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What's the name of this shade of blue? [closed]

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Is there a word that means "to keep away"?

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Alternative word for "reprimandable"? [closed]

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Word for "person with a wish"? [closed]

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Are there subtle differences between "Again, ..." and "Once again, ..."?

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Is there a word/phrase/euphemism that means "fat" that includes either the word "meat" or "flesh" (used on men)? [closed]

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Is there a word that could either mean to take a bath or take a shower?

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Is "that" necessary in the following case? [duplicate]

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"Each piece of cloth" or "each piece of clothing"? [closed]

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Adjective to describe something that has "reached the cooked point"?

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Word for "loud words?" [closed]

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Is it correct/common to say "a cosmetic" as opposed to "cosmetics"?

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Does "spent it" imply a whole period in the following sentence?

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Do "at least she thought that" and "at least that was what she thought" convey the same meaning?

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Do I need a comma in the following quoted text?

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What are the onomatopoeia for opening and closing of a door (respectively)? [closed]

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Should I use a semicolon or a colon in the following case? [duplicate]

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What is a common way to address someone using 'call' without the overtones of 'call by phone?' [closed]

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Is there a word that means "to give off an odor" (a non-stinky one)? [duplicate]

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Do I need "had" in the following examples (past-tense narrative)? [closed]

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"Saw me in the subway," vs "saw me on the subway." [closed]

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Idiom that means "to want to be sure"? [closed]

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What do you call the individual sections of a subway train?

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"Snow in the sole of a shoe" or "snow on the sole of a shoe?" [closed]

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Should I write "taunt" or "taunts" in the following sentence? [closed]

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Is "then to do what" common/idiomatic?

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"Keeping a distance" vs "keeping my distance."

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Where should I add "forcefully" in the following sentence? [closed]

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"In X, I found not only" vs "In X, I not only found."

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Adjective to describe a "friend from a long time ago"?