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Appropriate word for a young person who behaves like a cynical old person?

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Word or Phrase for "Easily Swayed"

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What do you call someone who always puts blame on others?

9 votes
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What is a "goon tie"?

7 votes

Is there a metaphorical word or phrase for a potential trouble maker?

7 votes

Word for a person being used

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Alternatives of 'a snowball's chance in hell'

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Is there a word for people who always act too friendly in order to curry favor with their acquaintances?

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Expression for "Respect them and suspect them"

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Is there a slang word or idiom for someone who borrows money from friends or relatives and never (or rarely) pays them back?

4 votes

How to understand this sentence

4 votes

Mind Blowing vs. Mind Boggling

3 votes

What sound do blinds make in English?

3 votes

Is there a noun or adjective for someone who makes trite remarks as if they were new and original?

3 votes

It's one of the best [plural noun] that + has (or) have

3 votes

A way to express an overreaction to something positive

3 votes

Difference between "How are you?" and "How are you doing?"

3 votes

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

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What does “you don't need a husband, you need a Greek chorus!” mean?

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What do we 'turn round and say'?

3 votes

The opposite of a "nip" in the air?

2 votes

Name for the bumper at the end of a parking spot - is it a "turtarrier"? If so, why?

2 votes

“Let's burn that bridge when we come to it” – is this sort of idiom mixing considered a pun, and if so, does it have a specific name?

2 votes

Single word for 'cloying empathy'

2 votes

Advanced English Pronunciation

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"Evocative" vs. "provocative"

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Is there any "swearword" in English not associated with excrements, the genitals, sexual activity or religion?

2 votes

Is there an -ically suffixed word to describe a duration?

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Is there a word or phrase to describe ambiguous sarcasm?

2 votes

Is there a word similar to infallible that means "incapable of being right"?

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