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mimophant (plural mimophants) see quotation; a mimosa elephant 2004: In Rejkjavik to cover the match, the novelist Arthur Koestler famously coined the neologism "mimophant" to describe Fischer. "A mimophant is a hybrid species: a cross between a mimosa and an elephant. A member of this species is sensitive like a mimosa where his own feelings are concerned and thick-skinned like an elephant trampling over the feelings of others." — David Edmonds and John Eidinow, Bobby Fischer Goes To War, p.24


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Similar Words:

Other words similar to mimophant can be found below:

1.Mimantean
2.Mimantian
3.Mimas
4.mimation
5.mimbar
6.mime
7.mimelike
8.mimeo
9.mimeograph
10.mimer
11.mimesis
12.mimetene
13.mimetic
14.mimetical
15.mimeticity
16.mimetism
17.mimetite
18.mimic
19.mimicable
20.mimical
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