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Discussion in 'Personal' started by monicabilongame, Jan 24, 2016.
My current favoured word is "gruntled".
I am decidedly gruntled.
one of our family words was 'ungruntled'
generally applied to the cat when we had failed to come up to his expectations.
Subfusc. Sweetheart. Transcendental. Doldrums. Cacophony.
No particular reason, except the sound of them.
Discombobulated is one of my favourite words and a good description of how I feel much of the time .
They both have hard "sc" sounds. Does that mean something, I wonder?
I used to love the word twilight, then I moved into teaching. We don't seem to have any at my current school though so it can become a favourite again.
Most swear words feel very orally satisfying to say because they use lots of areas of the mouth to articulate, and I think the hard 'c' sound is one reason.
Lots. (No, I don't mean that's one of my favourite words. Sorry.)
And, of course, serendipity.
And lots more
(This is fun!)
I've loved this word since childhood (for no particular reason at all)
Am I allowed vraisemblablement?
I also like Chrysiridia madagascariensis (which is a rather splendid moth)
I think a r s e is my fav. word too.
I quite like stick it up your f=====g a r s e but especially love
"She's/He's so up her/his own a r s e."