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Is 'stakehold' (used as a noun) an acceptable word, even though no major dictionary lists it?

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Is there a single adverb for "surprisingly stupid"?

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What does "Show me a sore loser, and I'll show you a loser" mean?

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Is there a word such as "Learnings"?

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Is there a "-cide" word for murdering a child who is older than one and unrelated to the murderer?

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Will you/won't you?

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What do you call a lady being proposed to by a man

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Addressing a person by their last name only

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Is it deodoriser/deodorizer/deodouriser/deodourizer? In British English as well as American

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A word denoting the sound of turning pages

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Explain a pig joke. What is funny here?

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Is ok to say 'go right'? Meaning turn right?

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Does “little did he know” mean he "knew nothing at all"?

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What is meaning of the phrase "should be the way to go"?

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What are needed <is/are> managers with new ideas and the will to apply them

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Use of word racist in specific case

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Work on or work with?

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"quickly walk" or "walk quickly"

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"Take a rest" or "have some rest"?

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How do you say 7/7?

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Pronouncing dates in British English

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How do I make "X is the thing I wanted to win" unambiguous?

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*the most* in english

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other way to say " more to it than that "

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Is Provocation necessarily deliberate?

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The number of people who do not know an odd number of people

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Term or idiom to describe a best friend since your childhood

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What is the difference between "rolling back" versus "roll backing"?

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"material flung", "drawn across its orbit"

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Is to be "very weak at/ on something" insulting?

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