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Bibliosmia (n.) The smell and aroma of old or good books. via
pronunciation | a-‘cat-a-lep-sE #acatalepsy, noun, English, philosophy, certainty, sorry for the lack of tags, in a bit of a hurry, words, otherwordly, other-wordly, definitions, A,
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#gasconade, noun, verb, origin: french, english, boast, brag, gaston, words, otherwordly, other-wordly, definitions, G,
I think everyone with Fibromyalgia or a Chronic Illness has met one or two of these...That is when you put your hand up and let them talk to the hand!
My room is nonsense. I like to be surrounded by the nonsense, maybe to make myself feel a little more sane.
pronunciation | mi-‘caw-ber #micawber, noun, dickens, charles dickens, english, optimism, optimist, words, otherwordly, other-wordly, definitions, M,
pronunciation | 'plE-o-naz-m #pleonasm, noun, English, redundant, tagging is hard guys, words, otherwordly, other-wordly, definitions, P,
@Susan Caron Holtsclaw and @Anita Martin Twilight Corner This made me think of both of you!
Came from the slave days, and was considered a medical disease which needed curing if a slave was wanting to escape. So, metaphorically speaking, this word can be used as a noun if you feel trapped and ache for escape.:
#brontide, english, noun, otherwordly, words, distant thunder, thunder, other-wordly, personal favorites, weather, whether the weather, B, definitions,