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What do you call the action of someone tackling a stronger person?

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Sleepy tired vs physically tired

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How to idiomatically express the idea "if you can cheat without being caught, do it"

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What are the words for people who cause trouble believing they know better?

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Is it fine to use "a law" as well?

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What exactly is the difference between anniversary and commemoration?

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Is 'contemporary' ambiguous and if so is there a better word?

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Is there a reason for the "9" in teen slang "code 9"

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Exact meaning of "star" for laypersons, meaning a celestial object?

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Is the wording in this song ok?

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Is there a single word for unhealthy ego?

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How can I say that someone's a perfect example of being able to perform a certain skill?

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Is there a single word that means "too much advertising"?

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Is there a term for an adult without children, similar to "orphan" for the other way around?

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Word that best describes a set of people have gotten used to accepting mediocrity or failure

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Success : Successful :: Failure : _____________

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Passive Voice to active voice conversion doubt

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What is a true antonym for "stronger"?

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What is a phrase/word to describe someone who is oblivious to the bad in people

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What do you call a person that goes for functionality, yet not for the beauty of set things?

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Idiom-request: What do you call a book/movie with a poor story line and excessive pathos?

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What do we call the relationship between something (the design) and another thing (the reference)

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Term for "something that pursues goals"

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When a limited but working version of something is better

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Two subjects that are inextricably linked/bonded together

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A similar English proverb to Hindi/Urdu

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What's the term for when two related words are used in a different sense, often one literally and one metaphorically?

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Lack of understanding another person's lack of understanding

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Simple past or past perfect in a subordinate phrase?

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I am looking for the word that refers to the set of rules/laws within a fictional universe which maintains the realism within the universe