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Michael Rybkin
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84 votes

"Position" is to "space" as what word is to "time"?

63 votes

A word to describe an excessively formal process or procedure

47 votes
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A verb for helping a criminal without knowing it

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Word for unusable space

18 votes
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A less metaphorical word for 'losing game'?

18 votes

What is a stronger alternative to "avoid"?

18 votes

An adverb for when you're not exaggerating

13 votes

Expression for a situation which you’re forced to be in but would still choose over something else since you’ve gotten used to it with time

12 votes

Word for an activity that one does not care for?

12 votes

An English word for deception without telling a lie?

10 votes

Is there a single word for 'without a beginning'?

10 votes

Is there any word for a place full of confusion?

9 votes

Word or phrase for showing great skill at something without formal training in it

9 votes

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

8 votes

Is there an adjective for someone who looks like a vampire?

7 votes

Noun for things that annoy you?

7 votes

What is a small tent kind of shop on the side of the road called?

7 votes

Insult for someone who "doesn't know anything"

7 votes

To dislike someone while acting like you get on/along

6 votes

Verb for getting something (e.g. information) by cunning and/or perseverance

6 votes

What is the meaning of "out of curiosity"

4 votes

Word that means generally knowledgeable?

4 votes

Is There a Shorter Way of Saying/Word for "Person who gave birth to you"?

4 votes

What is the one word for someone who gets worried and anxious too fast, usually over silly things?

4 votes

Word for someone who is driven by morality

4 votes

What's the opposite of "at the expense of"?

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Is there one word for "being deceived into complying"?

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In my native language, we have this proverb: when an ox cart is turned over (or turns over) only then one will see the road

4 votes

Verb for replacing common words with unnecessary jargon?

4 votes

What is an English equivalent of the Chinese noun 心眼?