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Jump to new posts showing off, as usual by wofahulicodoc @ Yesterday at 05:11 PM

OSTENTATIOUS PRONUNCIATION: (os-tuhn-TAY-shuss) MEANING: adjective: Pretentious or vulgar display in an attempt to impress others. ETYMOLOGY: From Latin ostentare (to display), frequentative of ostendere (to show), from ob- (against) + tendere (
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Jump to new posts there and back again by wofahulicodoc @ 12/08/16 09:15 PM

PLUSHEST P --> T SHUTTLES
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Jump to new posts a wandering minstrel I by wofahulicodoc @ 12/08/16 09:08 PM

PEREGRINATION PRONUNCIATION: (per-i-gruh-NAY-shushn) MEANING: noun: Traveling from place to place, also a course of travel, especially on foot. ETYMOLOGY: From Latin peregrinari (to travel abroad), from peregrinus (foreign), from peregre (abr
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Jump to new posts - - -velvet pillow by LukeJavan8 @ 12/08/16 12:37 PM

+P PLUSHEST
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Jump to new posts design inspiration by may2point0 @ 12/08/16 07:29 AM

Apflatus- pre-programmed inspiration app for your i-phone
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Jump to new posts OAF-FLATUS - (res ipsa loquitur) by wofahulicodoc @ 12/07/16 04:28 PM

AFFLATUS PRONUNCIATION: (uh-FLAY-tuhs) MEANING: Noun: A creative impulse or inspiration. ETYMOLOGY: From Latin afflatus (a breathing on), from ad- (to) + flare (to blow). Ultimately from the Indo-European root bhle- (to blow), which also gave
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Jump to new posts Anagrams XVI by wofahulicodoc @ 12/07/16 04:05 PM

Continued from here... Quote: B > H HUSTLE _________________________ ----please, draw me a sheep---- Holmes and Watson strike again: add S SLEUTHS
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Jump to new posts ...moving right along... by wofahulicodoc @ 12/07/16 04:02 PM

1300 is a lot of posts! Time to restart the thread in a less cumbersome form, here
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Jump to new posts - -- -hurry by LukeJavan8 @ 12/07/16 11:43 AM

B > H HUSTLE
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Jump to new posts Solmization by may2point0 @ 12/06/16 10:54 PM

Farmoreal- point taken
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Jump to new posts ... by may2point0 @ 12/06/16 10:39 PM

Subtle
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Jump to new posts That's a different angle, he said sharply by wofahulicodoc @ 12/06/16 08:19 PM

BOUTS Add E OBTUSE
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Jump to new posts =boxing by LukeJavan8 @ 12/06/16 08:05 PM

-a BOUTS-
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Jump to new posts under the sea by wofahulicodoc @ 12/06/16 02:59 PM

ABOUT add S UBOATS
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Jump to new posts - - -nearly by LukeJavan8 @ 12/06/16 12:12 PM

Y > T ABOUT
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Jump to new posts Jambalaya ! by wofahulicodoc @ 12/06/16 09:13 AM

BUOY add A BAYOU
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Jump to new posts ARMOREAN - well-protected by wofahulicodoc @ 12/06/16 08:52 AM

MARMOREAN PRONUNCIATION: (mahr-MOHR-ee-uhn) MEANING: adjective: Resembling marble or a marble statue, for example, in smoothness, whiteness, hardness, coldness, or aloofness. ETYMOLOGY: From Latin marmor (marble). Earliest documented use: 165
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Jump to new posts Pabulum by may2point0 @ 12/05/16 09:48 PM

Buoy I'm hearing confusion...toss me the buoy! Oh poop, not that buoy!!
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Jump to new posts do what I say by wofahulicodoc @ 12/05/16 08:23 PM

BOXY Y --> E OBEY
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Jump to new posts Re: France by may2point0 @ 12/05/16 08:05 PM

Boxy
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Jump to new posts Re: France by wofahulicodoc @ 12/05/16 04:23 PM

LYON L --> X ONYX
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Jump to new posts France by LukeJavan8 @ 12/05/16 04:20 PM

I > Y LYON
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Jump to new posts I'd like an O, please by may2point0 @ 12/05/16 03:39 PM

Lion
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Jump to new posts Re: antonymic homophones aka homophonic antonyms by A C Bowden @ 12/05/16 02:26 PM

Hypertension/hypotension (in some British pronunciations). Originally Posted By: DavidLaurenceAnother category of homophonic antonymns would be phrases, clauses or sentences that sound alike but have quite different or even opposite meanings. One
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Jump to new posts - - -bank by LukeJavan8 @ 12/05/16 01:25 PM

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