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301 votes
6 answers
144k views

What is the rule for adjective order?

187 votes
6 answers
35k views

What is the origin of ZOMG?

158 votes
6 answers
417k views

"My wife and I's seafood collaboration dinner"

86 votes
28 answers
150k views

Idiom or word for a very crowded place

71 votes
10 answers
141k views

Alternatives to "and/or"?

64 votes
6 answers
262k views

Which is correct: "prefer X to Y" or "prefer X over Y"?

52 votes
10 answers
11k views

Is "rather" shifting to become a verb?

47 votes
8 answers
52k views

Is there a subtle difference between "somebody" and "someone", "anybody" and "anyone"?

33 votes
12 answers
22k views

Do the words "jail" and "prison" refer to different things?

29 votes
3 answers
5k views

Can anyone provide me with a list of English words that are their own antonyms? [closed]

29 votes
8 answers
12k views

How common is "thrice"?

25 votes
5 answers
8k views

New Zealand pronunciation of "women" vs "woman"

25 votes
5 answers
10k views

Why do we use the object instead of the subject pronoun in constructions like "stupid me"?

19 votes
4 answers
35k views

Difference between "due to" and "thanks to"

18 votes
4 answers
815 views

Should Kyle be corrected, and if he doesn't, why?

17 votes
11 answers
32k views

"I'm lovin' it"

17 votes
4 answers
15k views

English term for a word that differs from another one by just one letter

17 votes
5 answers
856 views

"The whole nine yards"

14 votes
2 answers
2k views

Ellipsis that results in one word serving as both subject and object

13 votes
3 answers
954 views

What is the first recorded appearance of the mistranslation "Red Square"?

12 votes
4 answers
4k views

"You are likely to [verb]" vs. "you are like to [verb]"

12 votes
2 answers
2k views

Rhyming conventions of Early Modern English

11 votes
6 answers
9k views

Is "not at all" still alive and doing well?

11 votes
2 answers
4k views

How to add emphasis to a modal verb? [closed]

10 votes
5 answers
6k views

Origin of "idiocracy"

9 votes
3 answers
2k views

"just because… doesn't mean…"

8 votes
2 answers
4k views

Whatever happened to "what ever" and whenever did it happen?

8 votes
4 answers
10k views

Where can I find a list of English paronyms?

6 votes
1 answer
1k views

Is the suffix "-ize" particularly productive in the morphological domain of nouns ending in "-nym"?

6 votes
1 answer
15k views

"For no other reason than" vs. "for no other reason that" vs. "for no other reason than that"