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One word - someone so scared that he can't move

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What is the wife of a henpecked husband called?

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Etymology of a "pegged CPU"

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What's the difference between 'resolve' and 'solve'?

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Where does the period go when using parentheses?

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Term for a type of relationship that two parties benefit from

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

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What's an adjective for "alone but not lonely"?

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What can be used as formal euphemism of "hack"?

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Difference between «so that» and «such that»

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Is "a half dozen" necessarily 6, or can it be 5-7?

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The meaning of 0% and 100% as opposed to other percentages?

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What is a word to describe a lifestyle of few possessions?

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"Criteria" versus "criterion"

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Am I misusing the semicolon?

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Word for earning less than spent

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Word or idiom defining something barely functional

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What is a word that means "someone who pretends to be your friend but is actually your enemy?"

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Why do signs read "wet floor", not "slippery floor"?

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What is a word to describe inefficient communication?

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"Me and my wife" or "my wife and me"

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What's a good term for source code that could theoretically still run, but is purposefully not?

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Word that describes terms that exclude or divide people

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One who creates is a creator. What is one who updates?

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To hyphenate or not?

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How do I properly hyphenate "well thought out"?

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What is funny in this paraprosdokian?

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'The company I work for' cannot be shortened to 'My company'?

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Friendlier way to express you paid for a person's drink/dinner and expect it to be paid back

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What is meant by the (slang) word "tool," when used to refer to a person?

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