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David Pugh
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27 votes
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Alternative expression/term to trivial use of 'OCD'

25 votes

Is there a word or an idiom for people who only spend their families' money and fool around?

21 votes
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What do you call a person, who needs to stay active in order to feel comfortable?

10 votes

Is there a word or an idiom for barging in a room with anger?

9 votes
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How does an animal sit on their haunches?

8 votes

How do I identify a British idiom from an American one?

8 votes
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What is the precise difference between "wince" / "flinch" / "grimace"?

6 votes

Does the word "depression" refer to an emotion, or a condition?

5 votes
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Valedictions: "My thoughts go your way,"

5 votes
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Difference between "attempt" and "try"

4 votes

Word to describe 'frak'

4 votes

Single word request for ..love-ditsy

4 votes
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Synonyms or other ways of saying "once there"?

4 votes

English equivalent of "a**holes don't have horns"

4 votes

Capitalization in merged company name

3 votes

synonym for someone who is a "fraud" or "liar"

3 votes
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Cannot understand sentence mistake?

3 votes
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Does a pun require an explicit reference to the word being punned?

3 votes

Can "abscond" be used as a transitive verb?

3 votes

Word for speaking over others

3 votes

Expression for becoming homeless, which has the word 'street' in it? How about "pushed to the streets"?

3 votes

"more than usual" vs. "more than usually"

3 votes

How do native speakers understand "make an acquaintance"?

2 votes

The most appropriate term for a noisy machine

2 votes

Taxi Fraud or Taxi Scam?

2 votes
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There was a rumor + is/was

2 votes

Why "inspector general", and not "general inspector", like German "Generalinspektor"?

2 votes

Synonyms for the word 'scold'

2 votes
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Word Stress Within the Phrase I'm expecting someone

2 votes

Single word antonym of "empathy"