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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby faubiguy » Thu Oct 01, 2015 6:49 pm UTC

Inspire: Inside of a pointed structure on top of a building
Landing: The sound a router makes when it comes online

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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby Echo244 » Fri Oct 02, 2015 8:57 am UTC

Largesse: Capital form of the 19th letter of the alphabet
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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby Echo244 » Tue Oct 06, 2015 12:18 pm UTC

Reading: To strike a bell for the second time.

Suburb: The root of a non-woody plant often used for flavouring food.

Rugby: Small flying insect that gathers nectar from doormats. And occasionally toupees.
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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby mathmannix » Tue Oct 06, 2015 6:31 pm UTC

Isolate: what I say when I oversleep

Crisis: what happened when her brother hit her

Sea legs: the ova of a pinniped

Intonation: within the land of the pedal phalanges

Ventricle: when your circular diagram is still dripping
---> Drive-in: when that's over with
I hear velociraptor tastes like chicken.

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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby faubiguy » Tue Oct 06, 2015 11:03 pm UTC

Punish - Similar to a play on words
Banish - Similar to a prohibiton
Selfish - A fish that runs a shop
Brandish - Similar to a brand
Cherish - Similar to a seat
Childish - A meal made for kids
Embellish - To form into the shape of a bell
Finish - Similar to a part of a fish
Freakish - An ancient Sumerian city without a ruler.
Goodish - A sludge-like meal
Kiddish - A meal made for children
Lowish - A request to be shorter
Oldish - A traditional meal
Outlandish - A meal to eat when you're away from wifi
Parish - Similar to a group of two items
Polish - Similar to a vote
Radish - Semi-radical
Reddish - A meal that is red
Roundish - A circular plate
Shellfish - Similar to a shelf
Vanish - Similar to a van

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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby Echo244 » Wed Oct 07, 2015 8:25 am UTC

Prowess: Ornate version of the 19th letter of the alphabet, decorating the front of a ship.
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Postby patzer » Wed Oct 07, 2015 9:22 am UTC

Nomic - You'll have to raise your voice.
Dinosaur - Jacob's daughter noticed
Germinate - to become German
Ruminate - the male consumed the kangaroo
Lesson - reduce
Isobar - an investment account for sheep
Fairy - rather like a fair
Antidisestablishmentarianism - Sister of my mother, you should disparage a rather barn-like mountain that's named after an ancient non-trinitarian branch of Christianity!
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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby Echo244 » Wed Oct 07, 2015 9:31 am UTC

Coding: The echo of a bell.

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Assassin: A joke, beginning "So, these two donkeys walk into a bar..."

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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby Suzaku » Fri Oct 09, 2015 12:13 pm UTC

Building - A chime rung to request the cheque at a restaurant.
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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby Echo244 » Fri Oct 09, 2015 12:35 pm UTC

Validate: A romantic assignation in a low area between hills, often with a river running through it.
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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby faubiguy » Fri Oct 09, 2015 12:54 pm UTC

acceding - A bell sound reminiscent of axes.
according - One sound from the center of a bell
adding - One bell sound.
affording - One sound from the front of a bell
aiding - One bell sound
alluding - A sound to signal that the restroom is available
amending - A bell sound from people who are male
appending - A sound a writing instrument makes when it bounces off of metal
attending - A sound made by ten bells in unison
avoiding - A bell sound that comes from nowhere
awarding - A bell sound that can be heard during battles
balding - The sound a spherical bell makes
banding - To prohibit using bells
beading - The sound of a bell used by apiarists
bearding - The sound made when something hits a beer glass
bedding - The sound of a bell used to signal sleep time
beholding - The sound of a bell used to alert others that a space contains a hive
bending - The sound of London's most prominent clock tower
bestriding - The sound of a bell tied to a large animal used for transportation
bidding - The sound of an auctioneer's bell
biding - The sound of a bell that can be heard as someone leaves a shop
birding - The sound of a winter bell, when it is very cold
boarding - The sound of a bell tied to a large pig
bobsledding - The sound of a bell on a bobsled
boding - The sound of a bell carried by an archer
bodybuilding - The sound of a bell used by a surgeon when stating the price of an operation
bombarding - The sound of a bell used to get attention when announcing a ban on explosives
branding - A bell sound associated with some cereals
breastfeeding - A bell sound heard when purchasing some cuts of poultry
budding - The sound of a bell rung by one's friend
carding - A bell sound from an automobile
ceding - The sound of a bell made of seashells
childminding - The sound of a bell used by a young miner
codding - The sound of a bell used by some fishers.
coding - A bell sound that occurs alongside another
commanding - A bell sound produced by two men at once
commending - A bell sound produced by to groups of men at once
conceding - A bell sound used be a confidence artist whose mark is a sailor
concluding - A bell sound used be a confidence artist whose mark is a detective
contending - A bell sound used be a confidence artist who has just tricked ten people
cording - The sound from the center of a bell
corresponding - A bell sound used to signal the start of a choir's lakeside performance
corroding - A bell sound used for coordination by the center kayak-er of a group
countermanding - A bell sound produced by one man in response to another's
crusading - A bell sound announced by the people working on set
disbanding - A bell sound used to bring attention to a prohibition of insults
discarding - A bell sound produced in response to one's automobile being insulted
discommoding - A bell sound used to insult the lawn of a corporation's building
distending - The sound of a bell rung after insulting ten people
downgrading - The sound of a bell used to signal colorless feathers
downloading - A bell sound produced at a minimal altitude
duding - A bell sound that is deserved

That's A-D of words ending in -ding. I'll probably post some more later.

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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby Echo244 » Fri Oct 09, 2015 1:26 pm UTC

Woo. Comprehensive, for a-d.

I'd like to propose alternative forms of the following, using the "dis" form so frequently leapt upon by... I can't remember, I think it's usually Barry Cryer:

disbanding - A particular instance of a prohibition on bells;
discarding - A particular instance of a bell sound from an automobile;
discommoding - A particular instance of a bell found in a toilet;
distending - A particular instance of a set of ten bells.
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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby bigglesworth » Fri Oct 09, 2015 2:20 pm UTC

Tenting - ten things.
Generation Y. I don't remember the First Gulf War, but do remember floppy disks.

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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby Echo244 » Wed Oct 14, 2015 2:47 pm UTC

Forensics - ten.
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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby mathmannix » Wed Oct 14, 2015 7:46 pm UTC

Forboding:
def. 1 - the purpose of a ship
def. 2 - of or pertaining to the front of a ship
def. 3 - of or pertaining to a group of between three and five (exclusive) ships
def. 4 - the chime produced by between three and five (exclusive) quarterstaffs
def. 5 - the chime produced by between three and five (exclusive) boyfriends or male escorts
def. 6 - the chime produced by between three and five (exclusive) curved weapons used for firing arrows
def. 7 - the chime produced by between three and five (exclusive) looped knots used especially in wrapping presents or tying shoes
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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby Echo244 » Wed Oct 14, 2015 8:10 pm UTC

Politics: A type of parasite that sucks the blood of parrots.
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Postby patzer » Thu Oct 15, 2015 9:18 pm UTC

Poultry - where Polish people come from.
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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby Suzaku » Fri Oct 16, 2015 3:43 am UTC

Botox - a cow that rides or propels a ship's tender.
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Postby patzer » Thu Oct 22, 2015 7:32 pm UTC

Bicameral - having two cameras

Bipedal - two pedals
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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby Echo244 » Fri Oct 23, 2015 12:35 pm UTC

Unitary - There's only one Mr. Wogan...

Bifurcate - To purchase this as a gift for Katherine.

Triplicate - I'm sorry, I'm really sorry, I'm so sorry...
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Postby patzer » Wed Nov 04, 2015 10:21 pm UTC

female - iron man
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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby flicky1991 » Sun Jan 03, 2016 7:49 pm UTC

hippy - similar to a pelvis
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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby Echo244 » Mon Jan 04, 2016 9:38 am UTC

Pontificate - Catherine looks like she could be the next Pope...
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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby faubiguy » Sat May 28, 2016 6:59 am UTC

Parallax - A dangerous woodcutting tool.

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Postby Echo244 » Mon May 30, 2016 3:19 pm UTC

Carpentry - an arboreal fish.
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Celebrate - the cost of hiring someone famous per hour.
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Postby Echo244 » Mon May 30, 2016 3:43 pm UTC

Biome - Archaic. An act now made almost impossible due to the state of the mortgage market.
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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby faubiguy » Sat Sep 10, 2016 2:31 am UTC

coinage - How old a piece of currency is
coincide - Numismatic murder
coleslaw - Mandate regarding fuel rocks
collagen - After college M but before college O
colony - Similar to a colon
combat - Relaxed flying mammal
comment - Relaxed tree-person
commie - I am relaxed
commute - Relaxed and silent
compact - Relaxed agreement
compaction - A step in an algorithm
compartmentalization - AI's artistic ability implied a correspondence between falsehood and legs
complex - The first part of a parsing algorithm
comprising - What happens when you let the AI out of the box
context - What a Nigerian Prince might send if they get your cell phone number
conceit - An argument against chairs
conceive - An argument against filters
concern - An argument you might make if you're misinformed about particle physics
conduct - The reason ventilation shafts in prisons are kept secure

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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby Echo244 » Tue Sep 13, 2016 3:40 pm UTC

politics - an insect infestation for parrots.
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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby Soupspoon » Wed Sep 14, 2016 8:18 pm UTC

Treble - A six-horned beast.
Fissile - Where the carbonated drinks are arrayed in the store.
Tangent - Dark-skinned fellow.
Rhombus - Less stressful than driving past the Colosseum.
Train - The weather in Yorkshire.
Sage - Supersymmetric superannuation.
Succinct - To graphologically derive the origination of a poison-pen letter.

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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby faubiguy » Sat Sep 24, 2016 9:39 pm UTC

irradiate - Used for hearing by person forty-four
cosmetic - To bring about a doctor
program - In support of SI mass units
microphone - A possession I use to call birds
pseudoscience - To take legal action against empirical baking
abstraction - Friction against abdominal muscles
capsize - How large the lid is
discourse - Thin circular equine
deliver - To remove the liver
amoral - To target the mouth
investigate - Quartz-based mineral wearing a vest

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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

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Corona: Possesses a mostly eaten apple.
Shelves: Hush, the Fair Folk are here.
Mastadon: The Godfather.
Crèche: Garnish for Shean Connery'sh Shandwichesh.
Cinnamon: Wicked fellow.
Congenital: It's a trap!

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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby faubiguy » Mon Oct 03, 2016 1:12 am UTC

absolute - A salute performed using the abdominal muscles.
cherish - Similar to a seat
corset - The central collection of elements
refill - The result of water pollution

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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby faubiguy » Sat Nov 19, 2016 10:03 pm UTC

cortex - To attempt to regain the affection of a former lover
pungent - A man with a disposition towards wordplay
paradigms - 20¢

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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby faubiguy » Thu Feb 16, 2017 12:37 am UTC

subsist - One who favors subtitles over dubbing when watching foreign media.

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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby Soupspoon » Sat Mar 18, 2017 4:19 pm UTC

(Inspired by the post in Subject: 1812: "Onboarding", but best here...)

Aiwendil wrote:Don't we already have words like "orientation"?

Orientation: A westerner in fancy dress as a stereotypical Chinese/Japanese person, with little regard to which.

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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby patzer » Mon Jul 31, 2017 12:44 pm UTC

mosquito - A small mosque.
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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

Postby Envelope Generator » Mon Jul 31, 2017 7:38 pm UTC

battery (n.) a place where bats are bred.
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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

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cattery (n.) the electrical counterpart to an annery

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Re: Uxbridge English Dictionary

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orrery (n.) a tank in which alternatives are grown
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