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16 votes

Is there a word that contains all the vowels?

15 votes

'I get it' vs. 'I got it'

14 votes

What does the gesture to touch the side of your nose with a forefinger mean?

11 votes

What do I call a person who submits content?

9 votes

Why can positive statements end with a negative question and vice versa?

8 votes

What are some words for something that is not organised?

7 votes
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Meaning of "more original computer science"

6 votes

Is there any difference if Peeves said “Not doing anything” instead of “Not doing nothing?

6 votes

Term for someone who has experienced many hardships

6 votes
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"Things which are hung/mounted on wall" in a single word?

6 votes
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Either of two [subject]s was/were?

5 votes

What is the difference between ‘discover’ and ‘uncover’?

5 votes
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Difference between "spirit" and "soul"

5 votes

"I am gonna have to" vs. "I have to"

4 votes

"In the nick of time" or "in a nick of time?"

3 votes

Choice of words referring to being attacked/assaulted with a glass/cup

2 votes

"I hate when..." vs "I hate it when..."

2 votes
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"His head" or "their head"?

1 vote

Change of meaning by changing "of" to "in"

1 vote

What is the upper bound on "several"?

1 vote

"It isn't" vs. "it's not"

1 vote
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What is the word for one who refuses to capitulate the status quo?

0 votes

Origin of "chemistry" in reference to that between two people

0 votes

Difference between "humble" and "modest"

0 votes

Word for "that which shows the reality behind a phenomenon"?

0 votes

Adjective for "Visual Cacophony"

0 votes

Is there a word to describe a highly desirable cursed treasure?

0 votes

What is a single word describing a person who opposes another, yet is of equal status to them?

-1 votes

What is a single word describing a person who opposes another, yet is of equal status to them?

-1 votes

Origin of "twitter"