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37 votes

Is there a word for a person with only one head?

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What is the origin of the phrase "and nothing of value was lost"?

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A generic noun for something being compared?

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What are the distinctions between "authoritarian", "totalitarian", and "dictatorial"?

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What is an English adjective that means "able to learn new things quickly"?

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Face that launched a thousand ships

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Term for someone who has experienced many hardships

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Don't look a gift-horse in the mouth

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Adjective to describe surface like very fine sandpaper

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What can be used as formal euphemism of "hack"?

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Which phrase is correct, "dependent on" or "dependent upon"?

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Word that means "Simultaneously relaxed and focused"?

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Meaning of "magazine" from 1845

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What is the origin of "settle your hash?"

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Word to describe using sarcasm or a similar approach to lead someone to recognise their own mistake

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Who first used the word 'linkrot'?

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What is the exact phrase of Shakespeare’s for the phrase meaning “It’s not yet the worst when you are saying it’s the worst (situation).”?

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Pronunciation of "err"

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Is there a word to describe a person who likes chaos?

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Is "unredactable" a word?

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Obama's use of "bemused"

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Words to describe something that does not reach your expectations for it

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A single word for a secluded garden surrounded by a wall

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Is the etymology of the word "pandaemonium" in any way related to that of the mythological figure Pandora?

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Is there a term for the direct opposite?

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What would you call a person who doesn't want to learn anything new?

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Meaning of "let bygones be bygones"

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Do native English speakers use the word "touristic"?

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One word for "insulting someone by mimicking them"?

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Is there a word for the ideas you get while showering?

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