Emperor Max wrote:I just realised ambidextrous is a nice word as well. And petrichor! Awesome words to use in speech.
In writing, I like bass. It can be both an instrument, a fish and low-frequency sound. Totally epic.
ttremblay wrote:Oooh that reminds me of how much I love coalesce.
Monika wrote:I always felt cacophonous sounds exactly like what it means, but that may be because it sounds similar to one German word for "shit" .
"onomatopoeia" is a word for words that sound like their meaning. I don't think there is a word for the opposite.
Are you claiming that "puppy" beats "narcissistic"? Nonsense!Ave wrote:Hullabaloo
and the best word of all: puppy. It's not even the visual association. Just say the word 'puppy.' I'm serious!
mrbaggins wrote:There are two tools in life, duct tape and WD40. If it moves and shouldn't, use the tape. If it doesn't move and should, use the WD40.
Ave wrote:and the best word of all: puppy. It's not even the visual association. Just say the word 'puppy.' I'm serious!
Shivahn wrote:Given RNA, derive a spider monkey.
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