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42 votes

What does "Roger" mean in war movies?

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What's the difference between a picture and an image?

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What is the difference between “metaphorical”, “allegorical”, and “figurative”?

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Is "princessship" a real word? Are there any other words which have the same letter 3 times consecutively?

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"Advise" vs. "advice"

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What is meant by "a carriage that returns"?

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Difference between female and male usage

17 votes

British usage of “cha”, “char” or “chai” to mean “tea”

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Term for people who feel they have some disorder when they read about it

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Was "terror" ever a positive thing?

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What's the difference between "neural" and "neuronal"?

11 votes

Opposite of 'contaminate'

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What is the origin of "nonchalance?"

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How do I say "WWI" out loud?

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Large amounts of English text needed

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Difference between "movie", "film" and "motion picture"

7 votes

Is a possessive noun a contraction?

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Look who's talking

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You cannot "eat your cake and have it" or "have your cake and eat it"?

6 votes

A murder of crows?

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What's up with the hyphen in "orang-utan"?

6 votes

What is the etymology of "blackguard"? Does this British-sounding word have subtleties in its use?

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What are the proper terms for these star shapes?

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Hidden meaning in "Got milk?"

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Term for measuring in fractions of 1

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What is a word/phrase for using a term for a popular special case instead of a generic term?

4 votes

Why does my spellchecker vindicate "floccinaucinihilipilification"?

4 votes

What is the tense of "I would have been happy to..."?

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Does the "@" symbol have a name?

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Has "segway" become an acceptable substitute for "segue"?