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18 votes

What is a word that means "something that is commonly known, but not commonly talked about"?

8 votes

A word for a statement that doesn't need to be said

5 votes

using of inversion in english

5 votes
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What should I use, listen or listened?

5 votes

What is the word to describe a situation where one makes a big deal out of things that can be done with little effort?

4 votes
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What's an elegant single word for "A new beginning" or "Fresh start"

4 votes

Semantic constraints on "have a problem V-ing"

4 votes
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Why are "Assumed rental cars broke easily" and "Were surprised that rental cars were new" wrong for "they thought rental cars totally ripped"?

3 votes

What does "move his bust around" mean in this context?

3 votes

Speaker Paul Ryan said "encouraged with" but media is saying "Ryan encouraged by". Why?

3 votes

Synonyms for "recently"

3 votes

Difference Between "May" and "May Opt"

3 votes

What does the word 'circumambiate' mean?

2 votes

A word for making an event more likely or less likely

2 votes

1.3 Liters or 1.3 Liter? Fractions and plural form

2 votes

Is there a name for an answer to a question that is the subject in the question?

2 votes

What noun means opposite of "slacker" but is less extreme than "overachiever"?

2 votes

Looking for a word or phrase to describe the "scars" left behind from any form of "good time"

2 votes

Does "Period of Continence" mean the same as "Prescribed waiting period"?

1 vote

What is the word of "he/she is not the project owner, but he/she is also notified?"

1 vote

What's the term for denying something so as to raise doubt?

1 vote

A strange meaning of the word "handle". Can it mean "a leader"?

1 vote

What's an idiom for missing the obvious?

1 vote

The judge decided to allow broadcast of the trial

1 vote

Verb for understanding something so well that it becomes part of your nature

1 vote

Simple or perfect

1 vote

Professionally Indicate a Misspelling

1 vote

"Knowledgeable" needs an "about" in the end?

1 vote

Word or idiom for the "traditional" charade without ambiguity?

1 vote

Hissing a word or phrase?