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Why use "would have to" in the past tense?

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What does psychogrammatic mean?

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

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"impute" as an intransitive verb

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

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Humanist vs. Humanistic

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Verb for replacing common words with unnecessary jargon?

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

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Can "would have" be used to express assumption or a guess?

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Thinking of a beloved so deeply

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Is ashaming a word?

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What is an adjective that means "someone who lets authority get to their head"?

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How to say my meetings have caused cascading delay

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How to properly reference the century one lived in when their lives cross from B.C. to A.D

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What is the word for "something that is true, but misleading"?

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Difference between "provincial" and "parochial"?

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Analyzing Will Ferrell's "I Thought" joke

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Do you capitalize yakuza?

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Is there a word for the opposite of magnify?

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

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Without a home to return to or without a home to return?

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What is a proper word for "manner of speech"?

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Single word to replace "allowed to be missing"

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Is the phrase “That is typically exactly what happens “ grammatically correct?

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Word/phrase meaning fatal blow (in an argument)

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Use of the word "wrong" in causal learning exercises

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

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Antonym for determinant

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Are analogies and metaphors both forms of comparison, with analogies being analytical thinking and metaphors being creative or lateral thinking?

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Is "moreover/further/furthermore/besides/additionally" used together with "also" a redundancy?

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