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*Malapropisms: The usually unintentionally humorous misuse or distortion of a word or phrase, especially of words that are similar in sound. The words may be real or fictitious.
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The Scrabble player accidentally dropped all of the tiles, which seemed to ___ all over the floor.
Nostradamus was certainly intuitive. He had ___ perception.
“Luke, I'm afraid that the first three Jedi Apprentices will not be joining your flight to Tatooine.
But, may the ___ be with you.”
Unsure of which flames to put out first,
the fireman reached for the fire ___.
“The slaughter of the noblemen was atrocious. I've never known a more honorable group of ___ gentlemen.”
Was it merely a coincidence that the winner of the 'Eating Blitz' competition had consumed approximately
3.14 slices of ___?
“Although you put credence in legends of ancient magical beasts, when it comes to proving their existence I think you tend to ___ the point.”
An agrarian church minister heard the harmonious mooing of cows on his farm one morning, and decided, “I'll put them in the ___ this Sunday!”…
...Then the talented farmer decided to sleep in for the day. One could conclude that he is not always ___
in his field.
“The meeting of the Antecedent Society is hereby called to order. Let us commence with the ___.”
I don't contribute canned goods to charity. I just shuffle them around in the pantry for purely ___ reasons.
A robbery occurred at McDonalds, but they caught the ___.
The ancient Greek author had so many minor character flaws, that they were collectively refered to as Aesop's ___.
The two kings bowed to each other ever-so-slightly; the ___ between the two was barely noticeable.
The fed-up employer posed his question rhetorically:
“I'm only going to ___ you once: Are you ready
to be fired from your job?”
“I know it is an inanimate object, but I swear my old car underwent moments of ___ as it went faster and faster.”
The stuntman had a small ___ in the movie.
“Another word for a large tan-colored dinosaur?... How would I know? Let me check my ___...”
One of the climbers insisted they proceed to the summit. The other disagreed, and continued to shake his head vigorously during the ___.
The Oscar winner fumbled for words when he realized some words were missing from his ___ speech.
The amateur authors complained bitterly after the 'Masters of Rhymed Verse' competition concluded, when they discovered they were competing against ___.
“So, what you're saying is, that the ancient Egyptian plague of frogs was not a ___ disaster?”
The geography expert slipped up when he ___ stated that New Mexico was west of Arizona…
...The geography expert later claimed that he had been momentarily ___.
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