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D Krueger
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Academic way of saying "On the other hand"

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Any other good way of saying "Happy Birthday"?

32 votes

How did nominal come to mean "within acceptable tolerances"?

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"A wrong answer" vs "the wrong answer"

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Antonym of "highlight" (as in highlight of the movie)

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Is "a ways to go" grammatically correct?

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Word for the opposite of a feature in software development. An unwanted feature

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What exactly is encumbered code?

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Meaning of the valediction "Yours, &c."

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Did gamblers get their lingo "hijacked?"

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What does “You should have been christened Eve” mean?

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Derogatory term for people from places like San Francisco

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A pedant's plea for a proper pun

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A word for someone trying to make people underestimate him

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What does "lemon on" mean in this context?

8 votes

Is there a verb for online-ness and offline-ness?

8 votes

A word meaning "looking like the object that it describes"

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Is it appropriate to omit "to" after "ought"?

7 votes

Completing something just to finish it despite lack of interest - is called …?

7 votes

Is ‘Not a peep’ an idiom, or just plain statement?

7 votes

Using "TM" for trademarked term - every time or just once?

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When to use "hit" instead of "go"

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Term for wordplay using adjacent repetition of homophones

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Is the apostrophe (') supposed to be omitted in names like 'King's Cross', 'King's Singers'?

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Term for type of fast food restaurant

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Is "grab" an informal way of saying "learn"?

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Is there a better word than "just" for describing the recency of an event?

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Is "Roach Motel" now an established English term for some kinds of buisiness behaviour?

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Is there a single word for "moving unhinderedly"?

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Is there an idiom that conveys the meaning of the French “mi figue mi raisin”?