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I am searching for the adverbial form of "undefeatable" or a suitable synonym

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What does Dickens mean by "servant" in A Christmas Carol?

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recommended, like a priggish elder sister, to unruly siblings and apprentices

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When is "next times" acceptable?

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Alternative term for 'cargo cult'

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Is there a term to describe a human who has been turned into an animal by some external force or actor?

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Is this sentence correct? Could you please help me?

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Term to express a range of fluctuation

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What is the meaning of 'above' in :" I've always been proud above my station in life'"?

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Word or phrase that means correct, but difficult to interpret - the opposite of expressive?

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Can we use a semicolon before "to"-infinitives?

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"Humanities studies is my zone of interest." Is that sentence natural?

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What are the differences between determination and motivation?

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If you can insert the word "like" and "as" into what people assume is a metaphor, isn't it really a simile?

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What term is there for someone who twists someone else's words to have totally different meaning?

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Does this sound natural to native speakers?

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"To not undertake" or "not to undertake"

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What does it mean when someone says "the result is the gravy, not the turkey"?

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What does "note of office" mean in this context?

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Can an imperative sentence have a subject?

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A word or phrase to express "écrivain engagé", a committed writer?

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"Within me" or "within myself"

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"All hazards and dangers we barter on chance"

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"survey the landscape" idiomatic?

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Word for being asked many difficult questions

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I had a girlfriend. She (was/is) an american. Which one is correct and doesn't sound odd?

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Is there a word for sets of words with related meaning in English, like 'yellow' and 'green' or 'January' and 'February'?

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Is there a collective word for the different "alphabets" used by different languages?

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What is a word or phrase for 'historically' but only relating to my personal lifetime? Something similar to 'in my experience'

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I was wondering if this sentence was correct