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Grandiloquent – Daedalist

One of my favorite Mythology stories is of Daedalus who created wings so that he and his son Icarus could fly toward the sun. In ancient Greek, the name Daedalus means “Clever Worker” Besides his ‘lofty’ creation, he is also known (in Homer) as the man who created the Labyrinth that the Minotaur inhabited. *used […]

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Fenian Brotherhood

B’s (Fenian, 1883). Patriotic Brotherhood. In questionable taste. The members of the Patriotic Brotherhood, or Irish Invincibles, thus styled themselves. It may have had some absurd association with the ‘busy bee’ Definition/Entry taken from: Passing English of the Victorian era, a dictionary of heterodox English, slang and phrase, by J. Redding Ware; 1909 Bookmark on […]

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Grandiloquent – Word of the Day

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Grandiloquent Word of the Day – Equipage

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