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Beginning a conversation "from afar"

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Proverb for when one person sees something, but someone else takes it

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Is there a word/ phrase to describe somebody who has devoted their life to practising something but is still not very good at it?

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Term for "pretending outrage to escape a conversation"

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Is the phrasal verb “buck up” used only in British English, not in American English?

2 votes

English word for "product of tinkering"

2 votes

Word for combination of strength and agility

1 vote
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A comma before "and consequently?" After "and?" After "consequently?"

1 vote

Hemingway: "to put your hat on even under the canvas at noon"

1 vote

Capitalizing Personal Titles as Substitutes for Names

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Is "Sisyphean achievement" a contradicting statement? What does it mean?

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"Was orange one of your highly rated option?"

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Word for a hope for something that is unlikely to happen

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A verb meaning "to become independent"

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Similar to 'inimitable', but about an experience that can't be repeated

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Looking for one word to describe a feeling

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Describing a noun in singular or plural?