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Davislor
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44 votes
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'No turn unstoned' - what's this called?

30 votes
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Where does the expression "triple-A" come from?

26 votes

What’s a possible one-word replacement for “applicable in every situation”?

25 votes

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

18 votes

How do you describe, in English, a set of different ethnic groups in one word?

16 votes

What is the purpose of (-s) in "Don't hurts us"?

14 votes

Meaning of the phrase "womp womp" in American English?

13 votes

Is there a single word for 'without a beginning'?

13 votes

Writing some as (S)ome - What does this really mean?

12 votes

An adjective for "censorship" when it is really strong

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English equivalent of the Malayalam saying "don't stab/poke the dead body"?

10 votes

Why is "Consequences inflicted." not a sentence?

10 votes

What adjective means "accurately representitive of reality"?

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What is the formal name for the "buy cheap, buy twice" effect?

10 votes

Word for a person or entity who is permitted by society to do bad/greedy things because they have been charitable

9 votes

What is an antonym for 'luddite'?

9 votes

What is the wife of a henpecked husband called?

9 votes

Was the word that is now considered a slur against Japanese people ever considered simply a standard, neutral demonym?

8 votes

The company I work at has this thing we have to say every morning. What is it called?

8 votes

Why is "breaking the mould" positively connoted?

8 votes

What's it called when you get a type of award because you didn't get the award you were supposed to get?

7 votes

What is a word like "negate" but even worse?

7 votes

Transformation Of The Meaning Of the Word "Idiot"

7 votes

Do the English have an ancient (obsolete) verb for the action of the book opening?

6 votes

Sarcasm without contradiction between literal and appeared meaning

6 votes

What is the difference between “they” and “it” for people, especially for those people who identify as non-binary?

6 votes

Term for "place of death"

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What do you call a person who keeps talking to someone even though they're clearly not interested in talking with that person?

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Does English use the word ‘thou’ in any situations nowadays?

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Equivalent of "teri lal" a Hindi phrase which means "you are right" said sarcastically (but not actually meant)