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159 votes

What is the term for a beginner who is already very good?

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Proverb for when one person sees something, but someone else takes it

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What is the plural of the noun "go" (as in “have a go”)?

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What do native English speakers call chips/fries that are no longer crispy?

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Proverb: If Something is Managed By Many, Things Are Missed

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What is a word for fake seriousness, especially when you are intending to be funny

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Do people still use the traditional pronunciation of "zoology" so it starts with "zo" not "zu"?

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What do you call these "rolls" on old clothes?

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Epithet, sobriquet, and moniker: What's the difference?

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Is there a single adjective for "mercenary-like attitude"?

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What’s the adjectivealform of “odaxelagnia”?

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I am searching for a word or phrase that describes reflected light, dancing light etc

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Single word to replace "allowed to be missing"

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What is a word for a restriction imposed by a person's religion?

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Is there one word for "being deceived into complying"?

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Why is it "Rhine", but "Rhenish"?

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Word for the situation wherein you lose interest in life due to boredom

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Verb for replacing common words with unnecessary jargon?

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Is "alienesque" a redundant form of "alien" as a adjective?

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What is an adjective for somone who displays ‘fake’ gravitas?

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A word to describe someone who is bad at handling their emotions?

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What is a good word to describe watery eyes?

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PETA wants workers to “bring home the bagels”

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What adjective means "accurately representitive of reality"?

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Word to describe someone doing something even though told not to

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spatio or spatial

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What's the etymology of "limerence"?

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Why is it correct to say "fewer calories" when calories are continuous?

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A word or phrase for 'enemy of faith'

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If a prostitute "solicits" a potential client, what verb is used for requesting or engaging a prostitute's services?

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