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jamescridland commented on the word cremulent
Ah, now, this is interesting. I, and my friends, have been using cremulent for a while now. It means "excessively splendid, quite marvellous, sophisticatedly excellent".
This website? It's cremulent.
The etymology of this possibly comes from the word 'cream' (and the French word for that which is 'creme').
March 22, 2008
jamescridland commented on the word spume
I've always loved this word, although rarely have a chance to use it in conversation, living far away from the sea. This is a shame.
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frankieroberto commented on the user jamescridland
Hello. Just followed you onto here from Twitter. Apparently I must have registered for this site ages ago, but I haven't been back since.
Will explore some more.
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