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What is the opposite of transliteration?

12 votes

What does "Flowers masking kke women and men" mean?

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What is the word for things that work even when they aren't working (e.g. escalators)?

4 votes

Is there a word or phrase for one mistaken belief leading to a web of false ones?

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What is another word or phrase for someone who is unconsciously inconsiderate?

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Word or phrase to describe something that previously had a use, but now has a negative impact

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Is there any standard syntax for the colloquialism “it’s ___ is what it is!”?

3 votes

What term describes a situation where conventional rules of grammar are unable to produce an idiomatically formed word for a particular context?

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Is there a word that describes repeating the same word but changing the prefix?

2 votes

Is there a word to describe an appearance between pretty and ugly?

2 votes

Single word to denote both request and receipt

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Meaning of a joke

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What does "drop" mean in this context?

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Is there a word for when suffixes are overly co-opted into new words?

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What is a short phrase that means "how long it takes something to sell"?

1 vote

Looking for a word that shows connection, perhaps medically

1 vote

Is a "product" necessarily sellable?

1 vote

What's the meaning of tricks of the nerves in this sentence?

1 vote
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Name of Phenomenon? I worry that once I STOP doing an action “just to be safe,” the thing I'm being safe from will occur

1 vote

Finding Unstressed Schwa

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What is a word or phrase that describes two ideas that historically were at odds now being in harmony with one another?

1 vote

Is there a term for the character trait of assuming things about people?

1 vote

Adverb for particular kind of smile

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What the word "black" refers to in the case?

1 vote

Word meaning since its existence

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Is the phrase "You are requested" polite or rude?

1 vote
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What do you call a person who is the target of an advocate?

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Literary term for when the author purposely doesn't describe something so that the audience is left to imagine it

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One verb, 5 senses

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Word for someone ignorant of, but not expected to be knowledgeable about, something