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Is there a suffix like "phile" or "phobe" for don't care?

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Why is this joke about elephants and quarts funny?

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What is it called when you search for something on the internet and end up looking for other and it goes in endless meander?

51 votes

What is the English verb/phrase/expression for cheating customers with an inaccurate scale?

48 votes

Word for "not putting thought into something"

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Is 'godspeed' a religious term? (Can it be used without invoking religiosity nowadays?)

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How many people are in the sentence "My friend, John, and I went shopping"?

45 votes

What do you call a place that's temporarily closed because it's a holiday?

43 votes

One word indicating that a process is not yet finished

36 votes

How popular is the slang usage of "toss" in British English?

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What do you call a confusing license plate number?

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Voice of the verb 'cancel'

28 votes

"It really doesn't matter" v "It doesn't really matter"

27 votes

Would 'sitting in a queue' be incorrect English?

24 votes

What is the opposite of a "false positive"?

24 votes

English equivalent of "c'est gratuit"

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Is it acceptable that 'fuel' is pronounced as 'fju:ə'

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Is there a word for someone who hates computers?

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Word/short phrase for "timespan has not yet started"

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Opposite of an eponym

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Origins of the word “mom” and "mother"

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A line in a drama "Van Helsing"

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Word for a message that most people find plain but a smaller group see as supportive

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Why are "slip roads" called that way?

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What is a "longstop"? (British, I think)

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'We are neither.' Is that correct?

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Word to refer to classic 1940s-1960s news voice

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Can the unexpected validity of the literal meaning of a phrase on top of the usual figurative sense be considered a pun?

14 votes

What phrase can be used to accept an unneeded apology?

13 votes

Where does "A Very British... " come from?

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