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is for questions about whether or not a particular phrase or sentence is a usual or common way that fluent English speakers might express something.

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Lexico does not have an entry for "smooth sailing" but it does have plain sailing NOUN Smooth and easy progress in a process or activity. team-building was not all plain sailing So I …
answered Aug 14 by Weather Vane
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I suggest the word spew which is defined by Lexico as spew VERB 1 Expel large quantities of (something) rapidly and forcibly. buses were spewing out black clouds of exhaust …
answered Jul 14 by Weather Vane
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The first is the better choice. But oh that double negative! Being intentionally inaccurate is deception. She did not intend to deceive.
answered Dec 17 '17 by Weather Vane
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We usually say Jim is able to do A. Jim is capable of doing B. My suggestions are Jim is equally able to do A and B. Jim is capable of doing both A and B. Jim is just as capable of doi …
answered May 29 by Weather Vane
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The question seems to focus more on religion than on sports or hair style. A religion is a practice not a belief. You might not believe religions exist until you see people go to a place of worship. …
answered Jun 4 '18 by Weather Vane