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Yoichi Oishi
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13 votes

Is “the girls are want to gossip” correct?

12 votes

What do you call a disease with an unknown cure?

6 votes

What is the difference between "emoji" and "emoticon"?

5 votes

Why is the euphemism "comfort women" so heavily used?

5 votes

Proverb or expression for a situation with two choices, both leading to a different kind of trouble

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Word for something difficult or nearly impossible to achieve

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Variations of the word "Schadenfreude"

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What would you call someone who makes no lasting impression?

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Is "subcopy" a word?

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What’s a funny word for someone who is frequently breaking things?

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Is there an English equivalent to the Persian saying "Now that it's my turn, the sky fell down"?

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What's a word to describe people who blindly follow their government without question?

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What is an English equivalent of the Chinese noun 心眼?

3 votes

"Blue sky thinking" phrase

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What's a word or phrase to describe a good book that I cannot put down when starting reading?

3 votes

Word for someone who is ignorant and proud?

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What does "punch line" mean?

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Why is "subpar" not "superpar"?

3 votes

Is there a word for someone with the same name?

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Secular alternative to "preaching to the choir"?

1 vote

What is the correct form of address for a police officer?

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Is there a term that defines nostalgia for something you've never experienced?

1 vote

Can "née" be used for entities other than people?

1 vote

What is the proper abbreviation for "version"? (in English and Japanese literature)

1 vote

Is the word "ideator" acceptable in public communication; is there a better word?

1 vote

Idiom for someone who buys all the best gear to do something before they even have a basic proficiency?

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What is the opposite of an exhaustive list?

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Completing something just to finish it despite lack of interest - is called …?

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Noun form of "analytic"

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Is there a name for an answer to a question that does nothing but rephrase the question in an answer form?