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"Monkey up" to mean bungle or mess something up

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Is calling a white person "white bread" considered racist in everyday conversation?

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Word(s) to say if someone doesn't want one thing they surely don't want some second thing

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The intransitive usage of "satisfy"

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"In 200 meters slight left" - Google Maps grammatical mistake?

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An English word for deception without telling a lie?

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What does "tangent" mean?

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Synonyms for -mancy (like necromancy)

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How to write Spanish Vowel sounds into English?

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Difference between "provincial" and "parochial"?

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Can disregard be held?

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Does the English word "have" have a closer relationship with German "haben" or French "avoir"?

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Conjunction Reduction British English vs American English

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What does psychogrammatic mean?

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Humanist vs. Humanistic

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What is this little section of concrete called?

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Affect vs impact

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Single word for jumping for joy

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"Hearts and prayers": eggcorn/malapropism?

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Nuances of "I move to speak"?

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What is a word that describes something that is easy to understand?

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What is the name of the occupation of the person in charge of lighting effects on stage?

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Meaning of phrase "Meet your bogie"

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What is the opposite of "fall out of favour" with someone?

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Why is the word 'hash' associated with the '#' character?

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What do you call the professions that produce an end product and a material for the end product?

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What do you call a person who is regionally unbiased?

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A word for admiration for someone who has a trait you don't have

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What is the actual meaning of 'tuppenuth'?

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An adverb for when you're not exaggerating

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