- encyclopediac + -al (Wiktionary)
“Hence your encyclopediacal allusion to all knowables, and the virtues and vices of your panoramic pages.”
“Luke's version of the closing promise, in which 'the Holy Spirit' stands instead of Matthew's 'good things,' sets the whole matter in the true light; for that Spirit brings with Him all real good, and, while many of our desires have, for our own sakes, to be denied, we shall never hold up empty hands and have to let them fall still empty, if we desire that great encyclopediacal gift which our loving”
“Bolus's genius for lying was encyclopediacal: it was what”
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List of words containing cylco-, -cyclo-, &c.
cyclophosphamide, cycloheptatriene, cycloalkene, cyclooctadiene, cycloolefin, cyclooctatetraene, cyclobutene, cyclopropene, cyclotrigermene, cyclotrigermenium, cyclopropenium, cyclopropenoid and 90 more...
A list of English words containing seven syllables, beginning, somewhat ironically, with inapplicability, since a fair number of these words one would never use.
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inapplicability, unsatisfactorily, heterogeneity, disintermediation, antiglobalization, telecommunication, interdisciplinary, meteorological, socioeconomic, intelligibility, autobiographical, industrialization and 423 more...
A roster of adjectives that infrequently surface in typical conversation and writing. Many are dredged from scientific or other technical jargon or sieved from examples of disused archaic forms.
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