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  • adj. Of or pertaining to Theodor Seuss Geisel, "Dr. Seuss" (1904–1991), American writer and cartoonist best known for his imaginative children's books, often written in rhyme.


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Seuss +‎ -ian


  • Maybe it will, someday, but for now it is another way to interact with the world by telling it to others from your own perspective -- a kind of Seussian, "we are here" for journalists, too, who sometimes forget about all those Whos down in Whoville.


  • Pair any of the collection's pieces with a stacked teacup lamp for a room that gives off a definite "Seussian" vibe.


  • Max. Then you can choose a funky "Seussian" border treatment and add little stamps and doodads to complete your masterpiece.

    Cool Mom Picks

  • The other two aren't up to its standards but they are Seussian and that's that.

    Michael Giltz: DVDs: New Christmas DVDs For Your Stocking

  • And not in the Kerouacian sense either, more like the Seussian sense of teaching kids about The Cat in the Hat.

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  • The Lorax Garden offers a child a way to personally fix the desolated world presented in The Lorax book by growing the missing Truffula trees and a wide variety of Seussian flowers.

    Kid apps become special on the iPad

  • The combination of Mr. Staake's off-kilter drawings and Peter Stein's zippy, faintly Seussian rhymes is likely to please a certain subset of young, vehicle-loving and probably male readers.

    A Vintage Look for Picture Books

  • In a Seussian twist to the discovery, the tiny ecosystems discovered in this salt crystals seem to be able to maintain themselves, creating a microscopic, self-sustaining environment, according to LiveScience.

    34,000-Year-Old Life Found Still Alive

  • TBRE has dubbed it The Slunk, and describes it as "Seussian."

    life was easy when it was boring

  • And it's the Seussian story of a villain's redemption-through-dadhood (as voiced by star Steve Carell) that is ringing true with many small fry and their weaned-on-Grinch parents.

    BOX OFFICE: 'Despicable Me' wins weekend with 'surprisingly' strong debut


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