Stumbling Murklins? [Good Articles]

19 Nov

It’s quite noscible that as UHPers, your lubency to cease stumbling murklins through our language and rescue words from their unfortunate scaevity is quite pronounced.

Okay, I know what you’re thinking: that sentence is so cloakatively written that it borders on falliciloquence.  But honestly, I swear I’m no phlyarologist.

In any case, I must keleusmatically insist that you click this link to and take a gander at the unlucky lot of words that have been dropped from the English language.  The inveteratists among you will be especially pleased you did.


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