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  • G2 – being a right jobler 9 – was so moved by the plight of these little fellas that it took it upon itself to give one of them a good home and make sure it wouldn't end its days tucked away in a dusty university library.

    Move to rescue obscure words

  • Hundred of words such as 'suffarcinate', 'jobler' and 'welmish' have fallen out of everyday use.

    Move to rescue obscure words

  • Although the Flash bullshit deeply misquemed me, I am now a mere jobler and was otherwise sitting in my nidifice doing nothing all day today, so I made myself suffer through the annoyance for just long enough to adopt the following words:

    Help prevent the vilioration of flosculations! | clusterflock

  • Although the Flash bullshit deeply misquemed me, I am now a mere jobler and was otherwise sitting in my nidifice doing nothing all day today, so I made myself suffer through the annoyance for just long enough to adopt the following words: flosculation

    clusterflock

  • flosculation n. an embellishment or ornament in speech jobler n. one who does small jobs misqueme v. to displease nidifice n. a nest viliorate v. to become less good; to deteriorate

    Help prevent the vilioration of flosculations! | clusterflock

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  • too many Latinate words that sound indistinguishable from each other on that site; I like this one for its brevity.

    July 13, 2009

  • Funnily enough, I just found this found this word on savethewords.org. The sound effects are annoying after the first 15 seconds.

    May 27, 2009

  • No. I'm not going to lift a finger to help this word.
    Why not? Because the word jobber already exists, with the same meaning.

    And possibly because, like many Wordizens, I resent it when someone tells me to do something six times in as many communications. Also, the savethewords.org site takes way too long to load; as somebody else pointed out, they might want to cut back on the use of Flash interfacing.

    January 28, 2009

  • One who does small jobs. Save it, on savethewords.org!

    January 28, 2009