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What is the "ponytail" in a knight's helmet called?

15 votes
7 answers
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When and how should I use multiple exclamation marks?

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4 answers
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"Vision" is to "visually", as "hearing" is to what? [duplicate]

13 votes
6 answers
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Is "Don't you know? " the same as "Do not you know?"?

10 votes
7 answers
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A word for "positive side effect"

10 votes
4 answers
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What does the initial fragment of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy mean?

6 votes
3 answers
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Is it: My apples and orange are/is wrong?

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2 answers
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Is there a "quarter" equivalent for something divided in 9 pieces?

4 votes
7 answers
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What is it called when something is unimportant for several years, and then it becomes important?

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3 answers
495 views

Word that means "almost collide with me"

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3 answers
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"A lost cause, that is."

4 votes
6 answers
15k views

Is there a better way to refer to "Real Life" when chatting online?

3 votes
5 answers
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What is the role of "virtually" in this sentence?

3 votes
3 answers
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"Sometimes it does, sometimes it doesn't"

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2 answers
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"My late friends" — they're not dead!

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1 answer
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"Easy to explain, here is an example for you:"

3 votes
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"An RPG" or "a RPG"? [duplicate]

2 votes
2 answers
9k views

...Capital letter after period(s)?

2 votes
4 answers
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A word for "I'm foolishly making random choices"

2 votes
2 answers
990 views

A state meaning "not disposed"

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3 answers
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A word for "the act of driving something into a success"

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2 answers
1k views

About possessive apostrophe usage! [duplicate]

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3 answers
820 views

How do I call something that can be doubled with one word? (double-able)

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2 answers
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"Neither of you understands him as I do" [duplicate]

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1 answer
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Can "the fact that X" imply "X is a fact"? [closed]

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2 answers
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Usage of "that" [duplicate]

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What does "We're taking one for the team" mean? [closed]