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Thread: Just curious.

  1. #21
    F Walter
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    Re: My favourite word

    NEEVIL
    I think broken up that might actually be scottish for "not evil"
    Ne-evil
    Nay-evil
    As in "There enee, nay evil here"
    Fran.



  2. #22
    Bob Kellogg
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    Blem

    PB, the automobile tire industry invented that wonderful word. A tire with blemishes is a "blem." There's something about the word that soulds like it should have been used in, say, A Clockwork Orange. Or something by Isaac Asimov.

    Bob K.

  3. #23
    Picture Book
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    Blimp & Blem

    Like blimp?

  4. #24
    F Walter
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    Re: Blimp & Blem

    For some reason that Blem word reminds me of another of my favourites.
    Plebian I don't know why I like it just sounds good.
    Fran.

  5. #25
    Avon
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    Re: Blimp & Blem


    Ever since George W Bush became president, the words "coup d'état" spring to mind a lot.

  6. #26
    Glen T. Brock
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    Re: Blimp & Blem

    Avon,

    Wouldn't that be "Coupe de Grassie?"

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