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Is there a single word for attitude of showing off one's weaknesses?

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Proper antonym for "expand"

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Hypernym for "veg" and "non-veg"

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A word for an object that contains two evolutionarily related objects

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How to refer to an apartment on a specific floor?

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“-gram” vs. “-graph”

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If I help "evacuate" a building, what am I doing to the people?

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What does "somebody plays things close to the vest" mean?

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Has "dilemma" ever been restricted to two options?

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Why does the common meaning of "impertinent" have nothing to do with "pertinent"?

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An "unhappy smile"

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What does "which" mean in this sentence?

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"Dark of the Moon"

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What is meant by "a carriage that returns"?

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What is the opposite of the verb "animate"?

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What are the similarities and differences between "irony" and "sarcasm"?

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What is a word for a man who has a lot of sexual relationships?

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Is there a synonym for 'fake' that has good connotations?

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"Ironic" vs. "ironical"

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What is the difference between "equal" and "equitable"?

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Meaning of 'meant' in this sentence

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Does the word after a question mark start with a capital letter?

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What is the meaning of the word "savvy" in this context?

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Is “Would rather have had one’s tooth pulled than doing,” an idiom or common saying?

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What's meant by wishing for a child "as red as blood, and white as snow"?

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Looking for a word for a rodent

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Baseball metaphor, equivalent to 'lay your body on the line'

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What does "P.U." (in reference to stinkiness) stand for?

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Can a book have a feeling?

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How to use namely correctly

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