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47 votes

Words with "bi-" prefix that no longer mean "two"

29 votes

A single word or phrase for something that necessarily causes both harm and benefit?

24 votes

Whoever gets there first reaps the most benefits - word for this?

23 votes

I don't know the meaning of "salt allowance"

13 votes

What is the opposite of fad?

13 votes

What is the correct word for an extra cost from a customer perspective? The opposite of discount

13 votes

What's the verb for "cooking" pizza?

7 votes

Is there an idiom for "Your decision can change at the last moment"

6 votes

Word for a web site that can be used on mobile/tablet/PC/others

4 votes

Term for a person with no financial debts or obligations

3 votes

What do you call the cap on dish-washing detergent bottles?

3 votes

Does calling a road 'wavy' convey its shape clearly?

3 votes

Opposite of "sexy clothes"

3 votes

What are these containers called for waste?

3 votes
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Meaning and connotation of "fixing a plate"

2 votes

Hypernym for "veg" and "non-veg"

2 votes

Is there a single word for 'without a beginning'?

2 votes

Is there a specific verb for when a person goes "um" and "ah" while they are thinking what to say?

2 votes

Hypernym for "bark", "meow", "roar"

2 votes

Idiom for “pretending to like someone when you actually hate them”

1 vote

Filler sounds in English

1 vote

Is there a more polite idiom for "comparing whose penis is larger"?

1 vote

single word for 'Hospital' and 'Clinic'

1 vote

Idiom for something cheap that is expensive to replace

1 vote

Noun or best suggestion to describe the accumulation of interaction (pos/neg) between two people

1 vote

"I you already know": is this proper English?

1 vote

Is there a name for a song that describes a dance?

1 vote

Is there a word that encompasses both Aerodynamic and Hydrodynamic?

0 votes

President / Chairman in politics

0 votes

Is there a word like "both" but for a greater number of xyz?