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The answer OMNIFIC has 2 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of omnific in various dictionaries:
adj - unlimited in creative power
OMNIFIC - The Omnificent English Dictionary In Limerick Form (The OEDILF) is an open collaborative project to compile an English dictionary whose entries all t...
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|Last Seen in these Crosswords & Puzzles|
|Dec 25 2007 The Telegraph - Quick|
|Mar 28 2007 The Guardian - Cryptic crossword|
|Omnific might refer to|
The Omnificent English Dictionary In Limerick Form (The OEDILF) is an open collaborative project to compile an English dictionary whose entries all take the form of limericks. The project was originally called the "Oxford English Dictionary in Limerick Form", but the OED's legal department advised against it. The site, launched in May 2004, has attracted over 1,900 writers from around the world, many of whom are active at any particular time. As of 2018, the project has amassed more than 97,000 rhyming definitions. The project progresses alphabetically, and is currently accepting only those words beginning with the letters Aa- through Gi-. The entire project is expected to take decades before being considered complete. An estimated completion date was added in 2011, which currently claims that 12 December 2043, will be the day they finally finish. As of 2018, the current estimated date is the 25th of September 2076. Other OEDILFers believe that, due to the nature of our malleable language, they will merely be done with a "first edition" at that time and will move on to work on filling in all the meanings (many words have more than one) they may have omitted and all of the new words coined during the writing of this first edition.|
* The OEDILF has been featured on National Public Radio in the U.S., on BBC Radio 4 in the UK, CBC radio in Canada, and in the pages of the Washington Post, the Glasgow Herald, and various other newspapers. It was also named one of PC Magazine's Top 99 Undiscovered Websites of 2006.