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A fun, catchy way to say the opposite of a 'no-brainer'?

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What is a common idiom meaning, 'that a recovering patient's medical situation is likely to change all of a sudden without notice or reason'?

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Is there a word that describes this particular sneaky play on words?

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Why does Anglican refer to the religious sect rather than any other aspects of “Englishness”?

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A term or phrase for speaking as clearly as possible to non-experts

10 votes

What is worse than "mediocre"?

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How do you describe one's making wrinkles between their eyebrows?

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A word to describe doing "good" things for "bad" reasons

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Word/term for a stick in the mud authority?

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Idiom/phrase for rolling rotation

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What is a word for a file that has never been compressed?

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Check vs. check up on

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Derogatory term for people from places like San Francisco

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Does 'contact number' in BrE refer to the act of contacting or to an electrical telephone contact?

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Are there any "fake" French words used in English?

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Should I use "will have" here or "would have"?