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     1  ~ 2014 oct 03parliament of owlsCollective NounsA parliament of owls (stare) A fling of oxbirds. A company of parrots (flock, pandemonium, psittacosis) A covey of partridges (bevy, bew, clutch, warren) A muster ... ‎Birds - ‎Mammals - ‎Invertebrates - ‎Insects & Arachnids
     2  ~ 2014 sep 14words that spell words backwardsBack WordsAlso known as mirror words , Janus words , reverse words and emordnilap words ... backwards ), Back Words are words that when read backwards spell another, ...
     2  +2 2014 sep 09like ceaser's wifeExpressions & Sayings (C)Caesar did not believe such rumours but he made it clear, when divorcing her, that even Caesar's wife must be above suspicion. The expression like Caesar's  ...
     2  +2 2014 aug 28english expressions and sayingsExpressions & Sayings IndexIn fact, many of the words and phrases common in daily English originate from a wide variety of sources such as mythology, folklore, literature, religion, science, ...
     2  +2 2014 jul 26right ear burningExpressions & Sayings (E)Both Plautus and Pliny held that if a person's right ear burns then he is being praised, but a burning left ear indicates that he is the subject of evil intent. English  ...
     3  -1 2014 sep 15collective nounsCollective Nouns . One of the many oddities of the ... Many of these collective nouns are beautiful and evocative, even poetic. Birds ~ Mammals ~ Invertebrates  ...
     4  +1 2014 sep 23love word collectionWords of LoveFor all you romantics, here is a collection of loving words . However, you are not ... aichmophilia, Love of needles and other pointed objects. aigialophile, Affinity ...
     4  +4 2014 aug 20list of collective nounsA budget of inventions. A chain of islands (archipelago) A cache of jewels. A ring of keys. A fleet of lorries (convoy), A rouleau of coins. A collective of nouns
     4  +9 2014 jul 29english expressions phrasesExpressions & Sayings ... In fact, many of the words and phrases common in daily English originate from a wide variety of sources such as ... Best of British luck
     4  ~ 2014 jul 25common sayings and phrasesExpressions & Sayings ... In fact, many of the words and phrases common in daily English originate from a wide variety of .... Century of the common man, the
     4  +1 2014 jul 21three peaks challenseThe Three Peaks ChallengeDetails of the National UK Three Peaks Challenge . Information for groups wanting to climb Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike & Snowdon. Three Peaks Challenge forum ...
     5  +2 2014 oct 03flock of birdsA flock of birds (dissimulation, fleet, flight, parcel, pod, volary, ) A sedge of bitterns (siege) A chain of bobolinks. A bellowing of bullfinches. A flock of bustards
     5  +3 2014 sep 20ologyOlogies- ology , a suffix derived from the Greek logos, meaning the 'study of', ... The following is a long list of ologies , along with their fields of study. Many are common ...
     5  +3 2014 sep 07weird wordsUnusual WordsA by no means exhaustive list of rare, obscure, strange and sometimes funny words and ... hippopotomonstrosesquipedalian, Pertaining to extremely long words .
     5  -2 2014 aug 24famous phrases and sayingsHave you ever wondered where some of the expressions and sayings used in everyday language come from? In fact, many of the words and phrases common in daily English originate from a wide variety of sources such ... Blows great guns
     5  -2 2014 aug 06three peaks challege
     5  +3 2014 aug 01well known sayingsExpressions & Sayings . Have you ever wondered where some of the
     6  -1 2014 sep 24collective noun owlsA parliament of owls (stare) A fling of oxbirds. A company of parrots (flock, pandemonium, psittacosis) A covey of partridges (bevy, bew, clutch, warren) A muster ...
     6  ~ 2014 sep 13collective noun for horsesA parcel of hinds. A bloat of hippopotami (crash, herd, pod, school, thunder) A drift of hogs (drove, parcel) A stable of horses (drove, harras, herd, remuda, string , ...
     6  +37 2014 aug 25coolest english wordshadeharia, The practice of constantly using the word "Hell" in speaking. hamartithia ... hippopotomonstrosesquipedalian, Pertaining to extremely long words .
     6  +3 2014 jul 24collective noun for mulesA barren of mules (pack, rake, span) A family of otters (bevy, raft, romp) A team of oxen (drove, herd, meinie, span, yoke) A pomp of pekingese. A drove of pigs ...
     7  +3 2014 sep 17funny englishFunny English (Page One)English Pronunciation. Dearest creature in creation, Studying English pronunciation. I will teach you in my verse. Sounds like corpse, corps, horse, and worse.
     7  +11 2014 sep 03collective nouns animals
     7  -2 2014 aug 27list of interesting words
     7  +5 2014 aug 24words and their meaningsUnusual Words. A by no means exhaustive list of rare, obscure, strange and sometimes funny words and their meanings that only seem to crop up in crosswords ...
     7  +5 2014 aug 24old sayings and meaningsHave you ever wondered where some of the expressions and sayings used in ... literature, religion, science, history, superstition, old customs and practices, the ... If you prefer to go directly to the meaning and origin of a specific expression,
     8  +43 2014 aug 25really cool wordsagerasia, The state of looking younger than one actually is. agraffe, The wire that holds the cork in a champagne bottle. algerining, Prowling around with the ...
     8  +2 2014 aug 08words and meaningsUnusual Words . A by no means exhaustive list of rare, obscure, strange and sometimes funny words and their meanings that only seem to crop up in crosswords ...
     9  +5 2014 sep 06collective noun for monkeysA troop of monkeys (cartload, mission, tribe, wilderness) A herd of moose. A barren of mules (pack, rake, span) A family of otters (bevy, raft, romp) A team of oxen ...
     9  -2 2014 aug 22phrases for last minuteEleventh hour - the last minute . In the Bible, Matthew (20:1-16) tells a parable in which the doctrine of grace is explained in a story of the labourers in the lord's ...
     9  ~ 2014 aug 22belief in banana republicExpressions & Sayings (B)This is not a reference to the male anatomy, as some would believe , but an ... Banana republic - small country, politically unstable, dependent on limited ...
     9  +3 2014 aug 19cool sounding wordsborborygmus, The rumbling sound of gas passing through the intestine. brevirostrate, Having a short nose. bromidrosis, Strongly smelling perspiration. brontide ...
     9  ~ 2014 aug 14list of homonymsHomonymsAdam, The first man, Relating to a decorative style of furniture. adder, One who adds, Common viper. advert, To refer to, Short for advertisement. affect, Have an  ...
     9  -1 2014 aug 01words related to timeTimely WordsIf you can spare the time , take a look at the following list of words containing the combining form chron- or chrono-, meaning ' relating to time ', from the greek ...
     9  +69 2014 jul 25buck to basicsBack to basics was taken up by the British Conservative Party in 1993 as an
     9  +12 2014 jul 23what are collective nouns
     10  +9 2014 sep 05collective noun for bunniesA colony of rabbits (bury, drove, flick, kindle, leash, nest, trace, warren, wrack) A field of racehorses (string) A nursery of raccoons (gaze) A colony of rats (horde, ...
     10  +45 2014 aug 19list of cool words
     10  ~ 2014 aug 13group of pigsA group of guinea pigs . A horde of hamsters. A drove of hares (down, flick, herd, husk, kindle, leash, trace, trip) A herd of harts. A herd of hartebeests. A array of ...
     10  ~ 2014 aug 10traditional english apple treesDolau-hirion Fruit TreesWe sell Welsh apple varieties and pear trees including a range of cider and perry types. We also stock traditional , English fruit trees suitable for growing in Wales ...
     11  +7 2014 oct 01collective nouns for animals
     11  +3 2014 sep 11collective noun for rooksA parliament of rooks (building, clamour, congregation, shoal, wing) A hill of ruffs. A fling of sandpipers. A cloud of seafowls. A squabble of seagulls. A dopping of ...
     11  +6 2014 sep 03old english sayingsIn fact, many of the words and phrases common in daily English originate from a ... history, superstition, old customs and practices, the language and culture of ...
     12  -3 2014 sep 16collective of starlingsMany of these collective nouns are beautiful and evocative, even poetic. Birds ~ Mammals ... A murmuration of starlings (chattering, cloud, congregation, clutter)
     12  +3 2014 sep 01meanings of words
     12  +4 2014 aug 28sayings in englishHave you ever wondered where some of the expressions and sayings used in ... In fact, many of the words and phrases common in daily English originate from a  ...
     12  +28 2014 aug 26cool short wordsbrevirostrate, Having a short nose. bromidrosis, Strongly smelling perspiration. brontide, The low rumbling of distant thunder. C. cachinnation, Loud or hysterical  ...
     12  +24 2014 aug 22mexican bald milking dogsExpressions & Sayings (G)The full proverb is 'Give a dog an ill name and hang him', which can be interpreted in two ways: 'If you can ... Go bald -headed - act impetuously, without restraint
     12  +1 2014 aug 13everyday english phrasesExpressions & Sayings . Have you ever wondered where some of the expressions and sayings used in everyday language come from? ... Best of British luck
     12  -8 2014 aug 06three peaks challenge routeThe Three Peaks Challenge - The 24 Hour ChallengeSo you've decided to attempt the challenge? Because there are so many organised challenges, with differing rules and routes , a Three Peaks Challenge record ...
     12  +28 2014 aug 05pride of wolvesA pride of ostriches (flock) A parliament of owls ... A muster of peacocks ( ostentation, pride ) A pod of pelicans .... A pack of wolves (herd, rout) A mob of wombats
     13  +19 2014 sep 29bluesquare adds a social element to in play actionBack to square one - back to where one started, having wasted time
     13  -5 2014 aug 10lily hotel da layExpressions & Sayings (L)La-di- da - affectedly refined, especially in speech
     13  +40 2014 aug 09word for last chanceOriginally a military term , the last ditch of your defences would be the final rallying point, your last chance to avoid defeat. William III of England (1689-1702) is ...
     13  +26 2014 jul 30crazy english word
     13  -3 2014 jul 22snowdonia peaks mapsThree Peaks Challenge - SnowdonDetails of the Snowdon walk as part of the national Three Peaks Challenge. Pyg and Miners ... Image produced from the Ordnance Survey Get-a- map service.
     14  -2 2014 sep 26word niceCurious Word Origins (M-N-O-P)The first syllable of the word is from the Dutch verb meaning to 'grind' and the ... This word started life meaning something not very ' nice ' at all, and has had more  ...
     14  +27 2014 sep 23fine sayingsExpressions & Sayings (I)In the past we might have heard 'good fettle' or bad fettle', and in John Barleycorn by Jack London, published in 1913: 'Those fifty-one days of fine sailing and ...
     14  -1 2014 jul 29flock of owlsA pride of ostriches ( flock ) A parliament of owls (stare) A fling of oxbirds. A company of parrots ( flock , pandemonium, psittacosis) A covey of partridges (bevy , bew ...
     15  +86 2014 sep 19cool words
     15  +2 2014 sep 16power phrases that stick!Expressions & Sayings (S)The Romans lived in such intense dread of the powers of evil that guards were ... A score is originally a notch cut (scored) into a stick to mark an addition when ...
     15  +30 2014 sep 01alternative the black hole reloadedThere is, however, an alternative origin in board games such as Snakes and
     15  +5 2014 aug 09common english expressionsIn fact, many of the words and phrases common in daily English originate from a ... If you prefer to go directly to the meaning and origin of a specific expression ,
     15  -2 2014 aug 07the three peaksDetails of the National UK Three Peaks Challenge. Information for groups wanting to climb Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike & Snowdon. Three Peaks Challenge forum ...
     16  +3 2014 aug 07what is a homonymHomonyms . A homonym is a word that has the same spelling and the same pronunciation as another word, but has a different meaning from it. For example, bill ...
     17  +10 2014 sep 27go poker and the sublimeExpressions & Sayings (F)Fall on deaf ears - go unheard ..... expression has been in use since about 1904 and originated in the game of stud poker . ... From the sublime to the ridiculous
     17  +2 2014 jul 29popular phrases in englishExpressions & Sayings ... In fact, many of the words and phrases common in daily English originate from a wide variety of .... Century of the common man, the
     18  +22 2014 sep 26title nine antidote capExpressions & Sayings (H)Hair of the dog - (small) alcoholic drink taken as an antidote to a hangover
     18  +42 2014 aug 14england english sayingsExpressions & Sayings . Have you ever wondered ... Best of British luck · Between a rock and a ... Close one's eyes and think of England · Cloud-cuckoo-land
     18  +5 2014 jul 21gung ho etimologyThe origin of this is somewhat unpleasant and a little unexpected. It seems to ..... Thus, gung - ho became associated with tough adventurism. In general use, it ...
     19  -10 2014 sep 28collective noun for swansA herd of swans (bank, bevy, drift, eyrar, game, herd, lamentation, sownder, squadron, team, wedge, whiteness, whiting) A flock of swifts. A spring of teals ( bunch ...
     19  +2 2014 sep 18word originsCurious Word Origins ( Main Index)Curious Word Origins . Common words with uncommon beginnings. Many everyday words have strange and surprising etymologies. Here are just a few of them.
     19  +14 2014 sep 18funny english languageFunny EnglishWe'll begin with a box and the plural is boxes, But the plural of ox should be oxen , not oxes. The one fowl is a ...
     19  +3 2014 aug 16patience of jobExpressions & Sayings (P)Because of his endurance, Job is blessed by God and his prosperity is made greater than before. The patience of Job thus became proverbial and is referred to ...
     20  +24 2014 sep 17bean age backwardsA bean -feast used to be an annual dinner given by an employer to his staff and was so called because .... Bend over backwards - try very hard, especially to help
     20  -10 2014 aug 22expressions anglaises cheersExpressions & Sayings . Have you ever wondered where some of the expressions and sayings used in everyday language come from? .... Cup that cheers , the
     20  +5 2014 jul 24what is a homophoneHomophonesA homophone is a word that is pronounced and sounds the same as another word but is spelled differently and has a completely different meaning. For example ...
     21  -2 2014 aug 24phrase hitting to orseIn Old English a hackney was an ordinary horse (i.e. not a thoroughbred) suitable for ... The term gradually came to be transferred to people and their hometowns. ..... a base-runner starts to run as the pitcher throws and the batter attempts a hit .
     21  +21 2014 jul 31sayings about ageExpressions & Sayings (A)Age before beauty. This expression started life in the late 19th century, probably as a graceful way for an older woman to acknowledge the courtesy of a younger  ...
     21  +14 2014 jul 30training copybook uk
     23  -2 2014 aug 15hail fellow well metThis is made up of two obsolete greetings, ' Hail , fellow ' and ' Well met '. In the first, hail meant ( good ) health and fellow was, roughly, comrade; hail (-) fellow used ...
     23  -11 2014 jul 22scafell pike mapThe Three Peaks Challenge - Scafell PikeDetails of the Scafell Pike section of the 24 Hour Three Peaks Challenge. ... fill up water bottles, change maps , sort out your kit and rucsac ready for Scafell Pike .
     23  +5 2014 jul 17keeping his poder dryExpressions & Sayings (K)Keep one's powder dry - be prepared for action, but be cautious; preserve one's ... During his cold-blooded and savage Irish campaign of 1649 he is said to have  ...
     24  -1 2014 aug 26well known adagesHave you ever wondered where some of the expressions and sayings used in everyday ... The following alphabetised pages contain many of common expressions and sayings you may well have used yourself, along with ..... (None known ).
     24  +19 2014 aug 17origins of wordsIf you prefer to go straight to the meaning and origin of a specific word , click on its relevant entry in the alphabetical list below. Use this alphabet to speed up your ...
     24  -2 2014 jul 25speech phobia of animalPhobiasAcarophobia, Fear of itching or of the insects that cause itching. Acerbophobia ... Agrizoophobia , Fear of wild animals . Agyiophobia ... Alophobia , Fear of speech .
     25  +4 2014 sep 24wood bark tumor flat decorationAdam, The first man, Relating to a decorative style of furniture. adder, One who adds ... bass, A type of fish, The inner bark of the lime tree . basset, A type of dog ...
     25  ~ 2014 aug 23describe an apple bakerThe commentator referred to these squares when describing the progress of play,
     25  +7 2014 jul 25banana blues cylinder bootsBanana republic · Bandy words, to ... Between the devil and the deep blue sea · Between you ... Boot is on the other foot, the .... Firing on all cylinders · First-rate
     26  +64 2014 aug 29christian bonnet pokerThe notion of having a bee in one's bonnet implies an inability to concentrate on
     26  +1 2014 jul 25common english phrases
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