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28 votes

Just how important are grammar and spelling?

18 votes

"At the beginning" or "in the beginning"?

14 votes

What is a good synonym for "badass" that would be usable in a high school setting?

10 votes

What's the difference between a cathedral and a basilica?

9 votes
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What are synonyms of the word "metadata"?

7 votes
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Article written "in" or "on" a journal?

7 votes
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What are the implications of "at my disposal"

6 votes
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Pronunciation of "theodicy"

5 votes
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What does the phrase "in a cautionary tale of...gravitational pull" mean?

5 votes
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What's the difference between "lingo" and "jargon"?

5 votes

A one-word synonym of "to give meaning to"?

5 votes

A word that sounds like "scoshe" meaning "small amount" or "smidgen"

4 votes
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A phrase that means something like "special dispensation"

4 votes
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Is there such a thing as "Injective Relief" (as a legal term)?

4 votes

What's the meaning for 'de' in "Tour de France"?

4 votes

Is there a single word for "one who speaks/boasts a lot about everything"?

4 votes

What exactly does "fap" mean? [NSFW]

4 votes

Why do they say "love fifteen," in tennis?

3 votes

What is a good synonym for "attribute"?

3 votes

Usage of "done" vs. "done with."

3 votes

"Close the light" — regionalism or mere oddity?

3 votes

When should I use "your", and when "you're"?

3 votes

What is the term for accusing a person of mischief through invented, twisting and changeable terminology?

3 votes

How to ask the gender of someone if you have to?

3 votes
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Difference between 'sentimental' and 'emotional'?

3 votes

Does "cost-benefit ratio" use a hyphen or an en-dash?

3 votes

What is a word that means "the state of having an organic nature"?

2 votes

A single word meaning doubt and unsettledness

2 votes

"Almost until 1900" or "until almost 1900": which one is correct?

2 votes

Are "act quickly" and "gives you" grammatically correct?