it's a great life, if you don't weaken (matociquala) wrote,
it's a great life, if you don't weaken
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Words Microsoft Word did not know before today:

catamite (it knew 'sodomite,' oddly enough)
buggered
rakehell
musky
murrey
rechat
baldric
galleried
supplanter
Peaseblossom
tenné
welcomely
atomies
mousing
ruched
nevermind
coffered
sledged
bentwood
bumroll
(but it knew 'farthingale')
spraddled
geas
kilted
swive
eldritch
peridot



Okay, I refuse to believe the stinking program doesn't know 'coffered.'

Why, yes. I am standardizing the Elizabethan spellings in the epigrams I used as chapter-headers in The Stratford Man. How did you guess?

It knew haulage, though. Will wonders never cease?

I'm going to be arrested for contributing to the deliquency of a computer program any day now.
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