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29 votes
6 answers
43k views

"anymore" vs. "any more"

26 votes
14 answers
375k views

Different ways to say "you're welcome" [duplicate]

22 votes
4 answers
69k views

The expression "hands down."

19 votes
16 answers
202k views

Is there a term to describe speech that has a hidden meaning but is not sarcastic?

18 votes
6 answers
239k views

"stay home" vs. "stay at home"

17 votes
6 answers
80k views

Can "Sure thing" mean "You're welcome"?

15 votes
5 answers
4k views

A word like "hundreds" but for multiples of 10 [duplicate]

14 votes
11 answers
33k views

To "have someone's number"

13 votes
1 answer
83k views

What is an onomatopoeia for heavy breathing?

13 votes
4 answers
139k views

"will be able to" vs. "can"

12 votes
6 answers
80k views

What is this idiom: "I'm going to start taking names and..."?

12 votes
1 answer
69k views

"Even though" vs. "even if"

12 votes
9 answers
444k views

Other ways to say "I'm rooting for you?"

10 votes
2 answers
134k views

The phrase "let alone"

10 votes
6 answers
164k views

"won't" vs. "wouldn't"

9 votes
4 answers
62k views

"Exchanged with" vs. "exchanged for"

8 votes
4 answers
2k views

Is this quote grammatically correct?

8 votes
2 answers
5k views

Does "uncanny" have a negative connotation to it?

8 votes
2 answers
19k views

"Let's play with each other" vs. "Let's play together"

8 votes
6 answers
70k views

Being in love with someone

8 votes
6 answers
43k views

Difference between "warrior" and "soldier"

7 votes
7 answers
38k views

The meaning of "This is it"

6 votes
4 answers
79k views

Is "kicking ass and taking names" an offshoot of an older idiom?

6 votes
4 answers
85k views

Meaning of "have an agenda"

6 votes
3 answers
54k views

Are "should" and "if" interchangeable at the beginning of a sentence? [duplicate]

6 votes
1 answer
15k views

"When it comes to" and "with regard to"

6 votes
1 answer
2k views

"Got it at" or "Got it in?"

5 votes
4 answers
20k views

"Thousands of thousands" vs. "Thousands upon thousands"

5 votes
8 answers
11k views

Is "let go your hand" grammatically correct?

5 votes
9 answers
69k views

The phrase "God willing."