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  • proper n. A fantastical dreaded monster with flaming eyes who is depicted in a poem of Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll.


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See Jabberwocky.


  • Night of the Jabberwock is good reading all the way.

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  • Night of the Jabberwock was a mystery by Fredric Brown, a prolific author of both SF and mysteries.


  • Victory twined about his ears, the Jabberwock is a somewhat ghastly, humorous figure.

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  • Yes, The Jabberwock was the one who came to watch.

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  • Shirley Brooks loved to read the "Jabberwock" to them, and Sir John Tenniel, like his old chief,

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  • "But tell us, Herb, how are we to proceed to get a sight of this 'Jabberwock' alive?"

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  • But, of the former, the friend who has helped us most on the road to success is Mr. Lewis Carroll, the author of "Alice in Wonderland," &c. Our readers will remember his kind letter granting us permission to use the name "Jabberwock," and also giving the meaning of that word.

    The Life and Letters of Lewis Carroll (Rev. C. L. Dodgson)

  • Cricket, chanting another verse of the "Jabberwock," pranced up and struck a match.

    Cricket at the Seashore

  • Now my favorite poem, I regret to say, is Lewis Carroll's "Jabberwock," a fact I was ashamed to confess to an utter stranger, so I tried to deceive him by thinking of some other lines.

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  • Rich Hazelton summons the "Jabberwock" by Boeing Duveen & the Beautiful Soup

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