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Words we should have circulating again

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Thanks for these great vocabulary extenders, I’ll try to work them into my daily conversation except I’m a
solivagant with little use for conversation.

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Deleted Member @ 23/11/2017 22:27  

The cover of night certainly makes it easier to be a scopophiliac.

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Deleted Member @ 23/11/2017 22:50  

And the anfractuous path I follow keeps me fit

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Deleted Member @ 23/11/2017 23:53  

Crapulous after a night in a shypoo shanty

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Deleted Member @ 24/11/2017 08:47  

What a load of mullock...:)>

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jinx57 @ 01/12/2017 22:33  

Lackspittle

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jinx57 @ 17/12/2017 11:47  

Antimetabolite.....interfering little menace

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jinx57 @ 23/12/2017 08:52  

The endless power of Oxford Dictionaries,can take no credit..lol

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jinx57 @ 27/12/2017 20:13  

Habiliments - clothing. As in, "Purveyor of habiliments for the gentlewoman and gentleman motorcyclist".

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Deleted Member @ 02/01/2018 19:42  

BANG-A-BONK - to sit lazily on a riverbank

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rowanblossom @ 10/01/2018 13:03  

Defenestration - it would make politics so much more entertaining if this was used instead of 'reshuffle'.

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Eiron @ 10/01/2018 20:53  

Commonsense....still in common usage,but f*ck all in the way of evidence of it in normal life these days..:/

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jinx57 @ 11/01/2018 22:25  

Petrichor - the pleasant smell that accompanies the first rain after a long period of warm, dry weather.

And come to think of it “ long period of warm, dry weather” are also too infrequently heard.

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Deleted Member @ 25/01/2018 12:16  

Discombobulated, I think Ken Dodd used that one. No idea what it means exactly, probably confused, which is what I am most of the time.

(Goes to check I'm posting in the correct thread) 🤣

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Sandi @ 21/11/2018 13:50  

Balderdash, Poppycock and Piffle. Used seperately or to greater effect in combination as per the example. Just says what it means really.

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double six @ 21/11/2018 15:11  

And one I actually use......

Gongoozler ~ gongoozler is a person who enjoys watching activity on the canals of the United Kingdom. The term is also used more generally to describe those who harbour an interest in canals and canal life, but do not actively participate.. 😜😜

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xSuzix @ 21/11/2018 16:55  

@ Double 6 Balderdash, Poppycock and Piffle. Used seperately or to greater effect in combination as per the example. Just says what it means really.
" Bah Humbug " It is good to see you in the Christmas Spirit 6 pmsl
Raise you a "double Snifter" against a "Daily Taster"
Stay safe n smiling m8

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Quietman2 @ 21/11/2018 17:00  

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