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freeling10
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35 votes

Neutral to moderately offensive word for unimportant and uninteresting town

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What is the word equivalent to "dine with me" for lunch?

6 votes

A Team of Five?

6 votes

What do you call a person who is utterly independent and a loner?

4 votes

What does "society's finest" mean in this context?

4 votes

Good coming from bad

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How to express "lucky" in formal writing?

4 votes

Is there a word for the sound the wind makes?

3 votes

One word for students, faculty and staff at a university

3 votes

Meaning of "a hundred of" in the mentioned context?

2 votes

Is the usage of 'of course' correct in this sentence?

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Is there any difference of meaning between 'I am happy to be going home' and 'I am happy to go home'?

1 vote

Is there a word for singing in a way that denotes utter desperation, anguish, or otherwise being at one's emotional edge?

1 vote

Difference between "then" and "just then"

1 vote

“Everything you want (to do)” vs “All you want (to do)”

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Which one is (more) correct: "might very easily have had a different result" or "might have very easily had a different result"?

1 vote
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Never have I had seen such a beautiful lady ( is it correct? )

1 vote
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One word to describe a boy who immediately jumps to do what he is told

1 vote

Attention vs attentiveness

1 vote

Difference between "get hands on" and "get"

1 vote
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Does every "whether" have to be followed by an "or"?

1 vote

Name for feeling of death of hope

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Describing an inaccurate statement

1 vote

Asking questions without "do" in them

1 vote

"extraordinary class assignment"?

1 vote

"One of my family" VS "one of my family members"

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Is jigaboo a bad word?

1 vote

How do I tell someone I had a great time the last time I saw them

1 vote

"with" in a sentence -- the "comitative case"?

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Meaning of "remain" ("remain concerned")