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Compound Words Coined by E.A. Poe
After-dream - …the after-dream of the reveller upon opium [21,273]
After-drunkenness - And after-drunkenness of soul / Succeeds the glories of the bowl [19, 58]
All-hallowed - To join the all-hallowed mirth / of more than thrones in heaven. [21,207]
Angel-nod - Nor ask a reason save the angel-nod / she grants to us. [19.114]
Babylon-like - Up fanes - up Babylon-like walls [21.200]
Banner-like - Some lilies wave all banner-like, above a grave. [19.193]
Beast-like - The imitations made by the dwarf were sufficiently beast-like. [18.223]
Cab-introduction - The cab-introduction will bring among us a peculiar race of people, the cabman. (i.e., introduction of cabs) [21, 57]
Child-opinion - The child-opinion coincides with that of the man proper. [18.92]
Death-producing - …and of its forbidden fruit, death-producing, and a distinct intimation. [4.202]
Death-struggles - My death-struggles with the water [20.590]
Eastern-looking - An Eastern-looking city, such as in the Arabian Tales. [21.169]
Fancy-exciting - Fancy-exciting and reason-repressing character of the alleged [19.134] discoveries.
Gaily-jewelled - Not the gaily-jewelled dead / Tempt the waters from their bed. [21.202]
Half night-mare - …recurring visions, half night-mare, half asphyxia. [19.215]
Humming-top - The words must be all in a whirl, like a humming-top. [21.275]
Ill-based - A truly profound philosophy might readily prove them ill-based. [19.247]
King-coxcomb - He is king-coxcomb of figures of speech. [20.130]
Lee-lurch - …lee-lurch about the whole sign [20.170] also The brig gave a tremendous lee-lurch. [3.96]
Maiden-angel - A maiden-angel and her seraph-lover [21.112]
Misty-looking - …a misty-looking village of England. [21.301]
Moon-hoax-y - It had an amazingly moon-hoax-y air. [20.247]
Ocean-wrath - The storm, the earthquake, and the ocean-wrath [19.105]
Opium-engendered - …wild visions, opium-engendered [20.264]
Patriot-farmer - He has taken us abroad with the patriot-farmer in his rambles about his homestead. [19.14]
Plague-goblins - Plague-goblins were the popular imps of mischief. [2.172]
Ready-slided - It is just as well to print them (vowels) ready-slided. [19.259]
Seraph-lover - A maiden-angel and her seraph-lover [21.112]
Shoe-peas - …the monastic hair-cloths and shoe-peas [18.93]
Shovel-footed -Not a shovel-footed negro waddles across the stage. [19.114]
Silvery-silken - There fell a silvery-silken veil of light. [20.445]
Soul-life - …was dearer to my soul than its soul-life. [21.467]
Star-isles - At the many star-isles / that enjewel its breast [20,110]
Star-litten - To duty beseeming / these star-litten hours [21,109]
Time-eaten - Time-eaten towers that tremble not! [21,199]
Town-lamp - …the only one (light) apparent except those of the town-lamps [21, 293]
Under-toned - to give voice to under-toned comments about the condition of the Island of Manhattan. [19, 74]
Unthought-like - …unthoughtlike thought - scarcely the shades of thought [18,167]
Vampire-wing-like - And vampire-wing like pannels back [19,185].
Weather-lanyards - As the brig gave a tremendous lee-lurch the word was given to cut away the weather-lanyards. [19, 96]
World-reason - …a conventional World-Reason awakens us from the truth of our dream [18, 312]