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Theodore Broda
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An idiom for a stupid action which is beneficial in the end, or for the person who performed said action

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Is there a word for someone who is usually in the minority?

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"A mice problem" vs. "a mouse problem"

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A word similar to hiccup?

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Is there a word for human litter-mates?

4 votes

Opposite of "witty"

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Plural form of titles

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Is there an adjective for someone who can withstand ridicule?

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Homonyms/homophones and proper nouns

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The opposite of a "nip" in the air?

3 votes

skin in the game, idiomatically?

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Do I use a period or a question mark at the end of a statement that presents a question?

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What do you call someone who is so inappropriate that they are appropriate?

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Do onomatopoeic words lose their onomatopoeic character?

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Something of value that is worthless in the current context?

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Unnecessarily Using a Long "E" Sound in Plurals Whose Singular Form Ends in "S"

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When using ellipsis to omit list items, is a comma required after the last item before the ellipsis or not?

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business competition purposefully attack the competition

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What do you call this (these) writing "fallacies"

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Degrees of comparison for words ending in "-ly"

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Term for someone who lost something

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What does a restrictive ‘as’ clause modify?

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Is there a term or phrase for the one paying a bill that is later split?

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What's the English equivalent for the German term "Salzamt", used when it's not possible to appeal a decision, or it's simply useless to complain?

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No. 1, 2, 3 is right or Nos. 1, 2, 3

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Complex sentence whose subject is a clause

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A verb that describes an action by someone who is new in town

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marketing style of fairness products

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Misusing 'hone' to express subtly different idea that combines 'hone' and 'home in'

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What is the antonym to ‘minimalist’?