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122 votes

What's a good idiom or saying to say "don't leave your current job before getting another"?

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What is the opposite of "hunger level"?

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Is the term "Dead bodies" incorrect?

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What is wrong with saying "pleased to meet you"?

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Semicolon usage in this sentence

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What do you call someone who is supported?

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Does a word meaning "Created Recklessly for Temporary Use" exist?

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Use of "have had" , "had had", "has had"

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What is the correct word to refer to a company's home area?

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What is the origin and meaning of the suffix -late, as in "isolate" and "desolate"?

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Is there a word for when a word changes from a noun to a verb?

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unknown usage of verb "pit"

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Correct meaning of 'for the sake of brevity'

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"These sort of things": is it grammatical? (2,670,000 hits on Google)

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What is the word for using one word to replace another for cosmetic reasons?

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Indispensability of 'to' after 'ought' in British English

6 votes

What is an idiomatic parallel for “read between the lines” pertaining to speech?

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What is the etymology of "pan out"?

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What is a word for food including meat?

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"Provide us with X" or "provide us X"?

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Word for persons with similar faces

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Is there a more distinguished word for "forget"?

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Word for an event that will likely never happen again

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To spell a word using words

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“I’ll believe it when I see it” for things that aren’t supposed to be referred to visually?

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Is there a synonym for the phrase "card up his sleeve"?

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Why Hands and Feet?

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What type of object is 'whom' in this sentence?

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A word that describes a positive form of envy

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What does “big league” in President Trump’s remarks mean? Is it common to use “big league” in English as an adjective or adverb?

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