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48 votes

“kinda”, “sorta”, “coulda”, “shoulda”, “lotta”, “oughta”, “betcha”, "tseasy", etc. What are these?

34 votes

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

10 votes

What form of emphasis was used before printing?

9 votes

Backstabs you constantly in a subtle way

8 votes

Word for "not putting thought into something"

6 votes

Can someone cease to be a "founder"?

6 votes

Use of "Holocaust" in The Great Gatsby

6 votes

What are the words for people who cause trouble believing they know better?

5 votes

What do you call a person that helps buy things?

3 votes

Should one use "of" when abbreviating "number of..." using "no."?

3 votes
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What is the difference between "practical" and "practicable"?

2 votes

The word "still" as an adjective -- does it have a connotation of 'somehow related to death or the dead"?

2 votes

Phrase or one word request for 'Bitch pass'

2 votes
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Is there an English equivalent of the Portuguese saying "Seven dogs to a bone"?

2 votes

Don't bring a knife to a gunfight

2 votes

Family business name apostrophe 's or s'

2 votes
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Is there a term for the useful components of an animal?

1 vote

A word for being aroused, pleased, and excited by an abstract idea

1 vote
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Is there a term for a sentence with no (or implied) subject? If so, what?

1 vote

Relationship between paper and pencil markings on it

1 vote
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Extol the virtues antonym

1 vote
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Bring someone back (down) to earth?

1 vote

Grammar: Is it correct to say 'irresistible to click'?

1 vote

Politically correct way of saying "perceived by others as better"

1 vote

Is there a word for salivating in response to negative stimuli, as opposed to positive stimuli?

1 vote
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Punctuation in an indirect quotation

1 vote

Orderer - Person who Orders

1 vote

What is the word that means -"to lose against a totally inexperienced opponent"?

1 vote

A facility, in a rural setting, used to breed and train horses?

1 vote

To make your personal enemy or rival