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Do you know any of the words in the Grandiloquent Dictionary? Watch

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    Clicky!

    I'm going to make it my goal to learn all the words in this document.
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    Riveting tale, chap
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    Aeolist - from the greek god Aeolus, ruler of the winds. So proud!
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    Spiffing ****, Geoffrey
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    Aeolist - from the greek god Aeolus, ruler of the winds. So proud!
    Really? Apparently in the GD it means a pompous person who pretends to inspire or give inspiration. :teehee:
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    (Original post by im so academic)
    Really? Apparently in the GD it means a pompous person who pretends to inspire or give inspiration. :teehee:
    aeolist - A pompous windy bore who pretends to have inspiration

    WINDY. Thank you very much got to have some kind of reference there.
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    Yep, i know some of them. But barely use them though.
    Sounds like a good goal to me. I might do it once im done with UCAS.
 
 
 
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