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Steve Jessop
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44 votes

Is there a word that means cheating but legitimate?

24 votes

What type of humor would racist and sexist jokes be categorized into?

16 votes

Does the term "white lie" have racist connotations?

10 votes

Word to describe a computer system that is more error accepting?

8 votes

"Lover of Life": Biophile?

7 votes

What causes the euphemisation of medical terms?

7 votes
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Are all Congressmen idiots?

7 votes

What great writers have used coordinating conjunctions at the start of sentences?

6 votes

Why is “toast” uncountable?

5 votes

Where does "A Very British... " come from?

5 votes
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Does this statement compare Football with Slavery?

5 votes

Does the word "master" denote masculinity?

4 votes

How has the meaning of "politically correct" changed?

4 votes

Alternative for "manning" a station

3 votes

A better word for "unanswered"

3 votes

Singular or plural form of "digit" when referring to digits of individual numbers?

2 votes

Hypernym of “move” and “copy”

2 votes

What does “Anyone who is married” mean in “Anyone who is married should know that facts and logic are not always helpful to one’s cause”?

2 votes

“She ran… , her nose pressed against the glass” Are the actions simultaneous or consecutive?

2 votes

What is "regional", but relating to time instead of location?

2 votes

Does the word "house" include the land that surrounds it?

1 vote

Word for "animals, including humans"?

1 vote

Is "outside food" acceptable in formal English?

1 vote

What is the word for something that is punishable by law, but is not a crime?

1 vote

Is there a word for “not greedy”?

1 vote

How to call attention to "I" without "I myself" or the pretentious "even I"?

1 vote

Is there a word for the extreme opposite of "irony"

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Is it correct to use 'He had been married before'?

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Succinct phrase that covers both “not started” and “previously started, later stopped”

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When I use numbers, when should I spell the word as opposed to just using the number?