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Werrf
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  • Eternally wandering the Wood between the Worlds (physically: Ohio)
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What is a word that describes two things that are true but appear to contradict?

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Is there an idiom available, that is exactly opposite to "Cake walk" or "Child's play"?

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What is it called when experts think they only know a small part of a topic and amateurs think they know almost all of a topic?

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Registration station

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Exclamation after tricking someone

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Is there a word which is exactly the antonym of "delicious" or "succulent"?

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Comma or no comma before "PhD"?

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"What went down"

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Is there a mutual or positive way to say "Give me an inch and I'll take a mile"?

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Ambiguous parsing in the absence of prepositions

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Difference between 'pent' and 'pent up'

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Murdered in cold blood?

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What is the phrase for "plan it after it already started"?

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What does "by eyeball" mean?,

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Why would anyone say "I'm a motherf***** starboy" instead of "I'm a starboy"?

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Using a comma before or after which?

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Usage of "Please see"

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One word for when someone does something bad to you or anyone else for first time without any provocation

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What would the adjectival form of "Earl" (the title) be?

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If I say my profession is x, does that imply I am employed right now?

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How use the word "surge" properly?

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Meaning of the word "anchor"

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Derogatory term for people from places like San Francisco

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What is the word for "being unaware" but which was not deliberate

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Use of "take" in "take the Lord's name in vain"

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idiom for warning someone who has entered a place without permission or invitation?

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A word for someone who hurts the chances of others getting help

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"Other" as a pronoun for uncountable nouns

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Usage of "might" and "would" to indicate doubt

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What's the word for the simpler version of something complex