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Discussion Topic  Verbs: let's have some action! (in The Vocabulary Forum) by wordcrafter
This week we'll put aside the rarefied and look at some words of emphatic action. ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Euphonious Words (in The Vocabulary Forum) by wordcrafter
Dorothy Parker opined that the most beautiful words in the english language are "cheque enclosed". ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Euphonious Words (in The Vocabulary Forum) by wordcrafter
Russell Rocke in his ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Euphonious Words (in The Vocabulary Forum) by wordcrafter
Funk put ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Euphonious Words (in The Vocabulary Forum) by wordcrafter
Pausing for a moment to remember September 11, 2001, and to contemplate our remembrance of that date......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Euphonious Words (in The Vocabulary Forum) by wordcrafter
Funk's selected "beautiful words" are all lovely in meaning, typically flowers and such gentle anima......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Euphonious Words (in The Vocabulary Forum) by wordcrafter
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Discussion Topic  Euphonious Words (in The Vocabulary Forum) by wordcrafter
Many years ago Wilfred Funk propounded a list of the most beautiful words in English. Others have a......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Eponyms from Drama (in The Vocabulary Forum) by wordcrafter
What could be worse than a ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Eponyms from Drama (in The Vocabulary Forum) by wordcrafter
Sorry, WB; my sources date that use of "puck" back well before Shakespeare. But since no one's progr......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Eponyms from Drama (in The Vocabulary Forum) by wordcrafter
Let's follow yesterday's comic character, ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Eponyms from Drama (in The Vocabulary Forum) by wordcrafter
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Discussion Topic  RE: Eponyms from Drama (in The Vocabulary Forum) by wordcrafter
Beginning our catch-up: ......
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Discussion Topic  Eponyms from Drama (in The Vocabulary Forum) by wordcrafter
Sorry about the delay, folks. We'll catch up. Our last word, "pooh-bah," comes from the name of a c......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Gilbert & Sullivan (in The Vocabulary Forum) by wordcrafter
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Discussion Topic  RE: Gilbert & Sullivan (in The Vocabulary Forum) by wordcrafter
Do tell, Ros? Details? ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Gilbert & Sullivan (in The Vocabulary Forum) by wordcrafter
Instead of "Words from Gilbert & Sullivan", let's make our theme "Words from Gilbert & Sullivan's ......
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