“Curiouser and curiouser, I opened an email last week which contained a graph showing not only the measured public confidence statistics, but the PREDICTED statistics for next month!”
“It is all — to quote another poet — curiouser and curiouser.”
““Curiouser and curiouser,” I retorted, curling my upper lip at it.”
“Even though God should have known that nothing would make two morons curiouser than a big flashing sign that says No.”
“Christine followed the Hattter out to the garden, under a tree, where the scene became curiouser and curiouser.”
“Curiouser and curiouser. posted by Dr. Dawg at 11: 50 PM”
“The deeper you drop down the rabbit hole of Romney's fortune, the "curiouser and curiouser" things become, as Alice in Wonderland famously said.”
“Then again, it was a Wonderland idea in the first place, so perhaps things will keep getting curiouser and curiouser.”
“Those who have grown curiouser and curiouser about what the offbeat reinventor of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory might conjure up in his version of Alice in Wonderland can feast their eyes on this array of concept art and publicity images, due to hang in movie theaters this week to promote the March 5, 2010, release.”
“Or alternatively, things are getting "curiouser and curiouser.”
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Childhood reading nostalgia, beginning with some choice examples from Ruth Park's classic The Muddleheaded Wombat.
amber words is the term I use for words that are all but fossilized, in the sense that their use is always in the context of a single expression. Examples include caboodle, dudgeon, umbrage
These are a few of the words I like best.
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