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“After Gettysburg, he resigned his post to pursue another will-o-the-wisp, the management of a gold mine in California.”
“The Gliese 581 system has a persistent will-o-the-wisp quality.”
“This was a tough, tricky test for the fifth seed, but ultimately the Frenchman could not quite sustain the darting, will-o-the-wisp brilliance of the opening set and a half.”
“What a thrill it must be to see your work out there in the real, physical world instead of the ephemeral, will-o-the-wisp, online one.”
“When the inspiration comes, it is something of so subtle, tenuous, will-o-the-wisp nature that it almost defies definition.”
“On the other hand, the pure economic model he preached would have eluded him here like a will-o-the-wisp.”
“The scoring here's by Danny Elfman, perhaps typecast for those wonderful, will-o-the-wisp themes that he's written for a variety of costumed heroes, from "Batman" to "The Flash" to "Spiderman.”
“She couldnt see him but followed the darting witchlight he carried, like a traveler being led through a swamp by a treacherous will-o-the-wisp.”
“She may not be the conservative Reaganesque icon, only time will tell, but I will take her ahead of will-o-the-wisp Obama any time.”
“Even though Mummer's Plays and Mumming in general are associated with the Yuletide and this particular song by Canadian will-o-the-wisp Loreena McKennitt specifically mentions the spring, it gives me a feeling of Autumn.”
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because wordsmith is not a verb.
These kind of stun me whenever I see them. Language is just so cool.
words that have, on occasion, given me the flash. (if you have read Emily of New Moon, you will understand.)
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