David's user avatar
David's user avatar
David's user avatar
David
  • Member for 7 years, 7 months
  • Last seen this week
63 votes

Is there an idiom for "winning a contest because you were the only participant"?

45 votes

What is the sound/audio equivalent of "unsightly"?

34 votes
Accepted

What would a British person call the biscuits that Americans put gravy on?

34 votes

Term for Gift that Turns out to be a Burden

33 votes

Is it OK to say "The situation is pregnant with a crisis"?

19 votes

Is there a sentence that begins with “them”?

18 votes

Idiom or proverb that discourages knowledge?

17 votes

Are there any words whose spelling was deliberately changed to make them non-offensive?

16 votes

How should I abbreviate "versus"?

15 votes

Looking for a word (or set of words) to describe someone who moves their residence continuously over the years?

15 votes

Usage of diacritics in loanwords

15 votes

What do you call a person who keeps talking to someone even though they're clearly not interested in talking with that person?

11 votes

Word for something that used to be popular but not anymore

10 votes

Non-vulgar alternative to “Don't care a ____”

9 votes
Accepted

Em dash and quotes

9 votes

What is a good proverb in response to "two wrongs don't make a right"?

9 votes

How should I spell Zelensky?

9 votes

What is a word for ‘not-fitting’?

8 votes

Word for "temporarily fix an issue with makeshift equipment waiting for a permanent solution" (Italian: tamponare)

8 votes

When did punctuation marks lose their associated spaces?

7 votes

The proper word to denote the end of a count-off in the line in a PE class

7 votes
Accepted

What are milder alternatives to the word 'epidemic'?

7 votes

Which is the correct spelling of mom/mum in the UK?

6 votes

"centers around the concept" vs is "based on the concept"?

6 votes

Is “since long” correct English, and if so what does it mean?

6 votes

Not sure if "combined 90 men’s years experience" is right usage as opposed to "combined 90 man years worth of experience"

6 votes

Macbeth or MacBeth (and other Scottish surnames)?

6 votes

What does "as they do" mean in this Nobel citation?

6 votes

Euphemism for "kiss"

5 votes

Is there a female or gender neutral equivalent for the verb to sire?

1
2 3 4 5
16