- Latin Gnatho, name of a parasite in the Eunuchus of Terence, Ancient Greek; hence, a parasite in general. (Wiktionary)
“It looks, in fact, as though I was wrong--at least in the short term--about the "gnathonic media.”
“The anvil chorus of the gnathonic media and their coprophagic gossip columnists soi-disant "journalists" whose conservative exudates have imbrued the age with their mephitic poison, one that might yet prove fatal to us all—may just this once be muted, there being little further to be gained from their unguinous ministrations.”
“That Jack's is somewhat of a gnathonic and parasitic soul, or stomach, all Bideford apple-women know; but I suspect more than Deus Venter has brought him hither.”
“Jack’s is somewhat of a gnathonic and parasitic soul, or stomach, all Bideford apple-women know; but I suspect more than”
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need to learn these words!!!!!!!!!!!
These abstruse sesquipedalia furnish the perspicacious elocutionist with amaranthine jocundity.
Words that are just a bit dark and grainy..
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