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pterodactyl commented on the word invoilable
Hi Jody -- you may be looking for inviolable, with the I and the O the other way around.
December 18, 2012
PossibleUnderscore commented on the word invoilable
Still-- I think bilbies are more natural at performing than rabbits. Jus' sayin' ;)
December 17, 2012
bilby commented on the word invoilable
Due to the ear pulling involved, the Bilby Advancement League has been lobbying against said practice for years and for our members to seek more dignified employment.
December 16, 2012
ruzuzu commented on the word invoilable
Is it true that magicians in Australia use bilbies in their acts (instead of rabbits)?
December 15, 2012
Definition: invoilable adj. having the characteristic of being unsuitable for use in magic tricks.
1620290991 commented on the word invoilable
What? no definition? I couldn't find it in the free dictionary online either. This is weird. The examples given above are how I thought it was used, though, so I am going to go ahead and use it!