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Zan700
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English equivalent to the Japanese saying "高転びに転ぶ" - A haughty man should tumble down?

11 votes

Is there a correct gender-neutral singular pronoun ("his" vs. "her" vs. "their")?

11 votes

What emotion is the 'Mad Scientist' showing when they say "I'll show them all!"

9 votes
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What does "cultured face" mean?

6 votes

A single word for a person who couldn't fulfill his/her dream

6 votes

A word for fake sympathy?

6 votes

Term for a person who dreams or imagines events that later take place

6 votes

What word or expression describes the attitude of "if I can't have it, nobody can"?

5 votes

Is there a way to say an object is susceptible to being carried away by wind?

5 votes

Adjective for someone who doesn't react when someone insults them?

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"Figure A and B" or "Figures A and B"

4 votes

Usage of the word "steward"

4 votes

What does "wrong to the light" mean?

3 votes

Word or phrase for people who spend a long time in each others company

3 votes

An adjective for a "scene" that has a lot of different things in it?

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In this example, is the correct usage 'she' or 'her'?

3 votes
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Does the adjective 'ridiculous' always mean something bad?

3 votes

What is an alternative for "filled the land"?

3 votes

Is vocative comma rule vanishing?

3 votes

Which one is correct? 'who' or 'that' in this adjective clause?

3 votes

What’s the difference between “for” and “to” in “for/to many people”?

3 votes

A word that refers to a "half-smile"?

3 votes

Meaning of "and so"

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Olden pejorative/word for a "fancy-pants"

2 votes

How to know the commonality degree of a given phrase?

2 votes

asyndeton in speech

2 votes

Comparing Grammar of Two Forms of A Quote

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More formal synonym of "bullshit artist"?

2 votes

What is the word for someone who tries so hard to get to something but he can't and it's not his fault?

2 votes

Differentiate between past and present just by pronunciation when word is followed by d- or similiar sound

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