Meaning of

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apanthropinization and ossifragant? only one brownie point each.
 

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Secluded from human interaction.

Bone-breaking.
 
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Are we not allowed to look up the meanings? I already looked them up.

Noun
Singular
apanthropinization
Plural
apanthropinizations


apanthropinization (plural apanthropinizations)

(obsolete) Withdrawal from humanity or human concerns; the life of a hermit

Since snazzy already gave a definition
 
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Secluded from human interaction.

Bone-breaking.

2 Brownie points.
 
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Are we not allowed to look up the meanings? I already looked them up.

Noun
Singular
apanthropinization
Plural
apanthropinizations


apanthropinization (plural apanthropinizations)

(obsolete) Withdrawal from humanity or human concerns; the life of a hermit

Since snazzy already gave a definition
Try sagittipotent without looking it up.
 
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"Sue spent weeks in a state of sad apanthropinization, brought on by her ossifragant collision with a garbage truck. Her weight gain during her convelescence was caused by constant snacking on brownie points, as she overindulged out of sheer boredom."
 
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ossifragant - an illiterate Australian that wears too much cologne
 
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"Sue spent weeks in a state of sad apanthropinization, brought on by her ossifragant collision with a garbage truck. Her weight gain during her convelescence was caused by constant snacking on brownie points, as she overindulged out of sheer boredom."
:rofl: <snort> lisab, you are my most favoritist member!!!111
 
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ossifragant - an illiterate Australian that wears too much cologne
...so much that he actually smells quite sagittipotent...!
 
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Now my sides hurt from you fallaciloquence words.
 
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I was thinking ossifragrant would mean smells like bones. :biggrin:
 
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weequashing well i never.
 
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weequashing well i never.
Methods of getting the baby to stop crying?
 
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You people and your fancy wordometry.
 
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Methods of getting the baby to stop crying?

Catching long slippery things in the dark by stabbing them. OMG.
 
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Catching long slippery things in the dark by stabbing them. OMG.
Oh, that would have been my second guess...ways to hold in the wee long enough for the cab ride home from the bar.

Wow, google spider must be working overtime tonight. This thread is already number 5 in the google hits when I searched for weequashing just now.
 
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Oh, that would have been my second guess...ways to hold in the wee long enough for the cab ride home from the bar.

Wow, google spider must be working overtime tonight. This thread is already number 5 in the google hits when I searched for weequashing just now.

Those famelicose spiders.
 
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If the brownies are anything like the ones I had in Amsterdam, I'll obstrigillate it.
 
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Keep these people away from me, krioboly .
 
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Who's a pool party in sheep blood now?
 
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If the brownies are anything like the ones I had in Amsterdam, I'll obstrigillate it.

I will give you some thing sinapistic to make them taste better.
 
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Who's a pool party in sheep blood now?
They must have been druids or some such yuck.
 
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Dear me, what an altiloquent phlyarology. Perhaps a bit of semasiology could be rewarding for deipnosophistic purposes.
 
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Dear me, what an altiloquent phlyarology. Perhaps a bit of semasiology could be rewarding for deipnosophistic purposes.
Is that Greek? i detect foul play as i do not have a clue what you just said. LOL.
 
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Interesting, googling for "altiloquent phlyarology" gives a single result, this page! Incredible spiders. But no it's English. Try again.
 

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