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Is there an adjective that means "does not emit CO2 or cause pollution"?

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Using "in all sorts of unexpected ways" for something that happens once to someone

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Is there a word you can use to mean "changing something to fit another purpose"?

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Differences between "suck up" and "suck in"

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Is "elect someone to x" idiomatic?

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A word for something judges do before issuing a final verdict?

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Is there any idiom similar to "some things are better left unsaid"?

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Is there a word, slang that means "something that stops conversation"?

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Is there any other way to say "do what you want to do"? [closed]

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What do you call the act of doing something to win political points for the next election rather than useful things like enacting policies?

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Is there a word that means "follow musically"?

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An idiom or phrase that means "as an act of solidarity"?

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Is there a better way to say "at the midpoint of your life"?

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Is there a more idiomatic way of saying "continue your love"?

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Use of who and that when the group referred to are constituted of animals and men

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Are "thinking" and "while thinking" the same thing?

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How do you specify which pair of sides in a discussion?

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What does "one and all" mean in this context?

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What do you call a shot showing what's happening inside a body?

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Idiomatic way of saying "stick with crazy glue"

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When to use the idiom "set someone up"?

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What do we say when we ask for an opinion to everyone in a group except the guy who just answered?

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Are both "threatened to" and "threatened that" valid?

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Do we say "in the nightmarescape" or "on the nightmarescape"?

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Is there a verb that means you "belong to a political ideology"?

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Is "shutting down X off of Y" grammatical?

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A verb like molded, but for things that don't maintain their shapes

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Are "made it possible that" and "made sure that" synonymous?

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Is "slung it off far into the distance" idiomatic?

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Is there an adjective that means "far-deviating"?