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19 votes

Is "a half dozen" necessarily 6, or can it be 5-7?

15 votes

What is a word that means an instance of a game?

14 votes

Is it possible to start a grammatically-correct English sentence with the word "Than"?

13 votes

How do native speakers answer questions like "what's cooking"?

12 votes

Meaning of "She was a girl who for a ringing phone dropped exactly nothing"

10 votes

When would you say "I seen it."

8 votes

Is "forte" pronounced "fort" or "for-tay"?

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Who are “Security moms”?

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meaning of indecipherable part of a novel

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Does the present perfect imply an action finished in the past?

5 votes

Children will be children vs Children are children

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What is the meaning of "Take medicine with meal"

4 votes

How do I make the term "werewolf hunter" clearer?

4 votes

English greeting with religious connotation

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Definite article or no definite article before "Americans" in this sentence from "The Adventure of English"

3 votes

Any compact ways to say “reduce the model to less than 25% of its original size”?

3 votes

Is or Was when talking about a historic figure in the present?

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What is a phrase for movie theaters that show few-month-old movies at discount rates?

3 votes

Polite Answers to "What else can I do for you? "

3 votes

Word or phrase for a woman who shows up at events in gaudy outfits, garish make-up, and excessive jewelry?

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Multiple instances of the same (foreign) word

3 votes

What is the word for when someone gives you something for free instead of charging you for it?

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Should there be a comma in "You again?"?

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What do you call a member of a federation?

2 votes

Using definitive article or possessive pronoun?

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WWI Equivalent of "Gotcha!"

2 votes

Is there a word for using a word twice to imply something different?

2 votes

The meaning of a sentence in Dracula

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Why is it “a President” when it's clear to anybody that it's refering to the present President?

2 votes

Is someone a specific person?