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A word sounding like "weatherall" to refer to "someone who doesn’t have the courage"

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Is there any idiom or proverb discouraging knowledge?

34 votes

What do you call a minor flaw in a work that makes you realize how perfect/flawless it is otherwise?

24 votes

Appropriate word for someone immune to embarrassment?

23 votes

English equivalent to "a small fruit in an elephant's mouth"

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Is there a verb meaning "to make similar"?

18 votes

Is there an idiom available, that is exactly opposite to "Cake walk" or "Child's play"?

16 votes

A fun, catchy way to say the opposite of a 'no-brainer'?

14 votes

Beginning a sentence with a gerund?

13 votes

What is the idiom used when you don't do something right away but do it eventually?

12 votes

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

9 votes

Is there an English idiom that is equivalent to "throwing stones at sewage will only spoil your dress"?

7 votes

Are there English equivalents to a Japanese old saying, “Be the mouth of cock rather than remaining as the tail of ox”?

7 votes

Saying that refers to not going overboard in solving a problem when a simple solution exists

7 votes

What sense of "hack" is involved in "five hacks for using coffee filters"?

7 votes

Why does "right" mean "clockwise"?

6 votes

What is the best word to describe someone who always anticipates things?

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Collective name for source and target

6 votes

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

6 votes

What is a word for annoying behavior which decreases enjoyment for the other players in a game?

6 votes

What is the opposite of an exhaustive list?

6 votes

Can't make sense of a paragraph from Lovecraft

5 votes

Homograph challenge

5 votes
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Term that means adaptation to a suboptimal situation

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What does "long enough to" mean?

5 votes

Verb for understanding something so well that it becomes part of your nature

5 votes

How can the Chinglish expression "you can you up" be translated?

5 votes

Wishful thinking to the point of lunacy

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Commas in plurals of numbers (1000s vs. 1,000s) in web writing

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Bubble wrapped the brickles?

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