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Origin of the word "yeet"

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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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How do you say 1/1024th

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

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Shakespeare's Macbeth "Conduct me to (mine) host" Mine host vs My Host

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Is there a term for an equivocal compound e.g. "guinea pig"

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Is there a word for the stopping of a downward movement specifically.?

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Can one 'reject a vector on another vector'?

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Other ways to say 'take your time' / 'whenever you can' / 'no rush'?

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Meaning of be wired to do

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Is there a single word for the quality of doing good works for others without any selfishness?

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How to set a possible date / time

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Looking for a word to refer to quality of knowing one is wrong

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What is the term for an argumentative style that relies on immediately extrapolating or threatening worst outcomes?

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Looking for a word that implies another person's presumed experience

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What does "pans" mean in this passage?

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Origin of the phrase "That's mighty white of you..."

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Does using 'pen' as a verb unambiguously mean that what is written was written with a pen?

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Mizzle and drizzle

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A word for an object that doesn't fit in.

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Can we use "soar" as a noun?

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

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What is eponymous in the other direction?

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Is "publicate" well used word?

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An adjective for "censorship" when it is really strong

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"Some researches show" or "some research works show"?

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What do you call a language spoken with a thick accent?

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How can I describe walking through a strong wind?

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Can the relative word 'what' mean "the person(s) that/who"? If so, when can it and when can it not?

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Is it grammatically correct to "predict" something from the past?

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