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Word to describe person who is rich in wealth, but is poor in class?

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What's the English idiom/phrase for insisting on/talking about/bringing up the same subject (equivalent of "drilling one's head")?

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What does "Nothing doing as he took it right to him" mean?

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Difference between using Hi and Hey?

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Word for winning because the competitors were miraculously all worse

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Does "so called" have a negative connotation in English?

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What do you call someone who believes in ghosts?

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When did the phrase "first moon party" come about?

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Word for emergent image

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Too many commas in Harry Potter

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"Brought Forward" and "Pushed back"

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Word for "truncate to size zero"

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Is there a word to describe the state of being the only one of something?

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What does “soft bigotry of low expectations” mean?

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"Soccer mom": why soccer?

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Sentence in which "its" and "it's" can be interchanged without changing the meaning?

9 votes

What does "4-year advanced seminar" mean in this passage about the office of Vice President?

8 votes

What is the most precise antonym of "talent"?

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"If I were you, I'd apologise to my/your mum"

6 votes

What phrase/idiom can be used to refer to procrastination?

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Is there any word for a subject which we need not memorize?

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What is the meaning of this sentence?"I shall pay for this later."

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Parenthetical pluralization of words ending in '-y'

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Do any words have three or more correct spellings?

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'shared' as a synonym for 'said'

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Perception of the phrase "kindly let us know..."

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Replacement for “x times lower”

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Is there a word that describes seeing and hearing as one thing?

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"as to + verb" vs "to + verb"

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Which is more correct: "denied of" or "denied to"?

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