So spake William Shakespeare. See also English, Literature.
It wasn't by me, E. M. Forster said it. See also Literature.
Fictional land of giants in Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels. See also Literature.
Keep watch for hooked noses, pony-tailed beards, and lightening-esque scars. See also Literature.
A major antagonist in Charles Dickes's satirical novel Nicholas Nickleby. His character is as bizarre as his namea sadistic one-eyed Yorkshire schoolmaster, obsessed with beating children. See also Fictional, Literature.
From the book A Clockwork Orange, dome refers to one's head; to be domeless therefore is to be brainless and stupid, and a wonder that you manage to do anything at all, making you a wonderboy... a domeless wonderboy, that is. See also Literature.
Playground game of the future as described in Aldous Huxley's Brave New World. See also Literature.