Welcome to Bookmarker!

This is a personal project by @dellsystem. I built this to help me retain information from the books I'm reading. Currently can only be used by a single user (myself), but I plan to extend it to support multiple users eventually.

Source code on GitHub (MIT license).

(adjective) mournful / (adjective) exaggeratedly or affectedly mournful / (adjective) dismal

16

It seemed inappropriately lugubrious

Introduction (1) default author
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It seemed inappropriately lugubrious

—p.16 Introduction (1) default author
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relating to stone and gems and the work involved in engraving, cutting, or polishing

44

If I turn in this pellucid, lapidary marvel

The interview (23) default author
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If I turn in this pellucid, lapidary marvel

—p.44 The interview (23) default author
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translucently clear

44

If I turn in this pellucid, lapidary marvel

The interview (23) default author
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If I turn in this pellucid, lapidary marvel

—p.44 The interview (23) default author
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a grammatical mistake in speech or writing

47

characterized by crummy, turgid, verbose, abstruse, abstract, solecism-ridden prose

The interview (23) default author
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characterized by crummy, turgid, verbose, abstruse, abstract, solecism-ridden prose

—p.47 The interview (23) default author
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difficult to understand; obscure

47

characterized by crummy, turgid, verbose, abstruse, abstract, solecism-ridden prose

The interview (23) default author
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characterized by crummy, turgid, verbose, abstruse, abstract, solecism-ridden prose

—p.47 The interview (23) default author
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(adjective) being in a state of distension; swollen, tumid (opposite of flaccid) / (adjective) exhibiting turgor / (adjective) excessively embellished in style or language; bombastic, pompous

47

characterized by crummy, turgid, verbose, abstruse, abstract, solecism-ridden prose

The interview (23) default author
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characterized by crummy, turgid, verbose, abstruse, abstract, solecism-ridden prose

—p.47 The interview (23) default author
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a stupid, awkward, or unlucky person

54

the person that's trying it is kind of a schlemiel

The interview (23) default author
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the person that's trying it is kind of a schlemiel

—p.54 The interview (23) default author
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the use of a word, which is not a noun, as a noun, or as the head of a noun phrase, with or without morphological transformation (e.g., the noun legalization from the verb legalize)

93

Buried verbs, which I was taught are called nominalizations, are turning a verb into a noun for kind of BS-y reasons.

The interview (23) default author
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Buried verbs, which I was taught are called nominalizations, are turning a verb into a noun for kind of BS-y reasons.

—p.93 The interview (23) default author
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(verb) to renounce upon oath / (verb) to reject solemnly / (verb) to abstain from; avoid

115

I urge your watchers, your seminar attendees, to abjure this habit

The interview (23) default author
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I urge your watchers, your seminar attendees, to abjure this habit

—p.115 The interview (23) default author
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(adjective) involving or accomplished with careful perseverance / (adjective) diligent in application or pursuit

117

they cut out a lot of the sedulous stuff

on Harper's

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they cut out a lot of the sedulous stuff

on Harper's

—p.117 The interview (23) default author
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