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    (Original post by greeneyedgirl)
    Isn't sacapuntas pencil case?
    Nope, pencilcase is something like caso de lapiz, or lapiz de caso... or something
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    Mellifluous - its definition is appropriate.
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    Creampie

    The fruit of human labour since time immemorial and the possible heralding of new life being formed.
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    Two words, but still:

    Knolly Podium.



    The bike looks as fantastic as the words feel to say. :yep:
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    (Original post by favouriteworstnightmare)
    Nope, pencilcase is something like caso de lapiz, or lapiz de caso... or something
    oh no...this is sad...i'm forgetting all my spanish! (haven't studied it for 3 years!)
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    Coagulate
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    Sorry.

    ...When said with meaning.
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    food
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    Flummery

    Pamphlet

    Coalesce
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    Seraphic
    Ardour
    Languish

    Cellar Door actually does come out surprisingly smoothly on the tongue...
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    (Original post by milesofsea)
    Coagulate
    That has such horrible connotations but it would be a lovely word if I could just thinking about lumps and stuck-together horrible-ness.

    (Original post by Svalir)
    Flummery

    Pamphlet

    Coalesce
    Pamphlet is quite a nice word.

    Ooh I have more:

    Station
    Horrible
    Rainbow
    Conclusion- that sounds perfect to me! It's.... complete- like the word!
    I'm not making any sense, it's time to go to bed!
    Onomatopoeic? It's fun to say!
    Emporium
    Euphemism
    Velvet!

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    Misericorde
    Halcyon
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    Eclectic
    Hierarchy
    Dactyl
    Parka
    Realisation
    Complicated
    and... LOVE! :love:
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    Inchoate
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    (Original post by diamonddust)
    That has such horrible connotations but it would be a lovely word if I could just thinking about lumps and stuck-together horrible-ness.
    Congeal is quite nice too.
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    (Original post by Lewroll)
    According to the folks down at Dictionary.com, the most euphonious phrase in the english language is...
    Cellar Door
    Yep, thats right cellar door. Say it out loud. Feel the words leave your lips. Feels nice doesnt it?
    Now I was as suprised as I expect you are (unless youve read the article, in which case you wont be very surprised -_-). And I was wondering what TSRs favourite word/ phrase was. What do you think is the most beautiful word in the english language?
    Intercourse.
    No that isn't a come on...or is it :sexface: ?
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    (Original post by greeneyedgirl)
    oh no...this is sad...i'm forgetting all my spanish! (haven't studied it for 3 years!)
    Haha, I haven't studied it since GCSE. I want to take it up again, I used to love it!
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    I like influential
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    (Original post by favouriteworstnightmare)
    Haha, I haven't studied it since GCSE. I want to take it up again, I used to love it!
    Same
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    gap yah
 
 
 
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