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“The sea, the snotgreen sea, the scrotumtightening sea!”
“I was disappointed to discover that the snotgreen sea is actually a shade of azure, more evoking of a sheltering sky than anything remotely scrotumtightening.”
“You may ask the boys, perhaps they differ, but because of what we done in the night in the cellar of the jail with the buckets and buckets of lovely snotgreen water—because of that we knew in the day where the camel jiggers would be, and we put them down.”
“Refer to Joyce's twit of a grandson as "The snotgreen sea" or some other equally silly thing his granddad wrote.”
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... as in "by James Joyce"
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
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