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logophile

Syllabification: log·o·phile
Pronunciation: /ˈlôɡəˌfīl, ˈläɡə-
 
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Definition of logophile in English:

noun

A lover of words.
Example sentences
  • The site is more of a browsing expedition than a tool for linguists and logophiles, but then the first word in the name is fun and not research.
  • Godfrey's ascetic prose will hold little interest for logophiles, but the slapdash feel of the writing is a compelling evocation of the teenage mind.

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