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Watering down the currency of expression, causing anything to mean whatever you want it to mean, until nothing is meant and nothing is precise. -- Terry Pratchett
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Being made merely in the image of God but not otherwise resembling him enough to be mistaken by anybody but a very near sighted person. -- Mark Twain
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Don't try to define me -- Veronica Roth
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What is a weed? I have heard it said that there are sixty definitions. For me, a weed is a plant out of place. -- Donald C. Peattie
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An immaterial but visible being that inhabited the air when the air was an element and before it was fatally polluted with factory smoke, sewer gas and similar products of civilization. -- Ambrose Bierce
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It's someone who views life as a game where the rules are poorly written and designed for abuse. -- Chuck Klosterman
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A destruction, an annihilation that only man can provoke, only man can prevent. -- Elie Wiesel
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What I'm doing is not really based on a definite identification or a definition of what it is. It's intended to be open to interpretation. -- Reggie Watts
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Bigot: Someone who hates different people than I do. -- Jerry Tucker
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Ocean, n. A body of water occupying about two-thirds of a world made for man - who has no gills. -- Ambrose Bierce
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I done forgot all abt words
aint got no definitions -- Ntozake Shange
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A servile race Who, in mere want of fault, all merit place; Who blind obedience pay to ancient schools, Bigots to Greece, and slaves to musty rules. -- Charles Churchill
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A class of labourers, who live only so long as they find work, and who find work only so long as their labour increases capital. -- Karl Marx
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Marriage, n: the state or condition of a community consisting of a master, a mistress, and two slaves, making in all, two. -- Ambrose Bierce
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A marvelous feeling
that you love someone deeply
and in turn, that person loves you back so sincerely. -- David R. Wommack
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An intoxication with forbidden knowledge in which the natural things become unimportant. -- Anne Rice
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Odd that we think definitions are definitive. -- Larry Wall
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If you wish to converse with me, define your terms. -- Voltaire
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A soul,
a spark of the never-dying flame that separates man from all the other beings of earth. -- James F. Cooper
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A form of consciousness beyond the veils of discursive thought, a space forever present for those who seek it, not in some far-off wilderness, but in our inner most hearts. When that realization dawns in the depths of one's being, the world effortlessly transforms into that which was sought. -- Ian Baker
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OYSTER, n. A slimy, gobby shellfish which civilization gives men the hardihood to eat without removing its entrails! The shells are sometimes given to the poor. -- Ambrose Bierce
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A theoretical social state in which there is no governing person or body of persons, but each individual has absolute liberty (without implication of disorder). -- Stefan Molyneux
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It is an unrelenting, passionate, fierce, and growing love that loves for the sake of loving; it loves to love, rather than loves to be loved. It wants nothing from the other but the opportunity to love them better. A -- Debra Fileta
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Definition is the death of discovery. -- Tom Shadyac
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It's the idea that is a tiny push away from general acceptance and, when it gets that push, will change the world. The -- Michael Lewis
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Hear the meaning within the word. -- William Shakespeare
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We know the meaning so long as no one asks us to define it. -- William James
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My definition of God is: the ever-present essence of love. -- Gabrielle Bernstein
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...a resistless, inanimate world of nature to be used and refashioned at will by man in his magnificent and courageous folly to wrest a purpose from eternity. -- Frank Waters
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Terrorism: deadly violence against humans and other living things, usually conducted by government against its own people. -- Edward Abbey
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Definitions are temporary verbalizations of concepts, and concepts- particularly difficult concepts- are usually revised repeatedly as our knowledge and understanding grows. -- Ernst Mayr
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Something the heart must have to cherish, Must love and joy and sorrow learn; Something with passion clasp, or perish And in itself to ashes burn. -- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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who's passionate about life and does
their own thing. -- Amanda Bynes
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Definitions, her grandmother once said, had to be like a fat man's belt - big enough to cover the subject but elastic enough to allow for change.
The Sunborn -- Gregory Benford
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Clever, but schoolteacher beat him anyway to show him that definitions belonged to the definers - not the defined. -- Toni Morrison
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A nutritious substance supplied by a bountiful Providence for the fattening of the poor. -- Ambrose Bierce
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Religion may be defined thus: a belief in, and homage rendered to, existences unseen and causes unknown. -- Frances Wright
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I'm not really sure that I have the same definition of things as other people. Like, when people talk about being "engaged" with the audience, I'm not exactly sure what they mean. -- Dan Bejar
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The place where what someone needs and what she desires cross each other to become one. -- Alice Hoffman
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I define me. You don't. -- Miya Yamanouchi
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I'm not comfortable with categories, and I distrust most definitions. The word 'definition' is based on the word 'finite,' which would seem to indicate that once we've defined something, we don't need to think about it anymore. -- Artie Shaw
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Without meaning, without substance, without aim: a mere 'public opinion'. -- Friedrich Nietzsche
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Something made greater by ourselves and in turn that makes us greater. -- Maya Angelou
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A game you play with your own worst enemy-yourself. -- Finley Peter Dunne
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Lord Henry: to define is to limit. -- Oscar Wilde
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[A]n unpleasant nest of nasty, materialistic and aggressive people, careless of the rights of others, imperfectly democratic at home though quick to see the minor slaveries of others, and greedy without end. -- Isaac Asimov
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A classification is a definition comprising a system of definitions. -- Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel
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Someone who lives alone, I thought. You end up becoming what you see in the eyes of those you love. -- Carlos Ruiz Zafon
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I'm a vocabulary nerd. -- Sam Trammell
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The makers of dictionaries are dependent upon specialists for their definitions. A specialist's definition may be true or it may be erroneous. But its truth cannot be increased or its error diminished by its acceptance by the lexicographer. Each definition must stand on its own merits. -- Benjamin Tucker
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It is what it is and is not something else. -- Pierdomenico Baccalario
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A man.
A really manly man with a lot of mannishness in his manliness. -- Robert Thier
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She'd looked it up and read the definition ("deprived of the possession or use of something; lacking something needed, wanted, or expected") -- Luanne Rice
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I know what it is, but when you ask me I don't. -- Augustine Of Hippo
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Self-aware, knowledgeable, proactive individual, unrestricted by the attitudes, behaviors, and actions of others or by many of the circumstances and environmental influences that limit other people. -- Stephen R. Covey
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The English mode of existence in which everybody acts as if everybody else ( with few, or no exceptions ) was either an enemy or a bore. -- John Stuart Mill
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MUSTANG, n. An indocile horse of the western plains. In English society, the American wife of an English nobleman. -- Ambrose Bierce
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Taking what is, then making it into what it can be through the power of creation that we all possess. -- Steven Redhead
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is not to be expected that there should be agreement about the definition of any thing, until there is agreement about the thing itself. -- John Stuart Mill
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LOVE: A word properly applied to our delight in particular kinds of food; sometimes metaphorically spoken of the favorite objects of all our appetites. -- Henry Fielding
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A slut born out of masculine persuasion. -- Jettie Woodruff
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Individual words, sounds, squiggles on paper with no meanings other than those with which our imagination can clothe them. -- Jasper Fforde
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A set is a Many that allows itself to be thought of as a One. -- Georg Cantor
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It is what it is, it is what you make it. -- James Durbin
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To eat off another man's plate. [To live an another's expense.] -- Juvenal
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Crabbed and obscure definitions are of no use beyond a narrow circle of students, of whom probably every one has a pet one of his own. -- Frederick Pollock
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What we steadily, consciously, habitually think we are, that we tend to become. -- Ann Landers
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A criminal who, having renounced reason ... hath, by the unjust violence and slaughter he hath committed upon one, declared war against all mankind, and therefore may be destroyed as a lion or tiger, one of those wild savage beasts with whom men can have no society nor security. -- John Locke
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the act of looking and being looked at. -- Roswell Angier
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Two people who share a secret no one else knows because no one else understands the way it is between us when our clothes are off and her breath is my breath and there are no more questions, just answers, and every single one is her name. -- Lili Valente
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( ... ) An amalgam of sexual excess and demonic elegance, as likely to fuck you as tear out your heart. -- Clive Barker
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An effort made with ourselves for the good of others, with the intention of pleasing God alone. -- Jacques-Henri Bernardin De Saint-Pierre
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Thankful. Blessed. Loved. -- Lanina King
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Witch. A goddess. Someone not of this earth but not apart from it either. A woman to be loved and feared and adored. -- Melissa De La Cruz
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Bigamy, n. A mistake in taste for which the wisdom of the future will adjudge a punishment called trigamy. -- Ambrose Bierce
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Armed Soldier, terrible as Death, relentless as Doom; doing God's judgement on the Enemies of God. It is a phenomenon not of joyful nature; no, but of awful, to be looked at with pious terror and awe. -- Thomas Carlyle
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The world! It is a word capable of as diverse interpretations or misinterpretations as the thing itself a thing by various people supposed to belong to heaven, man, or the devil, or alternatively to all three. -- Dinah Maria Murlock Craik
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A tiny and closed fraternity of privileged men, elected by no one, and enjoying a monopoly sanctioned and licensed by government. -- Spiro T. Agnew
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I will not impress you with words, I will prove to you their definition. It's a genuine vocabulary. -- Soar
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Leash: n, a means by which animals, formerly running wild, are prevented from running tame, also. -- Robert Breault
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The notion that we know all there is to know about people and their needs and that all these data are pinned down exactly and fully explained by the market, the state, sociological surveys, ratings, and everything else that turns people into the Global Anonymous. -- Zygmunt Bauman
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It is that perfection of God by which he is devoid of all change, not only in His Being, but also in His perfections, and in His purposes and promises. -- Louis Berkhof
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To feel the soul without explaining it, without vocabulary, and to represent this sensation. -- Yves Klein
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Mass: The quantity of matter in a body; its inertia, or resistance to acceleration. -- Stephen Hawking
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MOUSE, n. An animal which strews its path with fainting women. -- Ambrose Bierce
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Sometimes what seems to be a difference in opinions is in fact just a difference in definitions. -- Scott Adams
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One who was no less than the Fellow of Jehovah, the Radiance of His glory, the exact Impress of His Person. Thus we see that boundless love, inflexible justice and omnipotent power all combined to make possible the salvation of those who believe. -- Arthur W. Pink
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MONAD, n. The ultimate, indivisible unit of matter (see Molecule). The monad has body without bulk, and mind without manifestation - containing all the powers and possibilities needful to his evolution into a German philosopher . -- Ambrose Bierce
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To be hated! to love with all the fury of one's soul; to feel that one would give for the least of her smiles, one's blood, one's vitals, one's fame, one's salvation, one's immortality and eternity, -- Victor Hugo
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A person who had to spread the cloak of religion over her own petty desires. -- Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
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I guess I define myself as a mother, a wife, kind of a nutty person. A good person. -- Meredith Vieira
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Dog - a kind of additional or subsidiary Deity designed to catch the overflow and surplus of the world's worship. -- Ambrose Bierce
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Ah, yes. Fine. A lovely sounding word that means absolutely nothing. -- Robin Benway
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Music (Definition; Noun): The artistic organization of sound for the joy and experience of listening. -- Duane Hewitt
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Slavery, properly so called, is the establishment of a right which gives to one man such a power over another as renders him absolute master of his life and fortune. -- Charles De Secondat
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To live a life half dead, a living death. -- John Milton
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War ... a reversal of the rules where a man is permitted to kill all the humans he can. -- John Steinbeck
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A people who are still, as it were, but in the gristle, and not yet hardened into the bone of manhood. -- Edmund Burke
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In my definition I am a protest writer, with restraint. -- Chinua Achebe
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To live in the world but outside of existing conceptions of it. -- Wallace Stevens