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31 January 2015

From the Oxford English Dictionary Word of the Day:

mundicidious, adj.

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Likely or able to destroy the world.

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1647 N. Ward Simple Cobler Aggawam (ed. 3) 20 A vacuum and an exorbitancy are mundicidious evils.

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3 Comments to “mundicidious”

  1. And here I thought Amazon was likely or able to destroy the world.


  2. As opposed to mundeciduous, where the worlds fall like autumn leaves.

  3. I kinda like it.
    I know some characters, in both fiction and real life that fit the bill.

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