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71 votes

What is worse than "mediocre"?

29 votes

What is a word for a person who constantly speaks negatively?

23 votes

Idiom or proverb that implies " the evidence contradicts what you claim"

21 votes

Is there a similar English phrase for this Tamil proverb - "Lavish outside home yet starving inside of it"?

19 votes

What is the antonym of the verb "equip"?

14 votes

Is "Whom did you give the book?" ungrammatical?

12 votes
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You say something but you don't really mean it: an adjective to describe that offer or a phrase

9 votes

Is there a word to describe the direction in which the sun's main rays come from?

9 votes

What are words that describe "the people" in the same way that "the machine" describes the ruling class?

6 votes

Is there an English equivalent for this Tamil proverb - "A painting of a bottle gourd is worthless while preparing stew"?

6 votes

In Rudyard Kipling's poem, "if", what do "unforgiving minute" and "worth of distance run" mean?

6 votes

What's a single word for a person who doesn't follow the crowd?

5 votes

Is there a word that means "not fitting my preferred version of reality"?

5 votes
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To pack an artery

4 votes

Formal way of saying "I'm on it"

4 votes

word or phrase for 'collective serendipity' or win-win situation

4 votes

Term for doing something little by little?

4 votes

What do you call a person who reads other's thoughts

3 votes

Is there a word for 'a person who can't differentiate between right and wrong'?

3 votes

I have a bodyguard in order to protect myself

3 votes

Adjective for serving as a typical example, validity of exemplative

3 votes

What do you call a glade or path created artificially in order to to prevent wildfires?

3 votes
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What is the serious version of "dabble"?

3 votes

At a shop or in a shop?

3 votes
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Analyze the role of "had the Chinese not come" in this sentence

3 votes
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Are double negatives *always* wrong?

2 votes

Is there a single word that means: doing something bad in the name of something good?

2 votes

Is there a phrase(or a metaphor) that describes a person who has a restless mind?

2 votes

Why is the "to" in "we may see the price to rise" is wrong?

2 votes
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Walking on/in/through/by a road?