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First it must be known that all 6000 weird words lovingly compiled by Mrs. Byrne are "real" English words, legitimized by at least one major dictionary. That said, the inclusions are delightfully ludicrous, unfailingly obscure and often sadly missing from common parlance. The English language seems the poorer without "furfuraceous" (covered with dandruff), "omphaloskepsis" (meditation while gazing at one's navel) or "blabagogy" (a criminal environment). It's the most addictively interesting dictionary imaginable. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
A wonderful resource for logophiles who have already searched through a standard unabridged dictionary. If you love words, you will love this book.Published on Aug. 30 2001 by John Parsons
This dictionary must have every word ever made! i found this word in this dictionary that was 1,913 letters!!!!! It was amazing! Read morePublished on Aug. 23 1999
My childhood boyfriend (the boy next door) owned this book. I borrowed it from him several times, and eventually he surprised me by giving it to me for my birthday. Read morePublished on June 12 1999