Jabberwocky

(from the article `nonsense verse`) ...This was followed by the inspired fantasy of Lewis Carroll, whose Alice`s Adventures in Wonderland (1865) and Through the Looking-Glass (1872) ... ...from motor and hotel. The term was first used by Lewis Carroll to describe many of the unusual words in his Through the Looking-Glass (1871), ... ...
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jabberwocky

[n] - nonsensical language (according to Lewis Carroll)
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jabberwocky

noun nonsensical language (according to Lewis Carroll)
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Jabberwocky

[card game] Jabberwocky is a card game of the trick-taking variety, played by 3 to 5 players with a standard deck of cards and pencil and paper for scoring. Its object is to bet the number of tricks one is estimating to make and to fulfill this bet (which scores a point). The player who fulfills the most bets after 13 turns wins the game, a...
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Jabberwocky

[musical] For other uses, see Jabberwocky (disambiguation). Jabberwocky, an adult pantomime by Andrew Kay, Malcolm Middleton and Peter Phillips, is a musical based on the English poem of the same name by Lewis Carroll. The music, book and lyrics are by Malcolm Middleton, Andrew Kay and Peter Philips, with additional material by Robert Kay a...
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