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Enouement: the bittersweetness of having arrived in the future, seeing how things turn out, but not being able to tell your past self “Each word actually means something etymologically, having been built from one of a dozen languages or renovated jargon.

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Zemblanity ~ (n.) the inevitable discovery of what we would rather nor know; the opposite of serendipity. I need it in a sentence though!

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I think zoey is❤❤

Yes I donot know why I love the ocean the sound of waves, beach, the sunset and sunrise and ofcourse the color of the ocean.do I love myilu?

Potrebbe essere tradotto anche con: "Me lo auguro."  (It also could be translated as: "I hope so.")

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Potrebbe essere tradotto anche con: "Me lo auguro." (It also could be translated as: "I hope so.")

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taradiddle ~ a small lie

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HYGGE - (n) an absence of anything annoying, taking pleasure from the presence of gentle or soothing things.

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