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Ruskineʹse (3 syl.)

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Words and phrases introduced by Ruskin, or coined à la Ruskin. The word is used in The Times;

“Such writers as Ruskin and Carlyle have made for themselves technical terms, words, and phrases; some of which will be incorporated into the language … while others may remain emblems of Ruskinese and Carlylism.”—June 11, 1869.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Runic Rhymes
Runic Wands
Runnymede
Rupee
Rupert of Debate
Rupert’s Balls
Rupert’s Head (Sir)
Rush
Rush-bearing Sunday
Rushvan
Ruskinese
Russ
Russel
Russia
Russian
Rustam
Rusty
Rusty-Fusty
Ruydera
Ry
Rye-house Plot