Deadword of the Day: Errorist

Errorist: One who errs. A proliferator of error.

As in: Major League Baseball has had its share of errorist attacks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Herman Long

Deadword of the Day: Monsterful

Monsterful: Wonderful, delightful

As in: Oh the monstrosity of these monsterful monsters!

Deadword of the Day: Strigil

Strigil: An ancient tool for scraping dirt and sweat off the body, (before soap was invented).

As in: May I borrow your strigil?

Ludicrous Latin: Finis aetatis

End of an era.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Steve Jobs resigns…

Deadword of the Day: Sandillions

Sandillions: Numbers like grains of sand on the shore.

As in: Sandillions of  poor helpless rubber duckies are abandoned every day

Deadword of the Day: Farded

Farded: Painted, embellished with color or decor.

As in: Somebody farded in here. 

Michelangelo farded this one on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel.

Deadword of the Day: Gowl

Gowl: To weep in anger.

As in: Quit gowling and eat your greens!

Ludicrous Latin: Quis nunc barbara?

Who’s the barbarian now?
 

Deadword of the Day: Snoutfair

Snoutfair: A person with attractive facial features

As in: Marco Polo is the most snoutfair person I know!

 

Ludicrous Latin: Adaugeo-

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-National Architects Union Headquarters, Romania

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