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Will Crawford
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27 votes

Backstabs you constantly in a subtle way

21 votes

Is there an adage in English for "realizing you are not the biggest"?

11 votes

Idiom for something that a person does that further bolsters your belief about something

10 votes

Idiom meaning to talk about something everyone already knows

10 votes

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

9 votes

A word or phrase for 'enemy of faith'

7 votes
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A Term for a writer producing a lot content

6 votes

Brief words to describe people who are not able to shop because of old age and / or absence of shops nearby

6 votes

How to parse "It's not about you"

5 votes

Confusion caused by delays in human communication: layman's term word or phrase

4 votes

Does the phrase "not nearly as many as" imply some level of similarity?

4 votes

Difference between "touching", "about" and "concerning" as a preposition

4 votes

Origin of the adverbial phrase “all but” meaning “very nearly”?

4 votes

What is the formal word to say something is 'nice-to-have'?

4 votes

Is there a word for the material of a forest floor?

3 votes

What is “a place with a lot of wind“ called in English?

3 votes

What's the difference between around the clock and 24/7?

3 votes

Is the word “key” of the sentence an uncountable noun or an adjective?

3 votes

How to express the concept "la ficelle est trop grosse"?

2 votes

Is there a specific word or term for when ordinarily sensible people express hysterical or irrational ideas?

2 votes

get, have etc a grasp of something vs a grip on something

2 votes
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Word for the tragic hero's journey

2 votes
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Term for Performing Action Early to Account for Delay of Transmission?

2 votes

Word to describe an absorbing activity which causes one to fail to notice the passage of large amounts of time

2 votes

Self-Questioning in TV interviews

2 votes

The origin of 'hmm'

2 votes

"I was late, and so I got fired." Can we use two conjunctions in a row?

2 votes

Does it sound too formal to say "Please be aware that..." to a friend?

1 vote

What’s a word to describe an opinion given by someone not qualified to give it?

1 vote

What does " pulp" mean in this context?