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91. Tintinnabulation

Long word for the ringing or sounding of bells.

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92. Batragophogus

An adjective with Greek origins for feeding upon frogs, e.g. the French are a particularly batragophogus race.

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93. Yowza

An exclamation of surprise. i.e. Yowza! You scared me!
A word signifying approval, often said as an aside to a friend or a slightly audible remark to one's self, i.e. Yowza!, look at her!
A colloquial form of "yes, sir", 1934, popularized by U.S. bandleader and radio personality Ben "The Old Maestro" Bernie (1891-1943).

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94. Vomitory

An entrance cutting through the seats of a theater; not to be confused with a vomitorium. See also Theater, Vomit.

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95. Noggin

A word for a small cup. See also Kitchen.

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96. Angiosperm

Scientific term for a group of eukaryotes. See also Science.

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97. Behoove

Necessary or beneficial, e.g. "it behooves you to do well in life".

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98. Snirt

A Minnesota word for the mixing of snow and dirt on the side of the road. See also Weather.

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99. Giglet

A giddy, frivolous, or lascivious woman.

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100. Bumbershoot

A colloquialism for umbrella. See also English.

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