is the opposite of 'gravitas'?

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What's one word for the phrase 'the act of taking your head back on seeing something strange'?

12 votes

Which is the correct spelling of mom/mum in the UK?

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"God's own country"

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Are there any "fake" French words used in English?

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a person who behaves in an overly familiar way

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