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When and how did the criminal sense of 'grooming' arise?

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Is "nearbys" the right word to express "places/ objects that are nearby"? Or does a better word exist?

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Is there an antonym for the verb 'besiege'?

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Alternative term for 'cargo cult'

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What is the English equivalent to the proverb "Somebody finds his soup not thick enough, and somebody finds his pearls too small"

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A word for a sale that is not an installment but actually paid in full

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What's the origin of the phrase "show true colours?"

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Pronunciation of “master” and “plaster” in Northern England

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What is the correct idiom to say that "I read" many papers "without considering the details"?

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What kind of word is "Frankenstein" in this context?

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What is the meaning of “Donald Trump says Ivanka ‘checked out’…”

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Obfuscate or obscure a password

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Was the word "inoculation" regularly used for introducing a disease for purposes other than inducing immunity?

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What does "carry the twosie" mean in here?

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"Not-Noun"s: Neologism or not?

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Origin of the term "level up"

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What technique is it when you use strings of another language in an English poem?

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What will we call person who likes to study at the day time?

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Origin of “race to the bottom”

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Is the word "salient" gradable?

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What's the word to decribe someone's voice when they talk with their nose closed?

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Name for using a big word where a small word would suffice?

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Word for something showing a multitude of issues on a smaller scale

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Which English word for the person who helps travellers while travelling?

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Is there a word for a 'letter that should not be opened until after a specified date?'

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What are the English terms for the Dutch words "kooktraject" and "smelttraject"

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Is "kindly" an outdated word?

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Meaning of add texture to something (a plan, discussion, etc.)

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English word for adding "monitoring points" to a process

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Permission (Verb) vs Permit (Verb)?

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