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Theresa
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Is “pass peach seeds” an idiom or just a figurative expression?

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Puzzling verbal analogy

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Hypernym for all substances that can make one high

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What is the antonym of iota?

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What does "Way beyond seeking" mean?

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Is there a word meaning "my child's spouse's parents"?

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How would you describe a person that has many achievements?

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Antonym of mandate

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"The only witness is a prostitute!" What do you call this type of rhetoric in English?

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Is “within a nose-hair of (a position / status)” a common idiom?

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Is the language used in patents archaic or intentionally obtuse?

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Can you get 'high' on alcohol or only 'drunk'?

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"its having been entrusted" -- Rather odd construction

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Attorney at law, is there any other kind?

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Can "what" be plural?

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What is the provenance of “ring the cherries”?

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Is "educate not exclude" grammatically correct?

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Is the title of a US President permanent?

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What is the word for a rapt state induced by a yearning for the unattainable?

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What term can I use for buses that corresponds to "flight" for planes?

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Why is there no formal version of "you"? How does one get around it?

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Is there a shorter/better term for disagreement in number than singular-plural mismatch?

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The use of "male"/"female" (instead of e.g. "man"/"woman") in everyday speech

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Can "shavelings" be used to refer to Asian monks? Or does it only refer to Occidental shaven-headed church men?

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Why is 'immune' used with 'to'?

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What is the opposite of mass-transit?

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Saying about good and bad

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"A qualified teacher" vs. "A credentialed teacher"

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What word to use when you don't want to eat more food?

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Priscilla = a girl who prefers to stay home: who might this term have been based on?