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Is there a word for something that was formerly a social norm but is no longer acceptable?

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Word describing the feeling of being there to experience something first hand

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What's a phrase that describes a person who keeps making attempts doomed to fail because they don't want their previous work to have been for nothing?

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"Planned on system": meaning (G.M. Trevelyan, A Short History of England)

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An idiom or term that pertains to defending and praising popular people just because they are successful and respected?

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Word order: Tucker Carlson’s Exit Shows Who’s the Real Star at Fox

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Is there one word for both horizontal or vertical, but not diagonal, adjacency?

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compare difficulties of two experiments using much more

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Is the word "entertainment" appropriate with reference to a movie or book about WWI?

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Blindness to one's own good traits?

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Is there another word for "only giving one side of the story"?

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Origin of the phrase "poles asunder"?

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Wanton stranger's

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What is a word that means small pieces coming together to make a big thing?

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Where can I get a list of all emotional words ranked?

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Idiomatic way of implying "by a multiplicative factor"

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What is the term for someone who provides robbers with the information on the victim?

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If X is positively correlated with Y, how do I write that down?

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Word to describe someone briskly touching another

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What is a good pejorative term for people incapable of analytical thinking?

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Is "I'd like to introduce to you" still in use? Does it fit in the following sentence?

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Is there any specific word for showing dislike facial expression?

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Is there a word or term for an attempt to simplify but which complicates instead?

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What do you call psychological diseases that affect many people at once (or many people of a society)?

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A word to describe the opposite of distant people?

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What word describes the process of a ship being slowly "swallowed" in the sea?