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Michael Brown
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13 votes

Term for "will consume time and almost certainly yield nothing"

8 votes
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"Who" versus "whom" with multiple verbs

8 votes

Is there a hypernym for "expense" and "income"?

5 votes

What does “It’s sorta meta,” mean?

5 votes

Underwater equivalent of "aerodynamic"?

4 votes

An idiom meaning someone's doing something useless and has no result at the end

3 votes

Is "Yankee" derogatory?

3 votes

What's the word for "overly proud of your education"?

2 votes

Does "ducking" have anything to do with a canard?

2 votes

Why is it “I better not (+verb)” instead of “I better don’t (+verb)”?

2 votes

English word equivalent of 膩 (sick of something due to overindulgence)

1 vote

Words with Transposed or Inverted Syllables

1 vote

What does : ca. 1828 mean? ca. before a date?

1 vote
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Hypernym for being instantaneous or sustained

1 vote

An idiom meaning someone's doing something useless and has no result at the end

0 votes

Word that means to fit together in a limited space?

0 votes

Is there an adjective meaning "someone who is asking for too much in an arrogant way"?

0 votes

encapsulating a positive thing among many negative things

0 votes

Prefix or adjective meaning "one and a half"

-2 votes

A single word or phrase for something that necessarily causes both harm and benefit?