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10 votes

Cloth worn around waist at the beach

6 votes

What does "Chop chop man bun" mean?

4 votes

What are the differences between until now and so far?

4 votes

Is "less bad" correct usage of the language?

4 votes

Should I really not use the word 'bossy'?

3 votes

Is "practitioner" applicable to disciplines other than medical sciences?

2 votes
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Is the right term to call the children of your sister wives in a polygynous marriage "stepchildren"?

2 votes

A speaker of truth must have his/her horse saddled up

2 votes
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Difference between art and science

2 votes

How to say "My wife and I did something, then our friends and we [wife and I] did something else" correctly?

2 votes

Difference between wing chair and armchair

2 votes
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Expression for a frustrated, annoyed double-take

2 votes

"the son of a barkeep is speaker of the House"

2 votes

A word to describe someone who is oblivious to the atmosphere in a group conversation

1 vote
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I may go VS I would go

1 vote

Sir or Mr with first name only

1 vote

Difference between "Pitiful" and "Pitiable"?

1 vote

Can I use the word "flesh" when referring to plants/crops?

1 vote

What is a word for someone who doesn't follow unspoken rules?

1 vote

Modern use of "bourgeoisie"

1 vote

Can I mean "be useful or beneficial" by "do good to something/do good."?

1 vote

How often do you go to "the" or "a" dentist?

1 vote

'Discouraged' as an antonym of 'recommended'?

1 vote

What is "monarchs of the stage"?

1 vote

Help recall the exact idiom "I'm against my brother, I'm with my brother against my cousin, I'm with my brother and cousing against everyone else"

1 vote

What does the phrase 'but that' mean?

0 votes

Is it correct to say that the "premise" of the show The walking Dead is that people turn into zombies when they die?

0 votes

What is "I have my good days" supposed to mean?

0 votes

Idiom or phrase associated with a person who blame others for his or her fault?

0 votes

Is "Go wash the dishes" a typical English expression used against women?