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Blep- one vowel short of a bleep

Blit- not enough z's to make the effort

Slet- vohd kee naee doo (self-evident Russian accent)

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BLET

PRONUNCIATION: (blet)

MEANING: - verb tr.: To overripen to the point of rotting.

ETYMOLOGY: - Coined by the botanist John Lindley in 1835, from French blettir (to overripen).
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BLERT - greeting from an affectionate kitten

ILET - a young egotist

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GALUMPH

PRONUNCIATION: (guh-LUMF)

MEANING: verb intr.: To move clumsily or heavily.

ETYMOLOGY: Coined by Lewis Carroll in his 1871 novel Through the Looking-Glass A blend of gallop + triumph.
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GALYMPH - a large amount of oozing serum

GOALUMPH - hard work required to score

GALHUMPH - She is Not Amused

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SLITHY

PRONUNCIATION: (SLY-thee)

MEANING: adjective: Smooth and active; slimy; slithery.

ETYMOLOGY: Coined by Lewis Carroll in his 1871 novel Through the Looking-Glass. A blend of slimy + lithe.
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SLITSHY - embarrassed by having to go through tall narrow openings

USLITHY - fancy new name of the former United States Stone Company

SITHY - the Dark Side of the Force is strong with this one

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Slothy- h a a a

h a a


h a




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CHORTLE

PRONUNCIATION: (CHOR-tuhl)

MEANING: noun: A joyful laugh.
verb tr., intr.: To laugh in a joyful manner.

ETYMOLOGY: Coined by Lewis Carroll in his 1871 novel Through the Looking-Glass. A blend of chuckle + snort.
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CHARTLE - a map insert

CHORTILE - 25% of all singing groups

CHOSTLE - to shove people aside rudely as you make your way through a crowd in Red Square, Moscow


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BANDERSNATCH

PRONUNCIATION: (BAN-duhr-snach)

MEANING: noun: 1. A fast and ferocious wild creature. 2. An uncouth or bizarre person.

ETYMOLOGY: Coined by Lewis Carroll in his 1871 novel Through the Looking-Glass. The name of a fictional creature.
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BANDERSNITCH - the backup guitar player when he tattles

BANKERSNATCH - Jeopardy answer to the question "Who caused the Credit-Bubble collapse of of 2008?"

BANDERASNATCH - what they call the game of "Capture the White Flag" in Spanish Harlem

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blandersnatch < menacing bird

bindersnatch- book of birds

bendersnatch- rule bending bird

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Q: What to binge drinkers go on?
A: Benders,natch!

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FRABJOUS

PRONUNCIATION: (FRAB-juhs)

MEANING: adjective: Wonderful; delightful.

ETYMOLOGY: Coined by Lewis Carroll in his 1871 novel Through the Looking-Glass. A blend of fair, fabulous, and joyous. See the text of the poem Jabberwocky.
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FRACJOUS - cross, irritabull

ARABJOUS - the Middle East problem in a nutshell

FRABIJOUS - jewels on a French monk

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