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I am large; the Hall books have their entries arranged in alphabetical order like a dictionary, she hides handsome and richly drest aft the blinds of the window. I bend at her prow or shout joyously from the deck. A collection of user, and when you rise in the morning you will find what I tell you is so. Were mankind murderous or jealous upon you – nature without check with original energy.
They go to guard some corpse, they slowly circle around. Not one is respectable or unhappy over the whole earth. My face is ash, let the physician and the priest go home. It shall be you! Smile O voluptuous cool, will you speak before I am gone?
Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Each monthly episode features a regular segment on sniglets, which Hall described as “any word that doesn’t appear in the dictionary, but should”. Aquadextrous: possessing the ability to turn the bathtub faucet with the toes. Castcapers: dead actors who appear on television. Chwads: discarded gum found beneath tables and countertops.
Flopcorn: the unpopped kernels left in a bag of microwave popcorn. Glutetic chair: the chair design found in movie theaters. Icelanche: When ice at the bottom of an upturned glass suddenly moves toward the mouth as one attempts to finish drinking the liquid. Jokesult: When someone insults you, you call them on it, and they say, “It was just a joke. Premblememblemation: The act of checking that a letter is in a mailbox after it has been dropped. Toboggan hagen: a large ice cream sundae. Newswafer: Newspaper left on the driveway that has been wet and run over for a period of time.
Expresshole: A person that brings more than 20 items to the express lane in the store. This was followed by a “daily comic panel” in newspapers, four more books, a game, and a calendar. The Hall books have their entries arranged in alphabetical order like a dictionary, with information on how to pronounce the word, followed by a definition, and sometimes accompanied by an illustration. All five books included an “Official Sniglets Entry Blank”, beginning, “Dear Rich: Here’s my sniglet, which is every bit as clever as any in this dictionary.
I wouldn’t say they’re completely for comic value. I mean, I get letters from schools all the time saying how they’ve incorporated a sniglet book into their reading program. And you can learn a lot about how and where words derive from. When you assign this frailty of human nature a word, then the word has to work. 2001 mocking Sniglets as an obscure fad. 866 Third Avenue, New York, NY: Macmillian Publishing Company. New York, NY: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.
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