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28 votes

What is "the exception that proves the rule"?

20 votes

"Lunch" vs. "dinner" vs. "supper" — times and meanings?

14 votes

Are there other idioms like "a stone's throw away" that both describe an activity and act as a measurement?

10 votes
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What is the difference between "urgent" and "critical"?

10 votes

Term for measuring in fractions of 1

10 votes

Word for romantic partner you are living with but not married to

8 votes

Antonym for "Virgin"

7 votes

Single word for "Private Realm"

6 votes

"Saving on the parrot's chocolate is futile"

6 votes

How do native English speakers respond to "Thank you"?

5 votes

How do you say 'Twisted' Congress power balance?

5 votes

Is there a word meaning a problem that has to be solved in order to work on another problem?

5 votes

Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors - what category?

4 votes

Is there a prefix for "infinite"?

4 votes
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Why did ‘off-the-shelf' come to mean ‘in stock, ready-made, and easily available’?

3 votes

How should I address someone with a known name and unknown gender?

3 votes

What's the opposite of "retaliate"?

3 votes

Synonym for "ad-hoc" that conveys rigor

3 votes

Common expression for "frame conditions" for a working concept/process

2 votes

I set an unlit campfire on fire?

2 votes

What do you call a person who uses vulgar words too often?

2 votes

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

2 votes

Is "chubby" offensive?

2 votes

What's the most common word to refer to a soccer team's shield (or coat of arms)?

2 votes

Once a super computer, but now no longer?

1 vote

Does sympathy necessarily mean pity?

1 vote

Which word you would choose as a superlative of "wrong"?

1 vote

Does responsibility come with consequences?

1 vote

Idiom for restlessness

1 vote

Using i.e. in parentheses