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12/15/18 06:09 AM
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12/15/18 04:07 AM
(I know it is more of an approximately antonymic homophonic sentence relying of multiple the meanings of "find", rather than a pair single word antonym homophones, but nonetheless pretty awesome, I reckon)
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12/15/18 03:54 AM
"This is a place I find solace/soulless" (and hello wordsmiths - I was glad to find an internet place for this word nerdery!!)
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12/14/18 04:13 PM

YCLEPT

PRONUNCIATION: (i-KLEPT)

MEANING: adjective: Called or named.

ETYMOLOGY: From Old English geclypod, past participle of (ge)clypian (clepe). Earliest documented use: 950.
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YCWEPT - what Elmer Fudd did, hunting Bugs Bunny (that Wascally Wabbit)

YSLEPT - took a nap,, first- or third-person depending on whether you pronounce the Y as a long I or a long E

CYCLEPT - struck hard by a one-eyed monster
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12/13/18 09:06 PM

ILKA

PRONUNCIATION: (IL-kuh)

MEANING: adjective: Each; every.

ETYMOLOGY: From ilk (each), from Old English ylc + a (indefinite article). Earliest documented use: 1200.
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MILKA -kitchen-English for "latte"

INKA - prefix for "dinka-doo" popularized in the Forties and Fifties by Jimmy Durante

ILKAT - Felix is sick
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12/12/18 07:37 PM

ENTITLED

T —> S

LISTENED
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12/12/18 04:26 PM
A > T



ENTITLED
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12/12/18 02:37 PM

KLUTZ

PRONUNCIATION: (kluts)

MEANING: noun: A clumsy or stupid person.

ETYMOLOGY: From Yiddish klots (wooden block), from German Klotz (wooden block). Earliest documented use: 1968. Don’t confuse this word with kludge. A Yiddish synonym is schlemiel.
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KLOTZ - what stops you from bleeding

KLUTO - a midwestern dog is following a New York City dog and has misadventures (from a 1971 movie)

KLETZ - a bumbling Yiddish musician trying to play the clarinet
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12/12/18 12:52 AM

TALENTED

T --> I

ENTAILED
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12/11/18 05:10 PM
M > T


TALENTED
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12/11/18 02:43 PM

JINX

PRONUNCIATION: (jinks)

MEANING: noun: 1. One that is believed to bring bad luck.
2. A state of bad luck.
verb tr.: 1. To cast a spell on.
2. To bring bad luck upon.

ETYMOLOGY: Of uncertain origin. Perhaps from jynx wryneck, a bird that was used in witchcraft. Earliest documented use: 1911.
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EIN X - marks der Spot, in Berlin

OINX - what pigs does

JEN-X - people born between the mid-60s to the early 80s, as they sloppily refer to themselves
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12/10/18 03:42 PM

GYVE

PRONUNCIATION: (jyv)

MEANING: noun: A fetter or shackle.
verb tr.: To restrain.

ETYMOLOGY: Of unknown origin. Earliest documented use: 1275.
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GYRE - to go round and round like a dog (or a gyroscope) - see Lewis Carroll's Jabberwocky

YVE - a singular Saint Laurent

AYVE - what the Allied sailor said, confirming victory in Europe in World War Two
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12/10/18 03:31 PM

TELEMANN

N --> D

LAMENTED
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12/10/18 03:40 AM
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Georg Philipp TELEMANN
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12/10/18 01:08 AM

ALIMENT

I --> E

TELEMAN
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