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Iconoclasm epithet


Author: monad
ASL Info:    64/M/California
Elite Ratio:    8 - 1092 /410 /117
Words: 242
Class/Type: Riddle /Satire
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A little bit of insanity from the outlands


Iconoclasm epithet



Finite fictitious fornicatious faux pas flamboyance flippant flighty
Quantify quixotic quagmire quintessence quantum quasi queasy
Corporeal conjunctive conjugational coercion critique credibility critically
Xenobiotic xanadu xylem xylophagous xerophilous xenophile xylography
Kinesiology kinetics kleptomania kobold kowtow kangaroo court keeky
Acerbity asperity acuity agility articulation autonomy artistry
Warranty wrangle wrest wrought wroth wreak wrathy
Nimbus nimiety nihilism notorious nostrum notch nugatory
Heuristic holistic homogeny huckster horizon hornswoggle honky
Unary unbridled uncanny unfathomable usurping ultimatum unity
Sensorium subliminal suborn substantiation subtlety solace sultry
Zealotry zygosity zoic Zephyr zilch zoomorphic zoolatry
Exoneration eulogy edifice extemporaneous exaserbational exigency enmity
Blasphemously blatant brusque belligerent bodacious bartizan beastly
Repertoire rendition rectitude recital radix repartee ramify
Juxtaposition jaunt jurisprudence jettison jeopardy jocular jouncy
Plenary plenipotentiary pandemic plagiaristic portentous potentate paltry
Desperate despicable deplorable denigrational denouement douceur dastardly
Grandiose genuflection glitch gestational genre gesticulation gimpy
Yantra yenta yerk yoni yore yowl yogi
Icky icon ichor ictus incus -ics idolatry
Tractive transition tellurian terrestrial tantamount telepathy talismanically
Vast vauntness vector venery verve volition votivity
Languishing lurid licentious longevous loquacity lingam lucidity
Monstrance mendacity moribund morsel meticulous meatus motivity
Optimal ornate opulence ostensive ordinate odious ornery




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  Sure, anything you say.
| Posted on 2012-03-14 00:00:00 | by Glen Bowman | [ Reply to This ]
  26 7 word lines . 26 letters . This poem was such fun for me .
| Posted on 2011-03-18 00:00:00 | by monad | [ Reply to This ]
  bodacious!!!! ha ha, i learnt a few new words here! thanks for the lesson :)
| Posted on 2011-03-17 00:00:00 | by ShiveringFire | [ Reply to This ]
  You are wayyyyy over my GED-IQ. Way over my head. I'd given anything for your vocabulary, though :D
| Posted on 2011-03-16 00:00:00 | by Runes | [ Reply to This ]


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