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Idiom meaning to give a stern lecture

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Antonym for “elitist” with a negative connotation?

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What is a word to describe one's thoughts that sound logical and reasonable but, in reality, they are not?

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Word for taking initiative but with a negative connotation

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Idiom for promoting someone to get rid of them

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Medieval synonym for outgun

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What word fits the sentence: 'it was proven with great _______'?

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Structure you walk under or through while entering a settlement

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Why do 'fast' and 'fastness' mean the same thing?

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Nautical term used to the small objects of a sail that are passed though the mast ~ Translation of ‘garrucho’

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What term would describe the following poetry elements like rhyme, alliteration, assonance, etc. that relate to the way the word is sounded?

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What's it called when a factual account spins itself in "folklore" (e.g., refers to wildlife as "legendary creatures")?

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Question about literary devices (probably personification)

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Term for words that don't have a meaning on their own

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Is there an English word to describe when a sound "protrudes"?

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What is the word for a concept which represent a variety of ideas?

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Opposite of "mutually exclusive": word for things that necessarily exist together