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38 votes

What is the equivalent in English of the French "pipotron", which refers to meaningless filler content that looks like it was written by a bot?

25 votes

Word for low level noise among restless crowd, as sign of confusion or complaint?

19 votes

What is the opposite of "early birds"

18 votes
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A phrase, word, or idiom to describe the person who reviews as an outsider

16 votes

Does "girlfriend" or "boyfriend" always indicate partnership?

11 votes

Something that is the frequent cause of mistakes?

10 votes

Adjective that means "Full of Integrity"

6 votes

Verb + not = do not verb ? What is the gramatical explanation?

6 votes
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Is "Don't worry" a complete sentence?

6 votes

A word for excessive or unnecessary debate on an unimportant issue

5 votes

Word or phrase describing situation where adequately addressing "X is not harmful" involves a self-destructive proof

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Term for a particular logical fallacy

3 votes

Is there any rule of order for time, date, place, building, etc?

3 votes

Word for this situation (dark environment)

3 votes

Parsing: "This judge's conclusion" -- "this judge," "this conclusion," either?

3 votes

Meaning of "When you're a guy, and a dad,.. and all the jokes about being a Kept Man are worn away, the word is 'vasectomising'"

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What is the name of this thing shown in "Call Me By Your Name" movie?

2 votes
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Would writing "caring solicitudes of empathy" be redundant?

2 votes
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What is the difference (if any) between _mien_ and _demeanor_?

2 votes

What does "written out" mean?

2 votes

A letter to/for Jason?

2 votes

4 questions about idiomatic way of expressing

2 votes

Why does Mozilla Public License use "it" meaning "contributor"?

2 votes

Is there an adjective describing some person or group of people who blindly follow a leader figure, especially with negative connotations?

1 vote
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A word for "people who were born on the same day from different mothers"

1 vote

Judge "it" for yourself

1 vote

Expressing hourly temporal recurrence

1 vote

Do you often don't know - do I need to use "do" 2x?

1 vote

Descent, Ancestry, Lineage

1 vote

Which is correct pluralization "event planners" or "events planners"?