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2 votes

Which is correct: "drive safe" or "drive safely"?

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Does a "fact" have to be true?

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What would be the non-medical equivalent to the word "contraindications"?

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What does "period charm" mean?

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Making comparison using "that of" twice

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Word with a meaning of "personal internal struggle"

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Antonym of nature, that implies the cities and infrastructure constructed by man

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Is it necessary to use article before" law and order" in the given sentence below?

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Word to describe someone doing something even though told not to

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Is it necessary to use the past perfect if a time expression makes the order of events clear?

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‘World Aquatics Championships’

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What adjective means "accurately representitive of reality"?

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How to hyphenate "non self destructive"?

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What is the difference between the words "retort" and "riposte"?

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Is "hiree" a word or are there alternative words with such meaning?

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What do you call someone who defines and oversees the work required to complete a task?

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An adverb for when you're not exaggerating

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What is the meaning of ‘drive up’?

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"Indian" comes from Italian/Spanish "gente in dios" (God-like people)? False etymology?

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spatio or spatial

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How do you say 1/1024th

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Origin of the word "yeet"

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Does the word "hovel" have an offensive connotation?

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Alternatives to the phrase 'I was like..'

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What's a word or phrase for when someone claims an ability but can't demonstrate it on request?

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What's a good word to describe a public place that looks like it wouldn't be rough?

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What is the term for having dyslexic sorts of issues with spoken words?

2 votes

Which is the preferred spelling, "byproduct," "by-product," or "by product?"

1 vote

Using divorce as an intransitive verb

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Parallelism with "have" and "have been" sounds wrong

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