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What do we call 'Shakespearean trash-talk'?

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3 answers
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A series of three is 'trilogy'. A series of two is______?

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A verb meaning "to look around making sure no one sees you"

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3 answers
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One of the best universities in the world to _______?

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4 answers
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What is an "aglet-baby" exactly?

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4 answers
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Is there an equivalent to "agnate" for the maternal line?

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Is there a specific verb that carries the same effect of the VB “will lead us back to the origin?”

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4 answers
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What do we call someone who eats earthworms?

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Is there any relation between the meanings of the word "cataract"?

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3 answers
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What do we call this type of discourse?

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2 answers
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Past subjunctive Vs. Present Subjunctive

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3 answers
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A request for a word similar to 'stumble in speech'

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5 answers
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An experience that induces self-doubt is a(n) ________experience?

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A formal English word or phrase for "badass?" [duplicate]

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2 answers
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Is there a term denoting the writing of words using numbers instead of letters?

3 votes
1 answer
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Would it be 'meet' or 'have met' in this structure?

3 votes
2 answers
281 views

Is this a 'justified' double negative? The answer may require some Old English knowledge.

3 votes
1 answer
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Can "which" and its antecedent be used together in a sentence for reading clarity?

3 votes
3 answers
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What preposition do we use with the adjective 'telling' when it means 'revealing'?

3 votes
2 answers
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Is there a noun(phrase) for a force that upsets a given equilibrium, or creates a state of imbalance?

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Using "quite" with a noun

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2 answers
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Do "empirical" and "imperial" share a common etymology? [closed]

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Is the placement of the participial phrase correct here?

2 votes
1 answer
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The difference between "discomfit" and "discomfort." [closed]

2 votes
2 answers
643 views

What is the opposite of "intensifier?"

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1 answer
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The meaning of the MIDDLE ENGLISH "nother"

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A a verb synonymous with "destroy [document]"?

2 votes
2 answers
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A formal way of saying 'rub it in'.

2 votes
1 answer
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A "lesson 'in' compassion", but a "moral ___ compassion"?

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What is the grammatical designation of "that" in "...that she may have..."?