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21 votes

What is the most common English term for a person who attempts a coup d'état?

3 votes

Is there a single-word adjective for "having exceptionally strong moral principles"?

2 votes

What are other ways to say I now understand or I have learned?

1 vote

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

1 vote

The noun "floor" is countable, is it not?

1 vote

What is the linguistic term to describe “–“ part of the phrase in “He ‘lied his a– off”?

1 vote

Word for 'eroded' with a positive connotation

0 votes

Abbreviation in a business letter

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Is there a non-combative term for the word "enemy"?

0 votes

How do you say "question de cours" in English?

0 votes

"Subterranean", but for planets/surfaces other than Earth

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Does anyone know where “crack down” comes from?

0 votes

"Awesome" vs. "Awful"

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Formal alternative to bullsh-t

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Is there a word for the selective removal of items from a list (other than cull)?

0 votes

The English translation for the Chinese word "剩女", meaning an unmarried girl over 27 without a boyfriend

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What is it called when you raise a problem and someone else makes it seem like you're entitled by bringing up something far worse?