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What's the idiom for getting lost in a (malfunctioning) bureaucracy?

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How can I say I can't guarantee information I'm about to give is correct?

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Is there a word for an object that is no longer kept for its original purpose but instead for sentimental value?

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Term for an insincere invitation..?

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"We are all just prisoners here, of our own device"

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Can the passive "to be amazed" be active?

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What is a more refined & formal way to say 'we eat our own dog-food'?

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Is there a verb meaning "to make similar"?

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Is there a widely-accepted opposite of "as the crow flies"?

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What are correct words to use in order to name a user that updates something?

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Treacle is viscous; alcohol is ____?

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Résumé formality: "Struck a deal that resulted in savings of XXX"?

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What is a word to describe an ambiguous amount of time?

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Problem with two abstract noun usages describe a perfume

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a word/couple to express eagerness to win

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"Clicking the button saves... " vs. "clicking the button will save..."

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Precedence: and > or?

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How should the word "brutal" be used in marketing?

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What do you call something that is not first in a sequence?

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"Accounts for last year" or "Accounts of last year"?

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Term for buzzing or hissing sound often created by vibration

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Is there a word for “not greedy”?

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Single-word antonym for "cheapest"?

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How to express reduction from 10 or 100 billion to 1 billion

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Word for the collectively leadership and important roles in a society

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Is there a term for grammatical mistakes as a result of trying too hard?

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"Plan not to retire" or "Plan to not retire"?

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How to express that the temperature is high?

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What is the opposite of using something judiciously?

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to "sleep" vs to "go to sleep"