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GetzelR
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Is the usage of 'personally' in 'I personally don't like something' redundant?

79 votes

Does the term "white lie" have racist connotations?

22 votes

What is the etymology of "-cade" as in motorcade or cavalcade?

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Why can we use words like today and tonight but not tomorning and tonoon?

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Meaning of "excited much", "stalker much"

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Is it grammatically correct to use 'now' third person past tense narration?

8 votes

What is the "thirsty" equivalent of "ravenously"?

7 votes

Whose murder is it?

5 votes

Is the word "unsetup" valid in English?

5 votes

How do you describe these animals' action/ state before attacking their prey?

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Is there another way of saying "less is more"?

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"Come Hell or high water" vs "Lord willing and the creek don't rise"

4 votes

A word that defines shy, but in a positive context

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"To dress less attractive/flashy" to not "make yourself stand out as being more important than someone else"

4 votes

“Nobody likes” or “nobody like”?

4 votes

odd taxonomy of English

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"Plan to do" vs. "plan on doing"

4 votes

Why place a hand on the Bible instead of the Judge's genitals when taking an oath?

4 votes

What word that describes a person who only cares about race

3 votes

Word that means written, non-spoken word?

3 votes

Does the term "Postal Authority" Make sense?

3 votes

"Liquid refuse" or "Liquid waste"?

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An idiom for "going with the most likely option"

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What is the term used when a government official / politician goes from one gov position to another?

2 votes

What is the difference between "don't care" and "don't mind"?

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Is "host" gender specific?

2 votes

Is there a better way to say "Lesser of"?

2 votes

'Someway' vs 'somehow'?

2 votes

When referring to a culture, should that culture's name be capitalised?

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"Hardest part of" vs. "hardest part about"