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Stefan
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9 votes

Word for the situation wherein you lose interest in life due to boredom

6 votes

Is there a word for imitating language sound?

5 votes

Do parenthetical statements change subject-verb agreement?

3 votes

Nouns for people getting better at some activity

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What's the name of a person who gives his name to owns something for somebody that can't have anything legally tied to his name?

3 votes

Is there a word/phrase to describe someone who works from home?

3 votes

A saying similar to "playing whack-a-mole"

2 votes

"There is" OR "There are" an unusual number of bees this summer?

2 votes
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Is there an English metaphor/saying for this expression?

2 votes

Alternative term for 'cargo cult'

2 votes

What is the etymology of "board" as in boarding a ship or an airplane?

2 votes
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A word for defining inspirational artwork

2 votes

"Polishing Saint-in-the-Box"?

2 votes

Is there a synonym for "numerifying"?

1 vote

What's the term for a widely accepted cultural idea?

1 vote

Is "insomatic" a word? Is it used correctly in the following sentence?

1 vote

what is the meaning of " treated observation"?

1 vote

The first association?

1 vote

"adjusting glasses"?

1 vote

How to describe this text alignment feature with varied font sizes

1 vote

"Both win in this case, the students [...] and science..." is the sentence incorrect?

1 vote

What is the word for a person who is not stupid or a fool, but deliberately trivializes things?

1 vote

What term describes implying an unspoken question?

1 vote

What is the term for "overlooking words with letters written in reverse"?

1 vote

word similar to obfuscation, used for comedy

1 vote

What is the single name for this switch thing?

1 vote

General term for a datum and its metadata together?

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Grammaticality of "raise an email"

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Subject, Verb Object (and so forth) sentence analysis. In particular: What's the Verb here?

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extreme situations in a fuzzy phenomenon