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is there a story where the narrator falls in love with the main character as they’re telling that character’s story and then the narrator has to find out how to get into the story so they can help their love and meanwhile they’re trying to subtly influence things in the main character’s favor but it keeps backfiring or just not working

then they finally get in the story and the main character has no idea who they are so the narrator just says they want to help, meanwhile they’re still narrating the story but now it includes what happens to them too.


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» Rare Words

acosmist - One who believes that nothing exists
paralian - A person who lives near the sea
aureate - Pertaining to the fancy or flowery words used by poets 
dwale - To wander about deliriously
sabaism - The worship of stars
dysphoria - An unwell feeling
aubade - A love song which is sung at dawn
eumoirous - Happiness due to being honest and wholesome
mimp - To speak in a prissy manner, usually with pursed lips

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» list of unusual words.


buss: rude or playful kiss.
galère: group of undesirable people; unpleasant situation.
ablepsia: blindness.
grimoire: magician’s book for summoning spirits.
ignavia: laziness; laxity.
accultomancy: divination using needles.
damoiseau: male form of damsel; a young man not yet dubbed a knight.
adespota: anonymous works.
knackish: cunning, crafty.
mabsoot: happy.
agapism: ethics of love.
imprimis: in the first place.
billingsgate: coarsely abussive language.
infaust: unlucky, ill-omened.
algolagnia: sexual pleasure derived from inflicting pain.
dancetté: deeply intended.
mammothrept: spoiled child.
amaranth: maginary flower reputed never to fade.
bêtise: foolish act or situation.
asteism: refined irony.
ifsoever: if ever.
knubble: to beat with the fists.
deipotent: having godlike power.
malgré: in spite of.

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things that say a lot about people:

  • the way which they treat the waiter/waitress
  • how they feel about the weather
  • whether they dog ear pages or highlight in books 
  • fingernails 
  • and hands in general
  • their preferred creative outlet
  • how much they dread/enjoy talking on the phone
  • whether or not they drink coffee
  • if they ever forget to eat
  • how honest they are with themselves (and others)
  • if they correct your grammar
  • and whether or not they get nervous before haircuts

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» 550 Alternative ways of saying “said”



Other words for said in alphabetic order

  • Accepted, Accused, Acknowledged, Admitted, Advertised, Affirm, Agonized, Agreed, Alleged, Announced, Answered, Appealed, Apply for, Arranged, Articulated, Asked, Asserted, Asseverate, Assumed, Assured, Attract, Aver, Avow,
  • Barked, Bawl, Bawled, Beamed, Beckoned, Begged, Bellowed, Beseeched, Blubbered, Blurted, Bossed, Breathed, Broadcast,
  • Cajole, Called, Carped, Cautioned, Censured, Chimed in, Choked, Chortled, Chuckled, Circulate, Claim, Comforted, Conceded, Concurred, Condemned, Confer, Confessed, Confided, Confirm, Consoled, Contend, Continued, Crave, Cried out, Criticized, Croaked, Crooned, Crowed,
  • Declared, Defend, Demanded, Denote, Dictated, Disclosed, Disposed, Disseminate, Distribute, Divulged, Drawled,
  • Emitted, Empathized, Encourage, Encouraged, Entreated, Exact, Exclaimed, Explained, Exposed,
  • Faltered, Finished, Fumed,
  • Gawped, Get out, Giggled, Given, Glowered, Grieved, Grinned, Groan, Groaned, Growled, Grumbled,
  • Handed on, Held, Hesitated, Hinted, Hissed, Hollered, Howled,
  • Impart, Implied, Implored, Importune, Inclined, Indicate, Informed, Inquired, Insisted, Interjected, Invited,
  • Jabbered, Joked, Justified,
  • Keened,
  • Lamented, Laughed, Leered, Lilted,
  • Maintained, Make known, Make public, Marked, Mewled, Mimicked, Moaned, Mocked, Mourned, Murmured, Mused
  • Necessitated, Needed, Noted,
  • Observed, Offered, Ordered,
  • Passed on, Pleaded, Postulated, Preached, Premised, Presented, Presupposed, Proclaimed, Prodded, Professed, Proffered, Promised, Promulgated, Proposed, Protested, Provoked, Publicized, Published, Puled, Put forth, Put out,
  • Quaked, Queried, Quipped, Quivered, Quizzed,
  • Raged, Ranted, Reckoned that, Rejoiced, Rejoined, Released, Remarked, Remonstrated, Repeated, Replied, Reprimanded, Requested, Required, Requisition, Retorted, Revealed, Roared,
  • Said, Sang, Scoffed, Scolded, Seethed, Sent on, Settled, Shared, Shed tears, Shouted, Shrieked, Shrugged, Shuddered, Snarled, Snivelled, Sobbed, Solicited, Sought, Specified, Spluttered, Spread, Stammered, Stated, Stuttered, Stressed, Suggested, Supposed, Swore,
  • Taunted, Teased, Testified, Thundered, Ticked off, Told, Told off, Tore a strip off, Touted, Transferred, Transmitted, Trembled, Trumpeted,
  • Understood, Undertook, Upbraided, Uttered,
  • Verified, Vociferated, Voiced, Vouched for, Vouchsafe,
  • Wailed, Wanted, Warned, Weep, Went on. Wept, Wheedle, Whimpered, Whined, Whispered,
  • Yawped, Yelled, Yelped,Yowled

Adverbs or phrases to use with the other words for said

Abruptly, Absently, Acidly, After a moments reflection, Agreed, Angrily, Announced, Apologetically, Approvingly, Artfully

  • Broke in

  • Calmly, Caustically, Cheerfully, Commented lightly, Complacently, Concurred thoughtfully, Crossly

  • Didn’t question his judgement, Dryly

  • Encouraged, Expression denoting disapproval

  • False cheerfulness, Finished, Friendly fashion

  • Gently, Grated, Grinned, Groaned, Gruffly

  • Happily, Hotly

  • Impatiently, In a casual tone, In a chiding tone, In a courteous manner In a curious tone, In a dry tone, In a flirtatious way, In a level tone In a level way, In a non committal way, In a perpetually tired voice In a quiet way, In a rasping tone, In a small panicky voice In a soothing tone, In an attempt to…, In quiet amazement, Indulgently, Informed in an easy tone, Innocently, Inquired doubtfully, Invited, Irritably

  • Loftily, Loudly

  • Made the effort to sound reassuring, Meaning the words more seriously than they sounded, Mentally shrugged

  • Naturally, Nodded agreeably, Not wanting to sound pushy

  • Offered, Offhandedly, Optimistically

  • Pleasantly, Politely, Politely smooth, Probed Promised in a motherly/fatherly way, Prompted gently Promptly, Protested

  • Quietly

  • Reflectively, Roughly

  • Sadly, Said sympathetically, She went on, Sincerely, Smiled faintly, Smugly, Soberly, Softly, Sounded slightly brittle, Sparingly, Speculated, Sternly, Suggested

  • Tartly, Tautly, Teased softly, Tightly, Truthfully

  • Uncertainly, Unexpectedly, Urgently

  • Vaguely, Voice soft with affection

  • Went on loyally, Wilfully misunderstood, With a controlled smile, With a fond smile, With a gloomy sigh, With a note of relief, With a sad grimace, With a sad smile, With a sense of guilt, With a sigh of irritation, With burgeoning excitement, With conviction, With determination, With fire, With firm persistence, With gentle remonstrance, With gentle teasing, With graceful simplicity, With mock astonishment, With pleasure, With quiet empathy With simple directness, Without sounding unduly curious, Wryly

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  • redamancy: the act of loving in return
  • fernweh: wanderlust
  • laodicean: impartial or half hearted on matters such as politics or religion
  • demesne: the land attached to an estate
  • gossamer: a thin substance consisting of cobwebs spun by small spiders, sometimes used to refer to something something very light, thin, and insubstantial or delicate
  • halcyon:  denoting a period of time in the past that was idyllically happy and peaceful
  • lagniappe: a gift
  • cafune: (a Portuguese word) to run your fingers through someone’s hair
  • Mamihlapinatapai:  a look shared by two people, each wishing that the other will offer something that they both desire but are unwilling to suggest or offer themselves
  • echolalia: the uncontrollable and immediate repetition of spoken words
  • morosoph: a learned fool
  • somnolent: sleepy, drowsy; tending to cause sleep
  • mercurial: subject to sudden and/or unpredictable changes in mood
  • cynosure: a person or thing that is the center of attention or admiration
  • panjandrum: a person who claims to have a great deal of authority or influence
  • limn: to highlight with a bright color or light
  • ferly: sudden; unexpected; amazing; terrible
  • taradiddle: a lie; pretentious nonsense
  • sprezzatura: studied carelessness
  • sisyphean: a task that can never be completed; can never be completed
  • umbo: the center of a shield; a swelling in a mushroom or toadstool
  • Septentrional: “of the north”

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