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  • noun Plural form of wordgame.

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Examples

  • Now naturally, these are so far just a delightful multiplication of hypotheses and fun wordgames to toy with while passing the toke around.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • This is clearly a stab directed to SCOTUS's a$$es to let them know if they're gonna play wordgames with the Congresses intent on laws, then Congress will be explicit in their rebuttal so there aren't any further misunderstandings.

    Dems Promise Very Quick Action On Gender Pay Equity

  • Now naturally, these are so far just a delightful multiplication of hypotheses and fun wordgames to toy with while passing the toke around.

    A thought on the real name for the land of the Minoans

  • Suffice to say that I find his “scholarship” on par with the economic “research” done by Amity Shlaes– revisionists conclusions desperately seeking support, obfuscated by trite anecdotes and wordgames.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » American Universities and the Nazis:

  • My husband is going to have to find even more patience to deal with my addiction to wordgames without end!

    and RAPPELS

  • That seems to be the logic-- otherwise, I see absolutely no substantive point to this whole kerfluffle other than silly wordgames.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • Yesterday, the latest issue of Flytrap arrived, and I immediately read all the nonfiction, which includes an extended comparison of writing to professional wrestling by Nick Mamatas and an essay on grammatical shibboleths by Jed Hartman, who has written quite a lot about words, wordgames, linguistics, grammar, and style.

    Archive 2004-06-01

  • There's an incredible wealth of wordgames, puns, visual puns, etc. in Chinese, some of shich are woven very deeply into the culture as taboos or as elements of wedding ceremonies and funerals.

    languagehat.com: SHIH SHIH.

  • I though it meant whence. so it would be an address (mouse vet born in croatia), and then a rhetorical question about shady wordgames and identity crises.

    Pharyngula

  • But I see it also means "whence". but then, my translation amounts to shady wordgames HAVING an identity crisis, so nevermind: - p

    Pharyngula

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