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My mom said I need to find a new big word to use. Can some one help me out. It need to be a nice word but it need to be a big word

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onomatopoeia, or maybe nemophilist or brobdingnagian :D (now you have to go look them up so you can learn like mom wants you to)

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Ok thank now tho are nice word right
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Of course a Mod would never tell you a word that is bad... we could get fired! LOL
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Ok thank
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Haha, cute;)
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Gulliver wouldn't have been too happy with that third one.
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LOL Dodgy perhaps not.. though the Bards who use it in their name are awesome ;)
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I didn't know about the Bards, Deana. You probably know this, but originally Brobdingnag was the land of giants Gulliver visited after leaving Lilliput ... so anything gigantic can be called Brobdingnagian. I thought you were referring to that.
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the Brobdingnagian Bards.. look them on You Tube they do a lot of old traditional music but also have some hilarious songs such as "The Jedi Drinking Song" and "Do Virgins Taste Better" (not really all that dirty it's a song about a Dragon LOL )
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I'll be sure to do that , and thank you.
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Ingratiating. Means pleasant

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Virtuitous
Practitioner
Lobotomy

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gasconading -to boast
bragcircumlocution -1. The use of unnecessarily wordy and indirect language. 2. Evasion in speech or writing. 3. A roundabout expression. cynosure -an object at the focal point of attention; something that is used as a guide ebullient zestfully enthusiastic
equanimity the quality of being calm and even tempered
excogitate -to consider or think something out carefully and thoughtfully
magnanimous -courageously noble in mind and heart; unselfishosculator -one who kisses
parsimonious -frugal
penultimate -means second to last - as in LOSER
perfidiousness -betrayal of a trust
saxicolous -one who lives under a rock
concupiscent- a strong desire, especially sexual desire; lust
callipygian -having shapely butt
sesquipedalian -one who uses big words
unencumbered -free, not burdened with cares or responsibilities
unparagoned -having no paragon or equal; matchless; peerles******Woah that's a lot of big words!-- hope it helped (:

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Supercalifragalisticexpialidocious.

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dicmboulated

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Eusteptospondylus.
Conundrum.

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accoutrements accessories
acumen quickness and keenness of judgment or insight.
anomalistic deviation or departure from the normal or common order, form, or rule; phenomenal
auspicious favorable, prosperous
bellwether a leader, trendsetter, first in their class, and ahead of the rest
conviviality merry; festive
coruscant giving forth flashes of light; glittering
cuddlesome suitable for or inviting cuddling. Also, cuddly
cupidity eager or excessive desire, esp. to possess something: greed; avarice.
equanimity the quality of being calm and even-tempered
excogitate to consider or think something out carefully and thoroughly
gasconading to boast; to brag
idiosyncratic belonging to one's peculiar and individual character
luminescent emitting light not caused by heat
magnanimous courageously noble in mind and heart; unselfish
nidificate to nest
osculator one who kisses
proficuous profitable; advantageous; useful
remunerative serving and providing profitability
saxicolous one who lives under a rock
sesquipedalian one who uses big words
winebibber one who drinks much wine

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Go on dictionary.com and they have a word of the day. So then everyday you can have a new big word to use!

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Hippopottomonstrosesquippedaliophobia = Fear of long words:)
Lol, it's 37 letters! xD

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Oh! You can just tell her you have this phobia and cringe a little and she will leave you alone! :D
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I love that phobia so long!
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Ravenous it means super hungry!

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I can't think of one. I'm flabbergasted!

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Innocuous, means not a big deal. (IN-OC-YOU-US)

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