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The Dictionary

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Behold! I am the Master of Literacy! The Sultan of Syllables! I am [] and am now your Master of Syntax and Grammar! I implore, no, I command, all words to come through me and I will deem them worthy of this sacred tome of vocabularical wonders. Fear my world, this is my domain, and thus it represents my already twisted mind! For I am the Elder of the Dictionary of Lit!
This is the Literature Department's very own Dictionary, please exit to the left of the cargo hold and watch your step ok! You are free to move about the website.


If you have a word to submit please do so below do so below the bold test, Thank you.

To be added:


Words Already Added in Alphabetical Order:

Abash: Shock

Adumbration: Shadow

Agglutinate: To glue together e.g. to combine different words into compound adjectives or terms.

Aghast: Afraid

Alliteration: Where the first letters of the words in a sentance are the same. E.g Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers

Amalgumation: The combining of two different forces or entities to form a completely new entity with the characteristics of both

Ambiance: Atmosphere

Bayonet: Stab

Cliché: 1a. A once striking and effective phrase or combination of words which has become stale and hackneyed through overuse.
    1b. An overused idea or image.
    1c. A stereotype.

Contradict: to assert the opposite of or deny (a statement, etc) made by a person.

Cottabus: The pastime of throwing the wine left in a cup into a basin, a successful throw betokening success in love.

Credulous: Naive

Emo: place where all emotion comes from within the human mind

Enhearten: To encourage, cheer, strengthen.

Enjambment: When the line of a poem runs on to the next line.
e.g. Oh, here he was sitting,
On the acorn toppéd tree...

Epee: blade

Escutcheon: Shield

Evocation:Creation anew through the power of the memory or imagination.

Exultant: Happy

Firedrake: Dragon

Flirt: To show superficial or casual interest or liking

Galled: angry

Gastrophile: A lover of his stomach or of good eating.

Heuristic: Of or relating to a usually speculative formulation serving as a guide in the investigation or solution of a problem

Hyperbole: A figure of speech in which exaggeration is used for emphasis or effect

Iconoclast: One who attacks and seeks to overthrow traditional or popular ideas or institutions.
One who destroys sacred religious images.

Iconophile: A connoisseur of pictures, prints etc.

Lambent: Light

Languid: Tired

Maleficience: The doing of evil, harm, or mischief.

Naive: Lacking worldly experience and understanding.

Oblique: Slanting, deviating from the vertical or horizontal; deviating from the straight or direct line, indirect, roundabout; evasive, not to the point.

Oneiric: Of, relating to, or suggestive of dreams.

Paradox: A contradictory statement

Perplexing: strange

Privation: The state of being deprived

Procrastination: To put off doing something to what you're meant to be doing (eg. to play games instead of doing homework)

Relinquished: Has been withdrawn or retreated from

Revenant: Ghost

Rhetorical: The use of language for effect or display, such as a rhetorical question to get a point across.

Scalywag: a scamp

Scenography: The representation of an object in perspective.

Splendiferous: having great beauty and splendor

Superficial: shallow

Tenebrous: Dark

Tesseract: a four dimensional analog of a cube, bend of the three dimensions to reach a place and time quicker

Tetrad: a group or arrangement of four

Thyrsus: Staff surmounted with a pine cone that was carried by Bacchus or Dionysus the Greek god of drunkenness and revelry
Tinnitus: A sensation of noise as a ringing that is caused by a bodily condition(as wax in the ear)and can usually be heard only be the one affected

Vesicle: a blister

Water nymph: Mermaid

Windigo: demon


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2003-03-11 [Lozzenger2]: Come on people, I need word suggestions!

2003-03-15 [Veltzeh]: How about some creative synonyms for common words like fight, run, grab, bored etc?

2003-03-15 [Lozzenger2]: Ah, so a thesaurus too? I think that would probably go under a different page, but if anyone wants to do it, me...

2003-03-18 [Mirime]: Heheheheheh wonderful...

2003-08-12 [Ajax Wolfblade]: do Necrophiliac.. u perve!

2003-08-23 [Lozzenger2]: Noooooooo, no way is that going in there! Or anything else pertaining to the subject :P

2004-01-29 [adnihilo]: albeit, odium, histrionics, strumpet, milieu how are these for suggestions?

2004-02-11 [Lozzenger2]: hehe strumpet, I love that word. Moist is best though. ERgh I haven't added any words in ages. Cheers for the suggestions :D

2004-03-19 [Angel of Ice]: jailbait...i despise that word >.>

2004-04-18 [flaed]: malfeasance!!

2005-09-16 [Zenithelord]: Keep them coming, the more words I add the better you off we all are....

2006-03-31 [Ulaan]: I think you should just type out the Dictionary ^___^...might take you a while tho

2006-03-31 [Jeed]: he hasnt been here in awhile, beginnign to give up on him...

2008-05-23 [Jeed]: i dont think you get the point of this page. this isnt a page to look up words, its a place for writers to find words you dotn normally use in everyday vocabulary.

2008-05-24 [Imperator]: "Abash", "perplexing"? Those aren't exceedingly convoluted terms but nevertheless, I thought to proffer an exceptional link to an excellent web site for other Elftowners to actuate.

2008-05-24 [Jeed]: that ten to one they've known about since the 5th grade, along with everyone else in the world. and i'de like ot see you talk to your friends, if you even have any, with half of those words you just used.

2008-05-24 [Imperator]: Pardon? Your grammar was too confusing for me there... lol

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