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Jelila
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What is the difference between "English" and "British"?

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Does "capitalistic enterprise" mean capitalism in this sentence?

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Polite alternative for "none of your business"

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Is there a phrase that means sleeping with someone without sex?

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Difference between "this" and "that" when referring to a previous sentence

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Use of the word "Refraining"

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Name of the fabric towels are made from - flannel or terry cloth?

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Word for an event that will likely never happen again

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An adjective to replace "so random" (to describe one who is apt to say random things)

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Difference between "provincial" and "parochial"?

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Is there an adjective for someone who looks like a vampire?

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Meaning of "generating new actualities" in context

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What do native English speakers mean by "Russian"?

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Alternatives for "furrowed brows"

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Singular they = general they

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Notebook to write your feelings, thoughts, etc. about a person (deceased) or an organization on a special occasion

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Can I use "parallel myriad" in a sentence and would that be an oxymoron?

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Word or phrase that means to solve a problem mainly via trial and error

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Phrase request: emphasizing benefits of performing an activity that is often perceived as boring

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Is there a word for somebody who's fond of hard alcohol as opposed to beer or wine?

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Looking for a word that captures knowledge, and falsely assuming that everyone else has it, thereby selling oneself short

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Word for focusing on what you do not have?

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When you make a glottal stop in English, does the front of your tongue touch the roof of your mouth?

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Using "that" instead of "who", as a relative pronoun?

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Use of "the ill" vs. "the sick"

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Word for instance of faux pax redundancy?

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The usage of "on the way to"

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Is there a usual, widely used word (a noun) in English that can mean a nice/cute/etc cat and a nice/cute/etc guy as well (internet slang, maybe)?

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"... for all the yolk in your eggs."

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A nicer word for vanity but not quite

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