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What is a word that denotes a seemingly upstanding (generally well-doing) citizen who is in reality a crook, cruel, or morally questionable?

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When and why did the word "pasta" become commonly used?

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Is there a word to describe someone who dislikes incompetence?

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Word for one too many items

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Is there a word to describe the portion of one's total funds that may be spent as opposed to the portion which must be held on to?

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What do we call something that assigns a weight to each case study which shows the importance of that case?

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A word for "when someone does something for your benefit while you are active on something else"?

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Where does Cloth-Head come from?

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What is it called when you raise a problem and someone else makes it seem like you're entitled by bringing up something far worse?

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Proper formal synonyms for "blessed"

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Looking for a descriptive word(s)) to describe digest/summation/pocket culture

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"Industry sources" meaning

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What is a formal word for "good looks"?

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Is there a word for the selective removal of items from a list (other than cull)?

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Is there a word for "automatic" with negative connotations?

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Is "safes" an acceptable alternative to "makes safe"

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Is there an English equivalent for "Les carottes sont cuites", while keeping the vegetable reference?

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Is it OK to say "The situation is pregnant with a crisis"?

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Things you stick your face through for photos

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What do you call a road that goes up and down?

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Is there a single adjective for "mercenary-like attitude"?

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Is there a single adjective for "mercenary-like attitude"?

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Word for someone who is driven by morality

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Word to describe a person who always tries to hide their skills from other colleagues

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Is there an idiom for "Your decision can change at the last moment"

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Antonym for "derived"/"derivative"

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A positive-sounding word synonymous to 'dismantling'

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A verb for “The cartographer painstakingly ___ a map of the city.”

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A word for "a forceful part that temporarily becomes part of a whole without losing its unique identity"

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Is there an idiom to describe something that is given under the pretenses of kindness (e.g., as a gift), but which is actually not good?