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A word for when you tried for so long to achieve something that by the time you get it the novelty is gone

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Closest equivalent to the Chinese jocular use of θŒδΈšη—… (occupational disease): job creates habits that manifest inappropriately outside work

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What would you call a person who looks around for useful or used stuff?

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What word describes intentionally consolidating power/information and maintaining it at the top of a hierachy to keep newcomers out?

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Why does "I'm sure" used in a sentence sometimes reduce apparent certainty?

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Is there a word for a 'letter that should not be opened until after a specified date?'

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In architecture, you {cut?} the corners of a building to keep it from featuring right-angles. What's the word I'm looking for?

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Term for "changing lots of things to try and fix one thing"

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Single word for something that is 'sound producing'

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Short description of an accomplishment

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Word to mean "capable of being walked on by having the strength to support the weight of humans"

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A word like ethereal that also means quickly vanishing

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Subtle meanings of the noun 'stole', or am I reading too much in to it?

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A better word than "babysitter" for an adult

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Is there a word for food that's gone 'bad', but is still edible?

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Is there a term for accumulated dirt on the outside of your hands and feet?

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What is the word for when you are scared on someone else's behalf

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Is there a word for laughing when faced with a hopeless situation?

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Use of the word "wrong" in causal learning exercises

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Opposite of "Shopping Cart," for sellers?

1 vote

Should I capitalize the abbreviation for a unit of measurement?

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How to use Preside as a -ion word?

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What is a word for 'answered correctly'?

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Another word for "theory" or "belief" that doesn't quite rise to the level of either. An atheist's "theory" of creation

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Word for "difficult to twist or turn"

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One takes an exam, but what about a job interview?

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Is there a term for deliberately misestimating a value to avoid a threshold?

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Is there a term for deliberately misestimating a value to avoid a threshold?

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To uncover results

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What's the verb to describe a good guy becoming a bad guy?

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