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3 votes

Are "skill set" and "skill sets" both acceptable?

2 votes

Word for false, self-perpetuating "cure"?

2 votes

"Contest" vs. "competition"

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Does “drape oneself in something” have the meaning of “be armored in”?

1 vote

Single word for happy and envious at the same time

1 vote

Can you "sound up a room" the same way you can light it up?

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"All of a sudden" vs. "all of the sudden"

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What to call a chandelier's crystal drop?

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What word can I use to indicate the person could be a client or customer?

0 votes

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

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What, exactly, is the point of beginning a sentence with "Well..."?

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"Take their origins from" vs. "have their origins in"

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Is it ever correct to use “end” after the name of a month?

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"features and characteristics"

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Is it redundant to append "bye" to "speak to you later"?

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When do you use "you don't say"?

-1 votes

Uses of the word "lyrics"

-1 votes

What should I use: 'composed of' or 'composed from'?

-1 votes

Can a tractor or a skid-steer be called a "device"?

-1 votes

“Shooting themselves in the foot/feet”: Which is preferred?

-1 votes

Is "Happy Birthday!" a complete sentence?

-2 votes

Is there a formal name for when the same word appears twice (or more) in a row?

-5 votes

"have" vs."have got" in American and British English