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pronunciation | ne-fe-lE-‘ba-ta

pronunciation | ne-fe-lE-‘ba-ta

pronunciation | 'vA-ga-rE submitted by | cutmeout submit words | here

pronunciation | 'vA-ga-rE
submitted by | cutmeout
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Anonymous asked: Are there words out there that mean an entire imagined world inside of your head? Sort of like brainchild, but more vast?

Sort of. I have paracosm, a detailed imaginary world that often features people, animals, or alien creatures, but it pretty specifically refers to such an imaginary world that is created by a child or young person. I don’t have a word that’s for a world created by adults. I’m sorry! That’s the best I’ve got.

pronunciation | skrip-‘tUr-E-ent

pronunciation | skrip-‘tUr-E-ent

pronunciation |  kI-‘mer-i-kal submitted by |  amy-face, anonymous submit words | here

pronunciation | kI-‘mer-i-kal
submitted by | amy-face, anonymous
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pronunciation | skE-a-mok-E (SKEE-ah-mahk-ee)

pronunciation | skE-a-mok-E (SKEE-ah-mahk-ee)

pronunciation | per-a-‘koz-mnote | I’m not saying that only children create imaginary worlds; a paracosm is a specific term for an imaginary world created by a child.

pronunciation | per-a-‘koz-m
note | I’m not saying that only children create imaginary worlds; a paracosm is a specific term for an imaginary world created by a child.


pronunciaton | fan-“taz-ma-‘gor-icsubmitted by | timelessly-dreamingsubmit words | here

pronunciaton | fan-“taz-ma-‘gor-ic
submitted by | timelessly-dreaming
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pronunciation | skrip-‘tUr-E-ent

pronunciation | skrip-‘tUr-E-ent

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