A Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations

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Entry #178 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Mickie Gittins” is an anagram.
Entry #177 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. This week’s quotee name, “Leyda von Hofe,” is another anagram.
Entry #176 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Amélie Tóth” — it’s an anagram.
Entry #175 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “Keith Visponti,” is actually an anagram.
Entry #174 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Tamer Seytachad”?
Entry #173 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Letitia Bivens” is an anagram.
Entry #172 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. This week’s quotee name, “Gabriel Litten Kight,” is another anagram.
Entry #171 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Flora Kousteck” — it’s an anagram.
Entry #170 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “Stacie Pexton,” is actually an anagram.
Entry #169 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Eric Ebsen”?
Entry #168 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Elvin Fowlie” is an anagram.
Entry #167 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. This week’s quotee name, “Basil Gerfin,” is another anagram.
Entry #166 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Monica Poss” — it’s an anagram.
Entry #165 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “Miss Picket,” is actually an anagram.
Entry #164 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Niles Grivlin”?
Entry #163 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Barbra Kiener” is an anagram.
Entry #162 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. This week’s quotee name, “Aktitimetes,” is another anagram.
Entry #161 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “ Guy de Roubouse” — it’s an anagram.
Entry #160 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “Alain Wetrey,” is actually an anagram.
Entry #159 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “ Roxanna Pinodavito ”?
Entry #158 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Ethelyn Russo” is an anagram.
Entry #157 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. This week’s quotee name, “Ann Bidcalfe,” is another anagram.
Entry #156 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Fabien Tumulet” — it’s an anagram.
Entry #155 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “Helena Botton Bowles,” is actually an anagram.
Entry #154 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Selina Tessit”?
Entry #153 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Oliver Mousley” is an anagram.
Entry #152 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. This week’s quotee name, “Virginia Delsing,” is another anagram.
Entry #151 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Tristan Hengelmeiner” — it’s an anagram.
Entry #150 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “Nictotus of Amiri,” is actually an anagram.
Entry #149 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Ester Tivali”?
Entry #148 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Gita Blevin” is an anagram.
Entry #147 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. This week’s quotee name, “Mimi Post,” is another anagram.
Entry #146 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Bruno Geese” — it’s an anagram.
Entry #145 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “Edda Tolontino,” is actually an anagram.
Entry #144 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Yasmine Floch”?
Entry #143 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Nidia von Ruhme” is an anagram.
Entry #142 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. This week’s quotee name, “Edith Swindell,” is another anagram.
Entry #141 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Timon Németh” — it’s an anagram.
Entry #140 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “E. Peter Vosemond,” is actually an anagram.
Entry #139 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Yolanda Kotow”?
Entry #138 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Lisa Scholten-Redding” is an anagram.
Entry #137 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. This week’s quotee name, “Sherman Hofstadter,” is another anagram.
Entry #136 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Edward Ashe Toth” — it’s an anagram.
Entry #135 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “Eugenio Hughson,” is actually an anagram.
Entry #134 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Celestine Rolff”?
Entry #133 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Lou F. Beyers” is an anagram.
Entry #132 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. This week’s quotee name, “Lawrence Froelich,” is another anagram.
Entry #131 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Sid McDonel” — it’s an anagram.
Entry #130 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “Gwen Lefeld-Kos,” is actually an anagram.
Entry #129 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Mindy Febre”?
Entry #128 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Benedict Eng” is an anagram.
Entry #127 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. This week’s quotee name, “Nastasia Septoy,” is another anagram.
Entry #126 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Serina Goodling” — it’s an anagram.
Entry #125 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. The attributee’s name, “Ferd Ewolt Baade,” is actually an anagram.
Entry #124 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Roya Weekou”?
Entry #123 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Riddle me this: the name “Linn Elmial” is an anagram.
Entry #122 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. This week’s quotee name, “Ada Breiniet,” is another anagram.
Entry #121 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations. Check out the name of the author: “Ubbe Helm” — it’s an anagram.
Entry #120 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations.
Entry #119 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations.
Entry #118 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations.
Entry #117 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations.
Entry #116 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations.
You may have noticed that the Imaginary Quotations’ attributed authors are not only imaginary. Some names (like Edward Inborough and Bernard de Roibaux) are simply made up, but many of them are a play on words. There have been sounda­likes like Freia Mynde (“free your mind”), anagrams like Ethan Dirges…
Entry #115 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations.
Entry #114 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations.
Entry #113 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations.
Entry #112 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations.
Entry #111 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations.
Entry #110 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations.
Entry #109 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations.
Entry #108. Yet another addition to the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations.
Entry #107. Another entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #106. Yet another addition to the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #105. Another entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #104. One more entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #103. A new entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #102. Yet another addition to the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #101. Another entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #100. One more entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #99. A new entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #98. Yet another addition to the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #97. Another entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #96. One more entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #95. A new entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #94. Yet another addition to the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #93. Another entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #92. Yet another addition to the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #91. Another entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #90. One more entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #89. A new entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #88. Yet another addition to the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #87. Another entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #86. One more entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #85. A new entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #84. Yet another addition to the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #83. Another entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #82. One more entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #81. A new entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #80. Yet another addition to the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations

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