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Trump's pronunciation of "origins" as "oringes"

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What do you call someone who gives little time to complete work?

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Has there ever been a word for someone who has a thousand pounds?

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Is "misspecification" a correct/real word?

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What is the word that shares meaning with "mausoleum" but sounds like 'chartomb' (/tʃaːtuːm/)?

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What is the guy version of 'chick lit'?

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What does it mean "to queer the pudding"?

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What is the correct term for a fear of breasts?

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Losing power in the UK vs US: what's more common?

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Phrase for showing your astonishment

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Word for veneration due to moral example

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Acclamation vs. acclaim as nouns: When to use one or the other?

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What are the parts of a name?

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The /ɪ/ sound vs the /i/ sound - exact difference?

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Idiom for 'Resisting just to resist'

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she sells seashells type of rhyming style

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What does it mean when someone says: "King me"?

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Idiom for the phrase "getting a good result from a bad situation or with a bad condition"?

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Usual combinations of nouns/verbs and prepositions

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Is 'distinctives' an obsolete word?

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Word to describe people who blindly believe accusations

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Metaphor or idiom?

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What does the term "supercharge" mean in the given sentence?

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You are so full of bull that it boggles the mind

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Is there a more common and not humorous word for pedipulate?

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How can "telecommuting" mean "to not commute or travel"?

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Choosing the most idiomatic sentence

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Is there a term for accumulated dirt on the outside of your hands and feet?

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Replace the word ostentatiousness

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Can banger (in context of a song) be used as a noun?