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Word to describe someone doing something even though told not to
Does ostensible/specious make sense in this sentence?
Why can’t we call a person who taught students a “previous teacher” in this situation?
Is there a word to describe someone who is, or the state of being, content with hanging around others without interacting with them?
Grammatical/Semantic basis for the phrase "what with"
…down the primrose path
What's the plural of faulty?
Contrradicting answers for relation of speed of a motor with current
The meaning of "telegraph to every quarter fox help"
Why can’t I say “I hung a picture on the wall on the chair”?