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57 votes

What is wrong with the word "performant"?

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Short alternatives of the word Authentication and the word Authorisation

36 votes

What is the correct word for "dependee"?

16 votes

What is the difference between "attribute" and "property"?

8 votes

Is it correct to say "on accident" instead of "by accident"?

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"May I come in?" is misleading?

6 votes
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Were "devil" and "damned" really offensive words in Victorian times?

5 votes

Single word for "unqualified truth"

4 votes

Are actors taught to roll their "r"'s?

3 votes
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Is the usage of "speaks to" new? Is it American?

3 votes
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"Excuse I" correctness

3 votes

Is it correct to say: "I would do something, be it me"?

3 votes

Is there a term to describe speech that has a hidden meaning but is not sarcastic?

3 votes

A far away place

3 votes

"Never mind" in American English and British English

3 votes
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Word for someone who overly nurtures their online image

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How would you say 'go round the houses' in a formal way?

2 votes

What is the term for, "Don't make it a thing if it isn't a thing"

2 votes

"Mostest" vs. "most"

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why "and then some" means considerably more?

2 votes

Another "which" question

2 votes

Telling someone that they are rude

2 votes

Meanings for "tea"

1 vote

Can a negative be used to express a positive, such as "mangoes are sweet and so aren't papayas."

1 vote

"Well" and "good" as applied to the quality of photographs

1 vote

What's the word to describe work that is a waste of effort?

1 vote

Present Continuous instead of Present Perfect Continuous?

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Verbs to describe how light moves

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What is a word or phrase for when an artist cannot live up to his (or another author's) earlier work?

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A word to describe "people I care about"