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-{{Template}}+{{Template}}'''''The Devil's Dictionary''''', by [[Ambrose Bierce]], is a [[satire|satirical]] book published in [[1911]]. It offers reinterpretations of the [[English language]] which lampoon [[cant]] and political double-talk.
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The Devil's Dictionary, by Ambrose Bierce, is a satirical book published in 1911. It offers reinterpretations of the English language which lampoon cant and political double-talk.




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