Chrononhotonthologos


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Chrononhotonthologos

bombastic, pompous king of Queerumania. [Br. Drama: Benét, 197]

Chrononhotonthologos

king whose pomposity provoked a fatal brawl with his general. [Br. Lit.: Walsh Modern, 96]
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John Gay's The Beggar's Opera (1728), Henry Fielding's Tom Thumb (1730), Richard Brinsley Sheridan's The Critic (1779), and Henry Carey's "most tragical tragedy" Chrononhotonthologos (1734) are the outstanding survivals from an age when burlesque was cruelly satirical and often defamatory.
TARANTARRATARA (14--2003151), CHLOROBROMOFORM (15), LOXOLOPHODONTS (14--fossil mammals) and also the 20-letter CHRONONHOTONTHOLOGOS, all in the OED, the last 2 being noted by Borgmann in LonV.