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Shakespeare's Insults: Educating Your Wit
By Three Rivers Press
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ean: 9780517885390, isbn: 0517885395,

4.2 out of 5 stars with 119 reviews
The sharpest stings ever to snap from the tip of an English-speaking tongue are here at hand, ready to be directed at the knaves, villains, and coxcombs of the reader's choice. Culled from 38 plays, here are the best 5,000 examples of Shakespeare's glorious invective, arranged by play, in order of appearance, with helpful act and line numbers for easy reference, along with an index of topical scorn appropriate to particular characters and occasions..

Figuratively Speaking: Thesaurus of Expressions & Phrases
By The Fresh Ink Group, LLC
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ean: 9781947867062, isbn: 1947867067,

4.1 out of 5 stars with 44 reviews
A figure of speech is an expression in which the words are used, but not in their literal sense, to create a more forceful or dramatic meaning. They are often in the form of metaphors, similes and hyperbole “A fountain of knowledge,” is a good example. “Stretching the truth,” is another.With Figuratively Speaking, we finally have a thesaurus to discover these phrases’ origins and the sources of their meanings. Categories include: Attitudes; Body Types; Competition; Creature Comforts;

Well-Done Roasts: Witty Insults, Quips, & Wisecracks Perfect For Every Imaginable Occasion
By St. Martin's Press
SKU: #0927-WS1601-A03010-0312083343
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sku: 0927-WS1601-A03010-0312083343, ean: 9780312083342, isbn: 0312083343,

4.8 out of 5 stars with 122 reviews
Gathers comic insults by subject, from absentmindedness and appearance to stupidity and youth.

The Accidental Aphorist: A Curiosity Cabinet of Aphorisms
By Sisyphus Press
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ean: 9780962654800, isbn: 0962654809,

4.3 out of 5 stars with 175 reviews
The Accidental Aphorist is comprised of hundreds of reflections and aphorisms, maxims, pensees, fulminations and regrets, amusements, which have been gleaned from almost forty years of the author's notebooks. The far-ranging themes include the writing life, creativity, love, death, travel, art, soul, mythology and legend, movies, politics, mentorship, and sports. These coruscating passages are the sparks and threads that have led Phil Cousineau to write over 40 books, more than 25 documentary

If You Can Read This: The Philosophy of Bumper Stickers
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ean: 9780812981056, isbn: 0812981057,

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A PICTURE MAY BE WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS—BUT A FEW CHOICE WORDS CAN SPEAK VOLUMES! • If Ignorance Is Bliss, Why Aren’t More People Happy?• Bottled Water Is for Suckers• Clones Are People Too• At Least the War on the Environment Is Going Well• Don’t Believe Everything You Think• The Revolution Will Be Tweeted Long before blogs, tweets, and sound bites, people were telling the world how they felt in brief, blunt bursts of information plastered on the backs of their cars.

The dictionary of cliches
By Barnes & Noble Books
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ean: 9780760725290, isbn: 0760725292,

4.1 out of 5 stars with 281 reviews
''The best kind of reference book--one that amuses as it instructs. I fell for it hook, line, and sinker.''CLEVELAND PLAIN DEALERRIN A NUTSHELL, here's a terrific A TO Z listing of the meanings and origins of over 2,000 common or particularly interesting cliches for everyone who delights in the pleasure of words..

The Dictionary of Modern Proverbs
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ean: 9780300136029, isbn: 9780300136029,

4.8 out of 5 stars with 57 reviews
''You can't unring a bell.'' ''It takes a village to raise a child.'' ''Life is just a bowl of cherries.'' We sometimes think of proverbs as expressions of ancient wisdom, but in fact new proverbs are constantly arising. This unique volume is devoted exclusively to English-language proverbs that originated in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. The most complete and accurate such collection ever compiled, The Dictionary of Modern Proverbs presents more than 1,400 individual proverbs

Oxford Dictionary of Phrase and Fable
By Oxford University Press
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ean: 9780198609810, isbn: 0198609817,

4.3 out of 5 stars with 23 reviews
What is a ham-and-egger? What are Anglo-Saxon attitudes? Who or what is liable to jump the shark? Who first tried to nail jelly to the wall? The answers to these and many more questions are in this fascinating book. Here in one volume you can track down the stories behind the names and sayings you meet, whether in classic literature or today's news. This authoritative dictionary draws on Oxford's unrivalled bank of reference and language online resources to cover classical and other

Dictionary of Proverbs, Sayings, Maxims & Adages: Spanish/English and English/Spanish (Spanish and English Edition)
By Brand: Barron's Educational Series
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ean: 9780764102516, isbn: 0764102516,

4.8 out of 5 stars with 69 reviews
In English we often say: ''To carry coals to Newcastle.? In Spanish, they say: ''Echor agua en el mar,'' which means to throw water into the sea. The metaphors are different but the meaning is the same: to do something that's absolutely unnecessary. Where we say, ''Barking dogs seldom bite,'' the Spanish speaker is likely to say, ''El gato maullador, nunca buen cazador.'' A meowing cat is never a good hunter. English and Spanish proverbs are only occasionally the same in both languages-but

A Dictionary of English and Spanish Equivalent Proverbs
By CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
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ean: 9781546712701, isbn: 1546712704,

4.7 out of 5 stars with 281 reviews
This Dictionary assembles 2,201 English proverbs and their Spanish equivalents. Equivalent proverbs are those which express the same concept literally, such as ''Love is blind'' = ''El amor es ciego'' or with completely different words, such as ''Every cloud has a silver lining'' = ''No hay mal que por bien no venga.'' The Dictionary is a very useful reference tool for scholars of the two languages, for researchers working in various associated fields such as linguistics, literature, folklore,

A Dictionary of Wellerisms
By Oxford University Press
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mpn: bibliography, ean: 9780195083187, isbn: 9780195083187,

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The wellerism--so called in English because it is a form of expression typical or reminiscent of Sam Weller or his father, two celebrated characters in Dickens's Pickwick Papers--is a major subtype of the proverb. Known since Sumerian times, it has been popular in most European languages and some African languages. As defined by folklorists and proverb scholars, a wellerism consists of three parts: a speech or statement (often a proverb), identification of the speaker, and identification of the

Endangered Words: A Collection of Rare Gems for Word Lovers
By Skyhorse Publishing
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ean: 9781632204530, isbn: 1632204533,

4.4 out of 5 stars with 122 reviews
Afterwit, agathism, ambsace, anacampserote, antepenultimate, antimony, and more!“When a word perfectly captures a human truth, humans respond to it in the same way that they respond to a beautiful melody. They smile. They nod their heads. They tell others of their discovery.” So says Simon Hertnon in his introduction to Endangered Words, and after wrapping your tongue around the lexical rarities he offers up to his readers, you’ll have to agree! Hertnon provides one hundred hand-selected

The 2,548 Best Things Anybody Ever Said
By Touchstone
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mpn: 9780743235792, ean: 9780743235792, isbn: 0743235797,

4.1 out of 5 stars with 254 reviews
Drawing from diverse personages -- Goethe to Churchill to Woody Allen -- Robert Byrne has mined a collection of wit and wisdom that deserves a special place on every humor lover's bookshelf. These unique, witty, and outrageous quotations, previously published in four separate volumes, are now gathered together in a seemingly limitless trove of pithy and often irreverent one-liners, retorts, put-downs, jokes, and last words that cover every conceivable subject and will appeal to every taste.

Lend Me Your Ears: Great Speeches in History (Updated and Expanded Edition)
By William Safire
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mpn: 9780393059311, ean: 9780393059311, isbn: 0393059316,

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The definitive compendium of classic and modern oratory expanded―with a new preface on what makes a speech ''great.'' An instant classic when it was first published a decade ago and now enriched by seventeen new speeches, Lend Me Your Ears contains more than two hundred outstanding moments of oratory. It is selected, arranged, and introduced by William Safire, who honed his skills as a presidential speechwriter. He is considered by many to be America's most influential political columnist and

The Portable Curmudgeon (Plume)
By Plume
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ean: 9780452266681, isbn: 0452266688,

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More than 1,000 outrageously irreverent quotations, anecdotes, and interviews on a vast array of subjects, from an illustrious list of world class grouches.   “If you can’t say anything good about someone, sit right here by me.”—Alice Roosevelt Longworth.

Geary's Guide to the World's Great Aphorists
By Bloomsbury USA
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ean: 9781596912526, isbn: 1596912529,

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Both an expert and a collector, James Geary has devoted his life to aphorisms-and the last few years to organizing, indexing, and even translating them. The result is Geary's Guide, featuring aphorists like Voltaire, Twain, Shakespeare, Nietzsche, Woody Allen, Muhammad Ali, Emily Dickinson, and Mae West, as well as international practitioners appearing in English for the first time. But it is more than just a conventional anthology. It is also an encyclopedia, containing brief biographies of

Holy Cow!: Doggerel, Catnaps, Scapegoats, Foxtrots, and Horse Feathers—Splendid Animal Words and Phrases
By Skyhorse Publishing
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ean: 9781632205575, isbn: 1632205572,

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We love animals but insult humans by calling them everything from weasels or pigs to sheep, mice, chickens, sharks, snakes, and bird-brains. Animal epithets, words, and phrases are so widespread we often take them for granted or remain ignorant of the fascinating stories and facts behind them.Spanning the entire animal kingdom, Holy Cow! explains: Why hot dogs are named after canines. Why people talk turkey or go cold turkey. Why curiosity killed the cat, although dogs are more curious about

Greek Proverbs (Sayings, quotations, proverbs)
By Appletree Press
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ean: 9780862815561, isbn: 0862815568,

4.7 out of 5 stars with 57 reviews
Faced with the ups and downs of life, love, and fortune, the ancient Greeks shrugged their shoulders and quoted—or created—an apt proverb. Aristotle, for example, observed, “Democracy is the worst form of despotism.” Pindar instructed, “Praise old wine, but new poetry.” These proverbs are as earthy, direct, sharp, and vivid today as when they were first uttered. The best of these nuggets of wisdom and observation have been collected in this attractive gift book, which is delightfully

Brewer's Dictionary of Phrase and Fable (20th edition)
By Teach Yourself
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ean: 9781473676367, isbn: 1473676363,

4.4 out of 5 stars with 157 reviews
'This is, in fact, not what you were looking for; but it's much more interesting.' Terry Pratchett Much loved for its wit and wisdom since 1870, Brewer's Dictionary of Phrase and Fable takes you on a captivating adventure through its trademark blend of language, culture, myth and legend. Nowhere else could the histories of the guillotine and Guinness stout sit so comfortably alongside the KGB and the Keystone Kops. Brewer's is a catalogue of curiosities and absurdities that, over almost 150

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