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Patrick M
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What's the single-word for "left or right handed"?

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Idiom for someone who buys all the best gear to do something before they even have a basic proficiency?

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Why does common usage of "random" feel so incorrect?

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What is the player called who has a turn?

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What does “cocktail chatter wisdom” mean?

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Word for Thing Being Described?

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Is there a word for phrases such as those that are used to calm a baby down?

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The antonym of political-savvy

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Why did the word “alluring” peak in the 1920s?

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Hypernym for lossy or lossless?

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Is there an idiom for "People very quickly get used to good things"

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Check in on or checking on?

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Word for feeling in the mood to experiment

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What do you call a thing that raises something (e.g. an event)?

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Can someone 'chill' and 'work hard' at the same time?

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Single word request for ..love-ditsy

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Words to describe a person who frequently asks questions even though they know the answer

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What does "cup and Chaucer" mean?

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Is positive reality good?

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When does an acronym lose its capitalization, e.g. RaDAR 'radar'?

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Word meaning "kicking softly" or "brushing with the feet"?

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Respectful Noun for Really Hard Worker

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Name for second mail accounts used only for unimportant websites to avoid being spammed

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What is the future tense of "would have been"?

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Article usage with the word Inspiration, and similar

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What is a non-pejorative antonym for gourmet?

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One single word for honour killing

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“Push” is to “pushable” as “enable”/"disable" are to what?

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He still thinks that what he sees in the TV and movies is real

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When is it appropriate to use "see you later"?