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An Index to Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow

Part One. Beyond the Zero (1-177)

Chapter 0 (0-0)

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'20s
19: 163 (Wines on the tables are the great - or '21s.) Span | Year
'21s
19: 163 (-. Schloss Vollrads, Zeltinger, Piesporter—it is an Occasion.) Span | Year
'35
12: 81 Span | Year
'37
4: 20 (a - Wolsely Wasp) Span | Year
'39
2*, first GR 10: 63 Span | Year
'40
6: 41 (evacuated in -) Span | Year
'41
13: 91 (the nights of -) Span | Year
-35
20: 170 Span | Bodies
-40
20: 170 Span | Bodies
.455 Webley cartridge
15: 118 (a - of green and pink striped taffy) Objects | Weapon
0.17
9: 55 Span | Number
0.37
9: 55 (a chance of -) Span | Number
(1)
10: 60 Span | Number
1.05
13: 84 (- column inches per year) Span | Number
10
3*, first GR 4: 21 (- seconds) Span | Number
100%
13: 86 Span | Number
104°
16: 131 Span | Bodies
12
14: 96 (killing -) Span | Number
12th District
18: 153 Neigbourhood | Berlin
13th
10: 63 Street/Around the World | New York City
14th
10: 63 Street/Around the World | New York City
15
5: 31 (- guineas) Span | Number
1681
14: 109 (By -, Didus Ineptus would be gone) Span | Year
1710
14: 109 (by -so would every last settler from Mauritius [be gone].) Span | Year
1766
4: 26 Span | Year
17th century
14: 108 (by the middle of the -) Calendar | Time
1812
4: 27 (d. -) Span | Year
1878
15: 119 (- during the intrigues over Bessarabia) Span | Year
18th century
12: 79 (the maniac side of the -) Span | Time
18th-century
6: 38 (the neat - heart of downtown Tunbridge Wells) Orthography Span | Time
1905
12: 78 (the same as the actually fallen drops of -, of St. Petersburg) Span | Year
1917
12: 77 Span | Year
1920
13: 84 (Back around -) Span | Year
1925
12: 73 Span | Year
1930
18: 152 Span | Year
1931
4: 28 (In -, the year of the Great Aspinwall Hotel Fire), 29 Span | Year
1933
2*, first GR 4: 27 (d. -) Span | Year
(1934)
11: 71 Span | Year
1935
2: 13 Span | Year
1936
5: 35 Span | Year
1939
2: 16 (Early in -) Span | Year
(1939-1945)
16: 129 (the intricate needs of the Anglo-American Empire -) Span | World War II
1940
12: 76 Span | Year
1942
2*, first GR 3: 18 Span | Year
1943
12: 81 (the MMPI was developed about -) Span | Year
1944
5*, first GR 4: 21 Span | Year
1945
2*, first GR 12: 81 Span | Year
(2)
10: 60 Span | Number
2 1/2
2: 16 (for - years) Span | Number
20
4*, first GR 1: 3 (ordnance - years obsolete) Span | Number
20-pushup arms
21: 176 ([Roger's] -) Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Bodies
200
18: 147 (- words a minute) Span | Number
200 miles
1: 6 (the range of these things is supposed to be over -), 6 (You can’t see a vapor trail -) Span | Rockets
200 years
2*, first GR 4: 26 Span | Time
25
14: 113 (three minuts, - seconds), 113 (only three minutes and - seconds) Span | Number
(250)
18: 152 (-mg) Span | Number
260°
14: 100 (to triangulate the exact bearing, -, to London) Span | Mathematics
28
13: 88 ([Pointsman] at age -) Span | Number
29
4: 26 (-th year if his age) Span | Number
(3)
10: 61 Span | Number
(3.1)
10: 61 Span | Number
30
2*, first GR 13: 85 (- years) Span | Number
300
4: 25 (- years of western swamp-Yankees) Span | Number
32nd
10: 63 (- notes demisemiquavers) Terminology | Music
33
5: 36 (at age -) Span | Number
35
18: 145 (Eventyr was -) Span | Year
380
14: 101 (- volts) Span | Number
39
13: 86 (- degrees of frost) Span | Number
4
2*, first GR 4: 26 (March ye -th 1766) Span | Number
4/4
2: 8 Key/Scale/Music | Music
40
2*, first GR 12: 77 (- yards) Span | Number
416832
17: 142 (studbook number -) Span | Number
4:30
16: 121 Span | Time
13: 86 (The mean lag is about - days) Span | Number
(5)
10: 61 Span | Number
5 mg q 6 h, last night amobarbital sodium 0.2 Gm. at bedtime
20: 168 Formula/Science | Medicine
5-to-2 odds
18: 146, 149 (w/o odds) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
50-millivolt
18: 146 (- spike) Orthography Span | Energy
576
9: 55 Span | Number
60
16: 135 (- miles up, the rockets hanging [...]) Span | Number
6:43:16
4: 26 (The Moment was - British Double Summer Time), 29 (- BDST) Span | Time
7
16: 135 (- pounds) Span | Number
7 mm
14: 107 (- Mexican Mauser bullets) Objects | Weapon
70%
12: 77 (a wastage of only - of his unit) Span | Measure
7th Ave.
10: 63 Street/Around the World | New York City
8
16: 135 (- ounces) Span | Number
80
12: 76, 78 (The metronome at - per second), 78 Span | Number
86'd
4: 21 Act | Vocabulary
88
16: 135 (when the - fell) Span | Weapon
(8:20)
3: 17 (- and other mythical hours) Span | Time
9
16: 122 ([Jessica] looks only - or 10) Span | Number
90°
3: 18 Measure | Mathematics
98
5: 35 (-% venereal rate) Span | Number
In dulci jubilo | Nun singet und seid froh! | Unsers Herzens Wonne | Leit in praesipio, | Leuchtet vor die Sonne | Matris in gremio. | Alpha es et O.
16: 129 Song/Music | Germany
O Jesu parvule | Nach dir ist mir so weh . .
16: 136 Song/Music | Germany
A
2*, first GR 19: 159 (Not - before B) Characters | Alphabet
"a lot"
13: 84 Span | Measure
a silent extinction beyond the zero
2*, first GR 13: 85 Concepts | Psychology
a-begging
20: 169 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
A4
2*, first GR 2: 8 Device | Rockets
AA battery
5: 35 Armies
AA gun
14: 96 (the -s chug, searching) Device | Weapon
Aaahhh
18: 152 (-—; not capitalized)) Doubting/Dictionary | Interjection
aagghh
10: 63 Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
aah
16: 133 (-s) Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
Abbey
3*, first GR 12: 73 (the ancient -) Structure | The White Visitation
Abdullas
18: 150 Brand | Tobacco
"Aberystwyth"
20: 171 Composition/Music | Christianity
Abreaction Research Facility
12: 75 Agencies | United Kingdom
Abreaction Ward
10: 60 Fictional Location/Around the World | London
Abreactions of the Lord of the Night
2*, first GR 8: 48 Phenomenon | The White Visitation
absentee
16: 131 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Absolute Comfort
19: 155 Entertaiment | Economy
absolute zero
2*, first GR 1: 3 (to try to bring events to -) Capitalised Measure | Physics
Ace
4: 25 (no bullet with fins, -) Description | Slothrop
acetate/metal
18: 146 (- discs) Compound | Chemistry
ACHTUNG
3*, first GR 3: 17, 18, 19 Agencies | United Kingdom
Adenoid
3*, first GR 2: 14 (it was a giant -) Body | Anatomy
Hitler
4*, first GR 5: 33 (- [consults horoscopes), 33 (- is an inspired man) Last Name Dictator | Third Reich
Mussert
14: 97 (-'s people) Last Name Fascism | The Netherlands
Adults Only
16: 135 (it's - only in here tonight) Entertaiment | Movies
Advent
16: 128 ([Jessica] was remembering other -s), 128 (these days of -) Span | Religion
adversary
16: 135 (Lower in the sky the flying bombs are out too, roaring like the -), 135 (banish the -) Capitalised Figures | Comics
AEG
19: 165 (-, the German General Electric Company) Company | Germany
aether
5: 31 Concepts | Æther
affair
12: 80 (-s in limericks) Capitalised Events | Love
African
2*, first GR 12: 74 (real -s, Hereros), 74 (-s) Person from | Africa
Afro-Scandinavian
10: 69 (- buttocks) Rare Description | Bodies
after
2*, first GR 8: 48 (- [the Rocket] explodes) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
after-dinner
10: 63 (- mints) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
after-hum
14: 96 (the - of sirens) Orthography Sound | World War II
'against'
5: 32 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Agfa
11: 71 (-, Berlin, 1934) Company | Germany
ah very good, Captain
5: 33 Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
ahh
2*, first GR 1: 7 (-, no) Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
air-raid
5: 32 (an elderly - ward) Orthography Conflicts | War
air-shaft
17: 138 (-s) Orthography Device | Vocabulary
Alasils
16: 132 (headaches no - can ease.) Brand | Medicine
Alice
3: 19 Figures | Slothrop
all
4*, first GR 4: 22 ([the girls on Slothrop's map] are - beautiful) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
all-clear
13: 87 (the -) Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Violence
all-day
16: 136 Orthography All-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
all-soverreign
17: 143 (- death-ray) Orthography All-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
All-Time List
14: 106 Orthography All-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
Lamplighter
5*, first GR 17: 139 (- [killed] by a flying bomb), 140 Last Name Characters | London
Allied
4: 20 (- intelligence) Organisation | World War II
Allied Clearing House, Technical Units, Northern Germany
3: 17 Organisation | Germany
Allies
15: 117 (an old lady who’s supposed to be one of our -) Organisation | World War II
Allison
4: 23 (-'s mother's radiogram) Figures | Background
Allport and Vernon´s Study of Values
12: 81 Study/Texts | Psychology
Alps
2*, first GR 14: 107 Mountains/Around the World | Europe
also
12: 82 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Altrincham
18: 153 (the old ladies in - trying to summon up the Devil) City/Around the World | United Kingdom
always
8: 52 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Amanita
14: 112 (Osbie puffing on an - cigarette) Stimulants | Drugs
Amanita muscaria
14: 93 ([Osbie's] childish fussing with -) Stimulants | Drugs
Amatol
14: 96 (the - charge in the [rocket's] warhead) Compound | Rockets
Ambassador
10: 65 (Jack Kennedy, the -'s son [no capital]) Functions | Diplomacy
ambrotype
15: 115 Rare Technique | Photography
America
13: 85 Countries/Around the World | United States
American
11*, first GR 2: 7 (- blending machine), 11 (- sappers) Nationality | United States
American Army Psychological Warfare Department
12: 76 Organisation | United States
American-girl
4: 23 (nasal hep - voices) Orthography Description | United States
An Army of Lovers can be Beaten
19: 155, 158 Slogan | Weimar Republic
"An Attempt at a Physiological Interpretation of Obsessions and of Paranoia"
13: 87 (Chapter LV, -) Text/Texts | Psychology
anal-sadistic
13: 85 Orthography Behaviour | Sex
and would do more for me
5: 31 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Angel
4*, first GR 16: 134 (where the -s sing new songs) Angels/Religion | Religion
"angel"
14: 112 (-s) Device | London
angel's-eye
9: 54 (- view) Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Anglo-American Empire
16: 129 (the intricate needs of the - (1939-1945)) Span | World War II
Anne
3: 18 (-s) Figures | Slothrop
ant-cortege
2: 15 Orthography Process | Nature
anti-Rilke
14: 102 Concepts | Poetry
anti-Semitic
19: 163 (the charming - street refrain of the time) Ideas | Violence
anti-Soviet
12: 79 Orthography Concepts | Politics
Antimexico
13: 89 Description | United Kingdom
Antipointsman
9: 55 (If ever the - existed, Roger Mexico is the man.) Description | United Kingdom
any time
4: 25 (it could happen -) Span | Time
anyone
8: 52 (how could - live with such a creature?) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
anything
3*, first GR 4: 23 (to talk about -) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Apache
10: 70 (One -.) Ethnicity/Around the World | United States
appear
13: 90 (-s) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
April
2*, first GR 4: 28 (- [1931]) Span | Month
Ar'tics
10: 70 (His - clink when he moves his feet.) Clothing | United States
AR-E
9: 53 (- forms) Document/Texts | London
Arab with a Big Greasy Nose
2: 13 Figures | Nightmares
Arabian
12: 82 (an - harem in miniature) Description | Asia
arc-lamp
16: 134 (-s) Antiquated Device | Light
Arch
20: 171 (- [Estelle's] youngest), 172 (-, or someone) Figures | Background
"archetypical"
10: 67 (Not - westwardman, but the only.) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Ardennes
10: 70 Region/Around the World | Belgium
are
4*, first GR 5: 36 (You - a pirate) Verb: To Be/Dictionary | Word Clusters
(ARF)
4*, first GR 12: 75 (Abreaction Research Facility (-)) Agencies | United Kingdom
Ariadne
2*, first GR 13: 88 Figures | Mythology
Ark
10: 68 (Half an -'s better than none.) Ship | Bible
Armageddon
17: 143 (a long afternoon of dispatches from -) Concepts | Christianity
Armageddonite
12: 77 (the gassy, - filth of the Ypres salient) Rare Concepts | Bible
Army
8*, first GR 2: 15 Organisation | Violence
Army Ordnance
18: 154 Armies
Army-colored
2*, first GR 6: 39 (- skirt) Description | Colours
Army-green
4: 20 (- paint) Orthography Description | Colours
arranger-style piano
17: 140 (Pumm's -) Orthography Instrument | Music
arrival
8: 50 (-s) Capitalised Process | World War II
Arrow
10: 63 Brand | United States
"artificial cherry"
15: 119 Taste | Vocabulary
Ascension
1: 5 City/Around the World | Argentina
Ascent
10: 61 (- and sacrifice) Ritual/Religion | Christianity
Ashkenazic Jews
20: 170 Religion
ass
17: 140 (Superstitious -.) Body Part | Bodies
ass-banditry
4: 22 Rare Activity | Sex
ass-over-antennas
20: 174 Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
assertion-through-structure
2: 10 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
asshole
10: 62 Insult | Vocabulary
assimilated
2: 15 Process | Bodies
at
3*, first GR 5: 36 (some collar of love’s nettles now - him, at his cock) Pronouns/Dictionary | Vocabulary
at least
14: 101 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Atlantic
2*, first GR 4: 21 (the wood - of their table), 21 (-s aplenty) Water/Around the World | Atlantic Ocean
ATS (= Auxiliary Territorial Service)
3*, first GR 3: 17 (- girl) United Kingdom
Attila the Hun
19: 159 (- roaring in from the East) Military | Middle Ages
Beardsley
11: 71 (after the style of von Bayros or -) Last Name Artist | United Kingdom
auf wiedersehen
14: 100 Capitalised Expression/Dictionary | German
August Wilhelm von Hofmann
2*, first GR 19: 161 Scientist/Science | Chemistry
Austerity
5: 36 Concepts | Economics
Austin —
15: 115 ([Mrs. Qouad's] late husband -), 115, 119 Figures | Background
Autobahn
19: 165 (an - you can travel at your ease), 165 (your path, your -) Transport | Germany
autochromatism
18: 147 Concepts | The White Visitation
"Awful Offspring"
13: 83 Text/Texts | Books
AWOL
8: 51 (- bags) State/Around the World | Armies
B
19: 159 (Not A before -) Characters | Alphabet
B-17
13: 87 (a flight of -s) Planes | United States
B.O.Q.
2: 7 Building - Space | United Kingdom
Ba-sin Street
10: 62 Orthography Street/Around the World | New Orleans
babushka
4: 22 (-ed and coatwrapped) Rare Figures | Russia
baby-blanket
16: 132 (-s) Orthography Children | Vocabulary
baby-fat
2: 13 (- little buttocks a blow to the Genital Brain) Orthography Body | Anatomy
back
2*, first GR 14: 104 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
back-court
19: 162 ([Leni's] fetid - existence in Berlin) Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
back-street
17: 143 (-s) Orthography Street/Around the World | London
Bahrein
5: 35, 36 Countries/Around the World | Middle East
Balaclava helmet
2*, first GR 7: 42, 43, 46 Clothing | Bodies
balance-of-power thinking
2: 16 Orthography Ideas | Politics
Balkan
17: 142 (an opera of - intrigue) Region/Around the World | Europe
Balkan Armageddon
2: 16 Conflicts | Balkan
Balkanosis
2: 16 Conflicts | Balkan
balloon-bivouac
16: 127 (from bomber fields, -s, pillboxes over the beach) Orthography Objects | War
balsa-wood
15: 114 (- fighter planes) Orthography Objects | Carpentry
Baltic
18: 151 Water/Around the World | Europe
Baltic Sea
19: 161 Water/Around the World | Europe
banana blancmange
2: 10 Banana Breakfast | London
banana bread
2: 10 Banana Breakfast | London
Banana Breakfast
2*, first GR 1: 5 (Pirate has become famous for his -s), 6 (His companions below dream drooling of a -) Banana Breakfast | London
banana casserole
2: 10 Banana Breakfast | London
banana croissants
2: 10 Banana Breakfast | London
banana frappé
2: 9 (Pirate's -s) Rare Banana Breakfast | London
banana jam
2: 10 Banana Breakfast | London
banana kreplach
2: 10 Banana Breakfast | London
banana mead
2: 10 Banana Breakfast | London
banana oatmeal
2: 10 Banana Breakfast | London
banana omelets
2: 10 Banana Breakfast | London
banana sandwiches
2: 10 Banana Breakfast | London
banana syrup
2: 10 Banana Breakfast | London
banana waffles
2: 10 Banana Breakfast | London
banana-sandwich
3: 18 (- cushions) Orthography Banana Breakfast | London
bananas flamed in ancient brandy
2: 10 Banana Breakfast | London
bananes glacées
2: 11 Banana Breakfast | London
bar-light
14: 98 (the pale -) Orthography Description | Light
bark
2*, first GR 8: 52 Sound | Nature
Bartley Gobbitch
2: 9 Characters | United Kingdom
"Basher"
2*, first GR 18: 146 (Group Captain - St. Blaise) Nick Names | The White Visitation
bastard
8: 48 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Battle
6: 39 Location/Around the World | United Kingdom
Battle of Britain
2*, first GR 6: 40, 41 (alumni of the -) Events | World War II
battle-fatigued
12: 75 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Bavaria
12: 75 Region/Around the World | Germany
Bavarian
16: 125 (some neurotic - cuckoo clock of a village) Germany
BBC
5*, first GR 5: 32 Organisation | United Kingdom
BDST
4: 29 (6:43:16 -) Calendar | World War II
Beacon Hill
10: 70 (as Hill) Neigbourhood | Boston
Beacon Street
10: 71 Street/Around the World | Boston
Beast
3*, first GR 4: 24 (droppings of the -) Concepts | Christianity
bed-going
16: 130 (- complaints) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
bed-sitter
15: 115 (-s) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
before
13: 86 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
behavioral-psychology
13: 84 (- students) Orthography Description | Psychology
Behaviorist
5: 35 Scientist/Science | Psychology
being
17: 141 ([Pointsman's] even aware, usually, of the times when he's being -) Verb: To Be/Dictionary | Word Clusters
Bela Lugosi
14: 106 Actors/Film | Hungary
belch-gathering
20: 169 (- infusions) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Belgian
11: 71 (The corselette of - lace) Nationality | Belgium
Belgravia
15: 119 Neigbourhood | London
believe
9: 58 (they -, Jess!) Concepts | Religion
bell-curve
8: 51 (-s) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
belly-band
14: 100 (the bright zone of frost that -s the reared and shadowy rocket) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Benzedrine
17: 142 (that beige - pin) Stimulants | Drugs
Bereshith
12: 77 (-, as it were) Expression/Dictionary | Bible
Berkshire
4: 28 (what stayed at home in -) Region/Around the World | Massachusetts
Berkshires
4: 27 Region/Around the World | Massachusetts
Berlin
4*, first GR 11: 71 City/Around the World | Germany
Bernkastler Doktor
15: 118 Wine/Drinking | Germany
Bernreuter Inventory
12: 81 (-, as revised by Flanagan in '35) Study/Texts | Psychology
Bert
12: 73 Deity/Religion | Mythology
Bessarabia
15: 119 Region/Around the World | Europe
Bethlehem
20: 173 ([Water bugs] were deep in the straw of the manger at Bethlehem) Location/Around the World | Middle East
Grable
2: 9 (tell Miss - you're not able/) Last Name Actresses/Film | United States
between
2*, first GR 8: 50 (the -) Capitalised Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Beveridge Proposal
9: 57 Political Event | United Kingdom
beyond
2*, first GR 13: 84 (- the point of reducing a reflex to zero) Initials Concepts | Vocabulary
bi-stable
9: 55 (- points) Orthography Concepts | Psychology
Biddle
10: 65 ("Gobbler" -) Figures | Boston
Biedermeier
19: 162 (that fussy - strangulation) Furniture | Germany
Big and Little Anita
16: 129 (-, Stiletto May, Plongette) Figures | Background
"Big Apple"
10: 60 Dance | Interbellum
Big Ben
16: 133 Monument | London
Bismarck
19: 165 ([Walther Rathenau], a corporate-) Politician | Germany
bitch
14: 103 (the word -, spoken now in a certain tone of voice) Expression/Dictionary | Sex
Bitterness Quotient
9: 57 Concepts | Psychology
black
2*, first GR 14: 101 Description | Colours
black-and-white
2*, first GR 5: 25 (Incredible - Scorpia) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Colours
black-letter
11: 71 (- inacription) Orthography Black-Series/Dictionary | Printing
black-market
2: 9 (- marshmallows) Orthography Process | Economics
black-powder
14: 109 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
black-shod
2: 14 Orthography Clothing | Bodies
Blackpool-Preston North End game
3: 19 Sport | United Kingdom
blastulablob
8: 51 Rare Language/Dictionary | Neologism
blaze-mark
14: 100 (painted -s) Orthography Symbol | Vocabulary
Bleagh
13: 91 (Dr. -), 91 Figures | The White Visitation
Blicero
14: 94 (Captain -), 95 (Captain -), 96 (Captain -), 97 (Captain -), 98, 100 (Captain -), 101 (-'s unit), 102, 103, 104, 105 Characters | Rockets
Blicero
5: 30 (-'s traditional progress) Figures | Mythology
Blitz
4*, first GR 4: 21, 24 (the other -) Events | World War II
Blitzless
17: 140 (- times) Span | World War II
blood-abstract
14: 95 (-s) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
blood-red
14: 108 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Colours
bloom-like
14: 94 Orthography Process | Mathematics
Blowitt
18: 151 Figures | Background
blue-trousered
14: 99 (- troops) Orthography Uniform | Armies
BMR (=basal metabolism rate)
20: 170 (On Gwenhidwy’s wards some BMRs run low as -35, -40.) Process | Bodies
Bodenplatte
14: 100 (the -[...] concrete plate laid over strips of steel), 101 Device | Rockets
body-warmth
19: 156 Orthography Property | Bodies
Bofors
16: 121 (- door-knocking against [Jessica's] sky) Device | Weapon
bomb-happy
12: 75 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Rockets
bomb-pierced
14: 93 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Bond Street
15: 119 Street/Around the World | London
Bond Street Underground
4: 25 Railway Station | London
bone-tired
2*, first GR 13: 87 Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
bone-vibrating
20: 169 Orthography Sound | Bodies
Bonechapel Gate, E1
10: 60 Fictional Location/Around the World | London
bonvoyage chocolates
5: 37 Candy | Vocabulary
Book
5*, first GR 8: 47 (Spectro is one of the original seven owners of The -), 47 Text/Texts | Psychology
boot
7: 42 (fucking -) Clothing | Vocabulary
boot-tree
14: 104 Orthography Device | Bodies
Boston
2*, first GR 4: 28 (family banks down in -) City/Around the World | Massachusetts
both
4: 22 (- [Marjorie and Norma]) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
bottle-green
19: 160 Orthography Description | Colours
Bournemouth
15: 119 (gardens of -) City/Around the World | United Kingdom
boutonnière
2: 8 Clothing | French
Bovril
4: 23 (a cup of -) Food and Drinks | United Kingdom
Boxing Day
2*, first GR 16: 132 Span | Day
boy
16: 127 Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
Boy and Girl of the Year
21: 175 (And those voices you hear, -,
Are of children who are learning to die) Titles/Texts | United Kingdom
boy-and-his-dog
19: 155 (- [love]) Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
boy-and-slingshot
13: 91 Orthography Toy | United Kingdom
brain
10: 62 (gib de wrinkles in mah - a process) Body | Nature
brain-dossier
12: 77 (-s) Orthography Text/Texts | Spying
brain-mechanics
9: 55 (Pavlovian -) Orthography Concepts | Psychology
Breakfast
2: 10 (the fragile, musaceous odor of -) Banana Breakfast | London
breath-fogged
6: 37 (- window) Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Bodies
"breathe"
16: 122 (most rooms [...] -) Act | Bodies
breathing
2: 15 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Brennschluss
2: 8 (they're calling it premature -) Process | Rockets
Brenschluss
1: 6 (fuel cutoff, end of burning, what’s their word ... -) Fuel | Rockets
bride-to-be
16: 131 (middleclass -) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Brigadier Ernest Pudding
8*, first GR 7: 46 (rank only) Characters | United Kingdom
Brigadier Puddingward
12: 79 Room | The White Visitation
bright-Swiss
16: 131 Description | Colours
Brighton
12: 73 City/Around the World | United Kingdom
Bringt doch der Wanderer auch vom Hange des Bergrands | nicht eine Hand voll Erde ins Tal, die alle unsagliche, sondern | ein erworbenes Wort, reines, den gelben und blaun | Enzian
14: 101 Text/Texts | Poem
Bristol
18: 146 (the institute at -) City/Around the World | United Kingdom
British
5*, first GR 2: 10 (a - lion rampant), 14 (- policy) Nationality | United Kingdom
British Double Summer Time
4: 26 Calendar | World War II
broadly-sheeted
14: 99 Orthography Landscape/Around the World | Namibia
broken-hearted
10: 68 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
broken-spined
17: 136 (- books) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
"brother"
14: 95 (Katje's - Gottfried) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
brown-black
18: 147 (- pigment) Orthography Description | Colours
brown-uniformed
10: 70 (- militia) Orthography Description | Colours
brown-wrapped
18: 146 (- box) Orthography Description | Colours
bubble-and-squeak
20: 171 (last night's -) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Bulge
16: 135 (the chaplains out in the -) Events | World War II
Bundestag
19: 158 (should be Reichstag) Printing error Building - Space | Germany
Burberry
6: 37 Brand | United Kingdom
Bürgerlichkeit
19: 162 (the same detestable - as your father) Concepts | German
Burgundians
19: 159 Nationality | Europe
Burma
16: 132 (the eyes from -) Countries/Around the World | Asia
Burma-Shave
10: 65 Brand | United States
bus-stop good-bys
15: 115 Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Busbies
2: 15 (quite nubile young women naughtily attired in -) Uniform | United Kingdom
but
12: 80 (nothing - potato) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
But it is already light
1: 4 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
button-strung
18: 149 (long - cuffs) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Bwweeeaaaagghh
16: 125 (Christmas. -) Exclamation/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Byzantine
5: 34-35 (some - exercise) Description | Antiquity
C'est magnifique, mais ce n'est pas la guerre
2: 10 Expression/Dictionary | French
Caius Julius Caesar
2*, first GR 16: 136 (no longer who the -s say you are) Last Name Politician | Antiquity
calf-length
14: 104 Orthography Span | Measure
callipygian
10: 69 (the - rondure observed among the races of the Dark Continent) Rare Description | Bodies
Calvinist
9: 57 (it’s the damned - insanity again. Payment.) Flavour | Christianity
Cambridge
2*, first GR 5: 31, 35 City/Around the World | United Kingdom
Cambridge
2*, first GR 10: 65 City/Around the World | Massachusetts
Camerons officers
5: 30 United Kingdom
cami-knickers
17: 141 Orthography Clothing | Bodies
camphor-gum
15: 118 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
can
2*, first GR 14: 93 (What - young Osbie possibly have in mind?) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
can't
2*, first GR 17: 140 (Why - [Pointsman] ask?) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Canadian
10: 65 (- ale) Nationality | Canada
canals-of-Mars
18: 146 (- controversy) Orthography Ideas | Physics
candy
15: 116 Candy | Vocabulary
Capeheart
10: 66 (dust under the - [radio]) Brand | United States
Capt.
1: 5 (- Geoffrey ("Pirate") Prentice Rank | Armies
Captain
4: 20 (- Prentice) Rank | Armies
Captain
14: 95 (- [Blicero]), 96 (- [Blicero]), 102 (- [Blicero]), 102 (- Blicero), 103 (- [Blicero]), 104 (- [Blicero]), 104 (- Prentice), 102 (- [Blicero]) Rank | Armies
Caroline
3: 18 (-s) Figures | Slothrop
Carroll Eventyr
5*, first GR 5: 31 Characters | United Kingdom
Cary Grant
2: 13 Actors/Film | United States
cast-iron
1: 4 (- pulleys) Orthography Alloy | Metallurgy
"Castle Walk"
10: 60 (I did the -, and I did the "Lindy," too!) Dance | Interbellum
cause-and-effect
3*, first GR 13: 89, 90 Orthography Concepts | Psychology
causing
13: 85 (Slothrop is, with the force of his mind, - the rockets to drop where they do) Act | Slothrop
Cavendish Laboratory
2: 15 Institution | Cambridge
CBI (= China-Burma-India theatre of World War II)
16: 132 Conflicts | World War II
Cecil B. De Mille
11: 71 (a - set) Last Name Director/Film | United States
Cecil Beaton
12: 78 (like -'s photograph of Margot Asquith) Artist | Photography
Cedar Rapids
4: 22 ((imply - subdeb legs) City/Around the World | Iowa
ceiling-slats
10: 68 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
cell-memory
18: 147 (some surviving -) Orthography Events | Bodies
Central Asian
18: 149 (faded - rugs) Region/Around the World | Asia
Central Electricity Board
16: 133 Agencies | World War II
Central European
16: 123 (some sort of - government-in-exile) Region/Around the World | Europe
Certain Viscountess
2: 16 Figures | Background
Chain of Being
12: 77 Concepts | Religion
Chain of Command
12: 77 Process | Armies
chain-smoking
2*, first GR 4: 21 Orthography Act | Tobacco
Chair
17: 141 (this Committee or that, the -s, the Prizes) Functions | Sweden
chaise longue
1: 4 (various divans, un-Hoovered rugs and -s) Objects | Furniture
"chance"
17: 140 Concepts |
change
14: 97 ("Want the -," Rilke said), 97 ([Katje ] fears the -), 98 ("want the -") Capitalised Expression/Dictionary | Poem
change
15: 114 (something's -d) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Channel
4*, first GR 1: 7 (they [at Stanmore] must have it on the - radars) Water/Around the World | Europe
Chapter LV
13: 87 Text/Texts | Psychology
charcoal-saturated
14: 94 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Charge of the Light Brigade
2: 10 Events | History
Charing Cross
14: 112 (- Station) Railway Station | London
Charles
3: 19 ( the homosexual constable) Figures | London
Dawes
12: 74 (--era) Last Name Politician | United States
"Charleston"
10: 60 Dance | Interbellum
Parker
10: 63 ("Yardbird" -) Last Name Entertaiment | Music
Charlottesville
10: 61 (the - shoat) City/Around the World | Virginia
"cheap nihilism"
9: 57 Ideas | Philosophy
Chelsea
2: 10 (let the kind scent blanket all -) Borough | London
Chelsea Embankment
1: 5 Borough | London
"Cherokee"
10: 63, 64, 65 Song/Music | United States
cherry-quinine
15: 117 (a - petit-four) Rare Taste | Bodies
chewing-gum
8: 50 Orthography Candy | London
chi-square
2*, first GR 6: 40 (- calculations) Orthography Concepts | Statistics
child-pink
16: 129 (Roger's skin more -) Orthography Description | Colours
child-surrogate
16: 131 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
child-voice
16: 128 (-s singing for sixpences) Orthography Sound | Bodies
chill-dropleted
16: 134 (arc-lamps [...] too - for holocaust) Orthography Description | Vocabulary
Chinese
2*, first GR 16: 128 (- and French girls {in Jamaica]) Ethnicity/Around the World | China
chock-full
15: 118 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
chomp
15: 117 (an enormous bonbon -) Food and Drinks | Bodies
Christ
5*, first GR 4: 21, 22, 27 Person from | Christianity
Christian
4*, first GR 2: 14 (his - name) Person from | Christianity
Christmas
5*, first GR 9: 58 (-es) Calendar | Christianity
chrome-sprung
16: 132 Orthography Alloy | Chemistry
chuckle
12: 80 (-d) Emotion | Bodies
church-interior
16: 130 (- shadows) Orthography Church (Building)/Religion | Religion
cioé
16: 132 (playing "dead" --, conditionally alive) Language/Dictionary | Italian
City
2*, first GR 14: 111 Neigbourhood | London
City
14: 111 (dwelling foever in the -) Concepts | Christianity
city of Smoke
9: 53 (Something's stalking through the -) Description | London
City Paranoiac
20: 172, 173 Nick Names | London
city-dusted
19: 163 (- shoes) Orthography City-series | Word Clusters
Civil Defense
4: 24 Agencies | World War II
"civilian"
4: 22 Society | World War II
Civvie Street
2: 9 (Ev'rything'll be grand in -) Description | Society
Claire —
21: 174, 177 Figures | Background
Clark bar
10: 63 Candy | United States
clay-green
18: 149 Orthography Description | Colours
clean-living
13: 86 (we - lot) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Clive
12: 82 Historical Persons | United Kingdom
Clive —
5: 35, 36 Characters | United Kingdom
clock-hand
16: 133 (-s) Orthography Device | Time
close-harmony
2: 12 (- trombones) Orthography Key/Scale/Music | Music
close-shaved
14: 98 (- skull) Orthography Description | Bodies
close-up
14: 93 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Club
5: 33 Association | London
CNS (= Central Nervous System)
18: 147, 148 Structure | Bodies
co-opt
14: 110 (-ing) Orthography Act | Life
co-owner
2*, first GR 7: 47 (-s) Orthography Person from | Psychology
co-tenant
1: 5 (Bloat is one of the -s) Orthography Functions |
coal-black
6: 40 (a - Packard) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Colours
coal-smoke
4: 23 (a - hallway) Orthography Senses | Vocabulary
coal-tar
19: 166 (- dyes), 166 (The interface between coal and steel is -), 166 (-s) Orthography Compound | Chemistry
Coca-Cola
16: 128 (O have you seen my darlin’ Lola, with a shape like a bottle of -) Soda/Drinking | United States
Cockney
20: 168 Language/Dictionary | London
coffee-colored
6: 38 (- eyes) Orthography Description | Colours
coffee-ring
14: 105 (-ed) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
colour-negative
14: 101 Orthography Description | Colours
"combo"
10: 62 Performer | Music
come
7: 44 (- on) Act | Vocabulary
come-along
21: 177 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
comic-provincial
20: 169 (Welsh -) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Humour
Commando
3*, first GR 1: 7 (a - trick) Functions | Armies
Committee
17: 141 (this [Noble Prize] - or that) Organisation | Europe
Competition
2: 13 (the usual list of prizes in a -) Behaviour | Life
Compton Mackenzie
15: 115 (- novels) Writer/Texts | United Kingdom
"concentration"
9: 55 Concepts | Psychology
"concern"
5: 35 Emotion | Love
conditioned-reflex
13: 88 Orthography Concepts | Psychology
"confusion"
8: 50 Process | Life
Congregational
4: 26 (- churchyard) Denomination | Christianity
"conscious"
18: 153 (the - self) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Constable Stuggles
2*, first GR 12: 73, 74 Figures | The White Visitation
Constant Slothrop
3*, first GR 4: 26 (In Memory of - who died March [...] 1766) Figures | Slothrop
"contacts"
10: 66 (But - are living in these waste regions.) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Continent
12: 74 (antennas aimed at the -) Description | Europe
Continental
14: 93 (- style) Fashion | Europe
Controlling Agency
16: 124 (as psychic-unity-with-the--) Orthography Agencies | Psi Section
Conversion of the Dodoes
14: 110 Concepts | Mauritius
cop-face
16: 123 Orthography Description | Bodies
coral-like
1: 3 (the - and mysteriously vital growth) Orthography Description | Sea
cordite
16: 131 (Bring to the serai gifts of tungsten, -, high-octane?) Alloy | Weapon
cork-tip
13: 91 (-s from cigarettes) Orthography Method | Tobacco
Corneliu Zelea Codreanu
2*, first GR 2: 11 Fascism | Romania
corner-on
10: 62 Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Song
Corporal Wayne
2: 11 ([Pirate's] batman, a -) Figures | Background
cortex
20: 168 Organ | Bodies
Corydon Throsp
3*, first GR 1: 5 Fictional Person | London
Couéists
12: 77 Person from | Psychology
counter-tenor
16: 128 (one black face, a - Jamaican corporal), 129 Orthography Counter-series/Dictionary | Music
country-side
20: 172 Orthography Landscape/Around the World | United Kingdom
couple-three
15: 117 (a - more candy jars) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Covent Garden
3: 19 Borough | London
'cowardly, cowardly custard'
16: 122 ([Roger] called me -) Insult | Vocabulary
Crab
19: 154 (a woman born under the -, a mother) Constellation | Astrology
crack-blast
11: 72 (the - sound of another German rocket) Orthography Sound | Rockets
create itself
5: 30 Concepts | Economics
creation
18: 148 (Fragments of vessels broken at the -) Capitalised Concepts | Religion
Creepham
18: 151 Figures | Background
crêpe de Chine
5: 30 (Edwardian ladies in -) Clothing | Fabric
criolla
10: 70 South America
croix mystique
2: 16 (a - on the palm of Europe) Concepts | Esoterism
Cross of Lorraine
14: 112 Symbol | France
crotchet
14: 107 (my -, I’m indifferent to weight.) Property | Bodies
Crouchfield
2*, first GR 10: 67 (-, the westwardman), 69 Symbol | Only One Of It
crowd-footfalls
14: 104 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
crown-and-anchor game
5: 32 Orthography Gambling | United Kingdom
crust-brown
19: 157 (- light) Orthography Description | Colours
Crutchfield
2*, first GR 10: 67 (-, or Crouchfield, the westwardman), 68 (-'s little pard), 68, 69 Symbol | Only One Of It
crypto-Pointsman
13: 88 Nick Names | The White Visitation
ctenophile
16: 123 (Making a show of looking for his comb which is, as usual, lost, suspect is known as a notorious - . . .) Rare Language/Dictionary | Neologism
Cuba
20: 169 Island/Around the World | Carribean
Cuban
14: 95 (- heels) Person from | Cuba
cubeb
15: 118 Food and Drinks | Asia
cucurbitaceous
12: 80 (such - improbabilities as Ernest Pudding's Gourd Surprise) Rare Plants/Critters | Kitchen
cuddling
7: 43 (-?) Act | Love
Cupid
13: 83 (dangling -s) Deity/Religion | Antiquity
curd-clumped
12: 79 Orthography Process | Vocabulary
Curse of the Book
20: 171 Expression/Dictionary | Books
cut-steel
18: 149 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
"cute meet"
6: 38 Concepts | Movies
Cymri
20: 170 United Kingdom
Cynthia
4: 26 Figures | Slothrop
D Wing
17: 139, 139 (Now - is "The White Visitation"'s cover, still housing a few genuine patients.) Location/Around the World | The White Visitation
dacoit
2: 13 (an organisation of -s or Scilians) Rare Crime | Asia
Dale Carnegie
12: 77 (- zealots) Writer/Texts | United States
damn it
8: 53 Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
Dan Wall's Chili House
10: 63 Restaurant | New York City
"Dancing in the Dark"
5: 36 Song/Music | United States
dancing-shoe
9: 57 (- wars) Orthography Clothing | Bodies
danger
2: 8 (-'s over), 12 (For -’s a roof I fell from long ago) Capitalised Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Dark Continent
10: 69 Description | Africa
dark-green
14: 97 Orthography Description | Colours
dark-lashed
5: 35 (- [eyes]) Orthography Description | Colours
dark-maroon
18: 146 (a - cravat) Orthography Description | Colours
"Darlene"
3*, first GR 3: 19 Figures | Slothrop
Darmstadt
13: 84 City/Around the World | Germany
day
2*, first GR 8: 48 Span | Time
day-long
14: 99 (- agony) Orthography Span | Day
de-condition
13: 84 (-ed) Orthography Process | Psychology
"dead"
16: 132 (playing -) Terminology | Life
dead-leaf
16: 132 (- somnolence) Orthography Description | Time
death
10*, first GR 2: 10 (though it is not often - is told so clearly to fuck off) Capitalised Events | Life
death-by-government
21: 176 Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Death
death-institutions
16: 126 Orthography Description | Death
death-ray
17: 143 (the sky over New York glowing purple with the new all-sovereign -) Orthography Description | Rockets
death-transfigured
19: 166 Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Death
December
20: 169 (an English -) Span | Month
December-dawn
16: 125 Orthography Description | Light
decision-making
14: 105 Orthography Process | Mind
DeCoverley Pox
4*, first GR 2: 9 Figures | London
deep-socketed
4: 27 (- death's heads) Orthography Description | Architecture
Deer Park
17: 141 Borough | Stockholm
dégagé
12: 76 Language/Dictionary | French
Delores
3: 19 Figures | Slothrop
delta-wave
18: 146 (- shapes) Orthography Figures | Medicine
delusions-of-grandeur
8: 52 Orthography Emotion | World War II
demisemiquaver
2*, first GR 10: 63 (32nd notes -s) Terminology | Music
Dennis Morgan
5: 32 (your - chap) Actors/Film | United States
Dependent Little Girl
19: 156 Characters | Germany
Depression
4: 28 Events | Interbellum
Deptford
8: 52 Borough | London
Der Kinderofen
14: 94 Device | Fairy Tales
Design
14: 110 Concepts | Religion
Destiny
2*, first GR 14: 97, 98 ([Blicero's - is the Oven) Concepts | Religion
Destroying Angel
14: 93 Stimulants | Drugs
détente
2*, first GR 4: 25 Events | War
Devil
18: 153 Concepts | Religion
Devon
12: 77 (en ampty house in -) Counties/Around the World | United Kingdom
"Diadem"
20: 169 Song/Music | Christianity
Didus ineptus
14: 109 Bird/Critters | Mauritius
Die Faust Hoch
19: 154 Magazine/Texts | Weimar Republic
Die Frau im Mond
19: 159 Film Title/Film | Germany
Diesel fuel
5: 30 Liquid | Energy
dinner-guest
12: 80 (unsuspecting -) No Title/Rank Food and Drinks | Vocabulary
directed at
18: 150 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
dirt-blurry
14: 101 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Disgusting English Candy Drill
15: 118 Joke | London
Disneyfied
10: 70 Entertaiment | United States
do
3*, first GR 5: 30 (No one can -) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
does
3*, first GR 13: 85 (sex - come into Dr. Treacle’s theory.) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Dog
17: 138 (Something like what happens on the cortex of - during the "paradoxical" phase), 139 (-s Piotr, Natasha, Nikolai, Sergei, Katinka [...]) Animals/Critters | Nature
Dog Vanya
2*, first GR 12: 78, 79 Animals/Critters | The White Visitation
doing
2*, first GR 12: 75 (What are [the Hereros] - this instant, your dark, secret children? Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Doing the Same Things
16: 121 (- with Jeremy) Description | Sex
dolled-up
10: 63 (- redskins) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Dom
19: 162 Church (Building)/Religion | Lubeck
Dominus Blicero
5: 30 (Once transected into the realm of -) Figures | Mythology
don't
2*, first GR 4: 23 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Donald Duck
18: 146 (- cinema cartoons) Cartoons | United States
door-knocking
16: 121 Orthography Act | Vocabulary
Dorset
16: 124 Counties/Around the World | United Kingdom
double-ended
14: 107 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
double-fart
2: 10 ([the phone call is] like a rude metal -) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Dour Young Man
6: 40 ([Roger Mexico]'s become the - of "The White Visitation," Description | The White Visitation
down
9: 53 (-!) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Dr. Aaron Throwster
4*, first GR 12: 82 Minor Character | The White Visitation
Dr. Edward W.A. Pointsman
12*, first GR 6: 37, 38 Last Name Characters | The White Visitation
Dr. Kevin Spectro
8*, first GR 7: 47 Characters | London
Dr. Porkyevitch
2*, first GR 8: 51 (the refugee -) Minor Character | The Zone
Dr. Rollo Groast
8*, first GR 5: 34 Last Name Characters | The Zone
Dracula-style
6: 37 Description | Movies
dracunculiasis
2: 13 Illness | Bodies
drawing-room
2*, first GR 14: 95, 96 Orthography Area | Houses
Dromond
2*, first GR 17: 139 (- [killed] by German artillery on Shellfire Corner), 140 Minor Character | The White Visitation
"drops"
12: 78 Unit | Psychology
drowned-man blue
14: 102 Orthography Description | Colours
Drummer
14: 104 Figures | The Netherlands
Duchess
16: 135 Theatre | London
Duindigt
14: 96 (the - racecourse), 106 Location/Around the World | The Netherlands
Duino Elegies
14: 99 Text/Texts | Poetry
dum-de-dumming
10: 63 Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Song
Dumbo
14: 106 Film Title/Film | United States
Dumbo the elephant
16: 135 Animals/Critters | Movies
Dumpster Villard
2*, first GR 10: 65 (-, he was constipated that night) Figures | Boston
Dutch
2*, first GR 1: 5 (rosy as - peasants) Nationality | The Netherlands
Dutchman
14: 108 (the crazy -) Nationality | The Netherlands
Dwight D. Eisenhower
12: 74 (General -), 76 Last Name Politician | United States
E-major
12: 78 (- chord) Orthography Key/Scale/Music | Music
Eagle Pass
10: 69 Location/Around the World | Texas
ear-leather
17: 142 Orthography Device | The White Visitation
early-morning
18: 154 (- tea) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
early-War
18: 146 (- mementos) Orthography Description | Time
earth
6*, first GR 1: 6 (around the curve of the -) Capitalised Geography/Around the World | Planet Earth
earth-signed
19: 154 (- belligerence) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
East
19: 159 (Attila the Hun roaring in from the -) Direction | Planet Earth
East End
5*, first GR 2: 15 Borough | London
Easterling
2*, first GR 17: 139 (- taken early in a raid by the Luftwaffe), 140 Minor Character | The White Visitation
Eastern Front
14: 98 Conflicts | World War II
Eastern Question
2: 14 Political Issue | Balkan
eat
12: 80 Food and Drinks | Vocabulary
echo-clanking
16: 132 Orthography Sound | Vocabulary
eddy-current
18: 150 (-s) Orthography Phenomenon | Electricity
Edward VIII
2*, first GR 9: 59 (- abdicated) Royalty | United Kingdom
Edwardian
2*, first GR 2: 15 (- medicine) Span | United Kingdom
Edwin Treacle
5*, first GR 13: 85 (-, that most Freudian of psychical researchers), 87, 92 Minor Character | The White Visitation
EEG
2*, first GR 5: 34 Method | Medicine
egg-shaped
15: 116 (an - confection) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
eh
15: 125 (-?) Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
ehisshehwle
10: 62 (pronouncing asshole with a certain sphinctering of the lips so it comes out -) Insult | Massachusetts
eia
16: 134 Language/Dictionary | German
eia, wärn wir da
16: 134 (-!) Song/Music | German
Eileen
15: 134 Fictional Person | Song
Ein Volk ein Führer
16: 131 Slogan | Third Reich
ELAS Greeks
5: 34 (stalking royalists) Activists | Greece
Elect
14: 110 Religion
Electra House
12: 80 (- group) Building - Space | London
Electric Monopoly
16: 133 (a lively game, -, [...]) Concepts | Economics
electric-arc
2: 15 (- terminals) Orthography Device | Electricity
electric-shock
2: 15 (-ed) Orthography Process | Medicine
electric-white
13: 91 Orthography Description | Colours
Elizabeth
21: 174, 177 Figures | Background
Elizabeth
3: 18 (-s) Figures | Slothrop
Elizabeth —
4: 27 (through bouncy Star Spangled Banner meter Mrs. -) Figures | Slothrop
else
2*, first GR 11: 72 (How - would They know?) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
embankment
18: 145, 147 Capitalised Location/Around the World | London
Emil Rathenau
19: 165 (- had founded AEG, the German General Electric Company) Businessman | Germany
Emily Dickinson
4: 27, 28 Poet/Texts | United States
emphysema
16: 133 Capitalised Illness | Bodies
Empire
16: 129 (the Anglo-American -), 130, 135 (the - has no place for dreams) Style | Furniture
empty-headed
17: 140 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Enemy
2*, first GR 14: 110 Concepts | Religion
Enfields
15: 114 (little-kid-size -) Device | Weapon
engineman 3rd class
4: 22 Rank | Armies
England
7*, first GR 1: 5 (messmates throng here from all over -) Countries/Around the World | United Kingdom
English
11*, first GR 4: 22 (- girls), 23 (an - firefly) Nationality | United Kingdom
English Channel
5*, first GR 5: 35 Water/Around the World | Atlantic Ocean
Englishman
19: 166 (another -, Herbert Ganister) Nationality | United Kingdom
Englishman - Englishmen
16: 132 (plural) Nationality | United Kingdom
enjoy
2: 15 (-ing) Emotion | Life
"Enzian"
14: 101 Characters | Schwarzkommando
Epidermal
18: 148 (But sooner or later everyone out here has to go -. No exceptions.) Technique | Medicine
"equivalent"
3*, first GR 8: 48 Concepts | Psychology
Erection
8: 47 (- not looking any better.) Process | Sex
Erlenmeyer
9: 55 (- flask) Device | Chemistry
Bevin
14: 106 (Mr. -) Last Name Politician | United Kingdom
Ernest Pudding's Gourd Surprise
12: 80 Food and Drinks | The White Visitation
Ernesto Lecuona
20: 169 (some piece by -, "Siboney" perhaps) Composer/Music | Cuba
Lubitsch
14: 112 Last Name Director/Film | Germany
Erwartung
14: 101 Emotion | German
Estelle
20: 171 (the doorkeeper’s daughter -), 171 Figures | Background
Et tu, Brute
19: 164 (-, the official lie) Expression/Dictionary | Latin
et-tu-Brutes
19: 164 (it is not to pass the time of day with -) Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
ether
7: 44 Liquid | Medicine
ETO (=European Theatre of Operations)
3: 18 Description | World War II
eucalyptus-flavored
15: 117 Orthography Food and Drinks | London
Eugene Sue
2: 13 (a - melodrama) Writer/Texts | France
Europe
3*, first GR 2: 14, 16 Geography/Around the World | Continent
European
3*, first GR 12: 77 (the - balance of power) Geography/Around the World | Europe
evacuation
1: 3 (the - still proceeds) Capitalised Activity | World War II
Evaluation Board
9: 57 World War II
"Event"
17: 138 (another - for Roger Mexico; not capitalised), 139 (not capitalised) Events | Vocabulary
"Events"
9: 56 (-, newly created one moment to the next?) Events |
ever
10: 60 (Did I ever bother you, -, for anything, in your life?) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
ever-nibbling
15: 119 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Word Clusters
every-so-often
17: 138 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
everything
16: 125 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
exact terms of his hope
20: 169 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
exactly
1: 7 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
exactly like them
12: 76 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
execution-wall
12: 74 Orthography Constructions | World War II
"extinguish"
13: 84 (-ed) Process | Psychology
eye-contact
12: 82 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
eye-reddening
10: 62 Orthography Process | Bodies
eye-searing
6: 41 (- yellow) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
eye-twitch
14: 100 (words are only an - away from the things they stand for) Orthography Gesture | Bodies
eyes-down
14: 95 Orthography Gesture | Bodies
eyes-to-eyes
16: 120 Orthography Gesture | Bodies
Eyeties
16: 132 Description | Italian
F scale
13: 90 Measure | Psychology
F.O.
3*, first GR 2: 16 Agencies | United Kingdom
F.R.C.S.
7: 42 Titles/Texts | Medicine
face-muscles
17: 141 Orthography Body Part | Bodies
face-to-face
6: 38 Orthography Gesture | Bodies
face-up
17: 136 Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Bodies
façonné
14: 107 (- velvet) Fashion | French
fading-faced
15: 115 (- girls) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
fag-end
2*, first GR 9: 55 Orthography Device | Tobacco
fag-end
18: 153 (-s) Orthography Description | Tobacco
faille
18: 149 (the - gown) Clothing | Fabric
fair-lashed
14: 93 (- eyes) Orthography Description | Bodies
fake-Athenian
4: 27 Orthography Style | Architecture
Falkman and His Apache Band
5: 32 (- subdued over the BBC) Performer | United Kingdom
false-eyelashed
14: 94 Orthography Style | Bodies
fantasist-surrogate
2: 12 (Pirete's career as a -) Rare Functions | Armies
faro
10: 69 (a - dealer with a laudanum habit) Gambling | United States
Fascist
2*, first GR 5: 33 (- rot) Person from | Fascism
fat-nodes
2: 15 Orthography Description | Bodies
fat-softened
19: 156 Orthography Description | Bodies
fawn-colored
13: 86 (- British warm) Orthography Description | Colours
Fay Wray
9: 57 ([Jessica's] - look) Actresses/Film | United States
FDR
10: 68 (-'s little asshole buddies) Politician | United States
"fear"
13: 84 (measuring -) Emotion | Bodies
Fear Board
13: 84 Psychology
feel
2*, first GR 9: 53 (it doesn’t - like danger here) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
feel them coming
8: 49 Phenomenon | Rockets
Fen
13: 91 (- [skating]) Region/Around the World | United Kingdom
fever-rondo
17: 143 Orthography Events | Illness
fickt es
19: 158 (-, the soon-to-be-immortal phrase) Expression/Dictionary | German
fifty-millionth
4: 20 (- interbranch request) Orthography Span | Number
fighter-bombers
14: 97 (English -s) Orthography Planes | World War II
fill-light
18: 152 Orthography Description | Light
fine-marbled
16: 125 (- amber phlegm) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
fine-packed
10: 66 (- masonry ruins) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
finger-stalls
15: 119 (carved ebony - from the last century) Orthography Objects | Vocabulary
Fire of Paradise
15: 119 (-, that famous confection of high price and protean taste), 120 Candy | London
Fire Service
2*, first GR 5: 30 Organisation | London
fire-raising
18: 151 (the - at at Lübeck) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Violence
Firm
3*, first GR 2: 12 ([Pirate's gift, the - has found uncommonly useful), 14 (the -, in Their tireless search for negotiable skills), 14 (the - is patient), 16 (the -'s plastic surgeons), 16 Organisation | United Kingdom
First Step
16: 124 Concepts | The White Visitation
fish-furred
16: 130 Orthography Food and Drinks | Vocabulary
Fitzmaurice House
12: 76 Building - Space | London
five-digit
18: 146 (- groups) Orthography Span | Number
five-note
10: 68 Orthography Terminology | Music
five-pointed
18: 145 (a great - star on the pavement) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
flame
14: 98 (be inspired by the -), 98 (royal moths the - has inspired) Capitalised Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Flanders
2*, first GR 12: 77 (in the nightmare of -), 79 Region/Around the World | Belgium
flash-powder
2: 15 (- cameras) Orthography Device | Photography
flesh-colored
14: 95 (a - leather jockstrap) Orthography Description | Colours
flesh-colour
16: 131 (-s) Orthography Description | Colours
Flit
14: 112 Brand | Agriculture
Flood
14: 110 (perish in a second -) Events | Bible
Nightingale
15: 117 (Darlene, pure - compassion) Last Name Historical Persons | United Kingdom
Flotsam and Jetsam
12: 73 Radio Program | United Kingdom
flower-life
17: 137 Orthography Plants/Critters | Nature
fly-blown
2: 13 (one - four in the afternoon) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Flying Down to Rio
14: 106 Film Title/Film | United States
Flying Fortress
2*, first GR 3: 18 Planes | World War II
folding-cot
16: 132 (-s) Orthography Constructions | Houses
folk-consciousness
2*, first GR 16: 130 Orthography Emotion | Vocabulary
"folly"
12: 82 Genre | Painting
"fondness"
5: 35 Emotion | Love
fool-alcoholic
20: 172 (a fixed, - smile) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Alcohol
For as much as they are the creatures of God, and have the gift of rational discourse, acknowledging that only in His Word is eternal life to be found
14: 111 Expression/Dictionary | Christianity
Forbidden Quarter
2: 14 Fictional Location/Around the World | Nightmares
force-vector
13: 91 (-s) Orthography Vectorism | Mathematics
Foreign Office
2*, first GR 2: 14 Agencies | United Kingdom
foreign-morale
5: 34 (- data) Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Them
Forest Hills
10: 61 (the - foal) Borough | New York City
"forget Slothrop"
8: 52 (Does he mean -) Expression/Dictionary | Slothrop
Fortress
13: 87 (-es) Description | Transportation
Forty-one Lectures
13: 88 (the volume preceding The Book, the -) Text/Texts | Psychology
four-way
5: 31 ( a basic, - entente) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Fourth of July
4: 29 (like cinders from the -) Events | United States
Fox
4*, first GR 8: 47 (sedate -([Spectro's] generic term for any patient)), 48, 53 (one of your fine -es) Objects | The White Visitation
France
19: 157 (Someone told me you hadn’t come back from -...), 157 (Not even the French girls could have kept me in -) Countries/Around the World | Europe
Frank Bridge Variations
9: 59 Composition/Music | United Kingdom
Franklin D. Roosevelt
16: 135 (You forgot -, padre) Last Name Politician | United States
Frans Van der Groov
2*, first GR 14: 108 (-, another ancestor [of Katje's]) Characters | Mauritius
Franz —
2*, first GR 18: 154 ([Leni's] husband -), 154 Characters | Germany
Franz van Bayros
11: 71 Painter/Visual Arts | Austria
fraternity-boy
4: 22 Orthography Person from | United States
Frau Silberschlag
19: 165 Figures | Background
Freaks
14: 106 Film Title/Film | United States
Freakshow Two
18: 151 (St. Blaise: Freakshow Two, did you see that, over.
Wingman: This is - —affirmative.
St. Blaise: Good.) Figures | Background
Fred Allen
7: 44 (-, [...] Wednesday nights over the BBC) Radio Program | United Kingdom
Fred Roper 's Company of Wonder Midgets
5: 37 Entertaiment | United States
Frederick —
4: 27 (Slothrop's grandfather -) Figures | Slothrop
Free French
5: 34 (- plotting revenge on Vichy traitors) Activists | World War II
Freeeeaks
16: 125 (-!) Exclamation/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Freiherr von Maltzan
19: 166 No Title/Rank Politician | Weimar Republic
French
8*, first GR 1: 6 (- windows) Nationality | France
French-curved
17: 138 Orthography Structure | France
Freudian
13: 85, 89 (- revenge) Concepts | Psychoanalysis
Frick Frack Club
4: 22 (the - in Soho) Bar/Drinking | London
Friday
4: 25 Span | Day
Friedrich August von Stradonitz Kekulé
13: 84 Last Name Scientist/Science | Chemistry
Friedrichstrasse
14: 98 Street/Around the World | Berlin
Lang
14: 112 Last Name Director/Film | Germany
frog-kicking
19: 157 Orthography Activity | Game
frosty-grape
15: 118 (- alveolar) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Fu Manchu
10: 68 (With his ass just as yellow as -!) Figures | Comics
Fu's Folly
10: 65 Restaurant | Cambridge
fuck it
14: 107 Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
fucking
16: 125 (even when {Roger] and Jessica were -.) Act | Sex
"fucking madness"
9: 53 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Führer-principle
12: 81 Concepts | Third Reich
full-scale
21: 177 (a - row) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
fumed-oak
7: 42 (- newel post) Orthography Furniture | London
Fuzzy-Wuzzies
2: 13 (beastly -) Africa
G-2
3: 18 (Weekly Intelligence Summaries from -) Agencies | United Kingdom
G-5
16: 125 (as G-5-to-be) Orthography Authorities | The Zone
g-loads
3: 19 Capitalised Force | Gravity
G-sharp minor
12: 78 Orthography Key/Scale/Music | Music
GAAHHH
10: 66 (-!) Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
gab-artist
12: 79 Orthography Description | Vocabulary
"gage"
10: 62 (- smoke) Stimulants | Drugs
"gam"
20: 168 Description | Slang
game-brother
14: 96 Orthography Person from | Kinderofen
Garage Simplicity
14: 107 Technique | Weapon
Garrard's
3: 17 Department Store | London
gas
19: 157 (-sen) Street/Around the World | German
Gavin Trefoil
5*, first GR 5: 33 (young -) Minor Character | United Kingdom
Geheime Kommandosache
11: 71 Text/Texts | Third Reich
General Delivery
10: 60 Process | Vocabulary
General Douglas MacArthur
3: 17 Military | United States
General Electric
19: 165 (AEG, the German - Company) Company | United States
General Staff
18: 152 Armies
Generaldirektor Smaragd
4*, first GR 19: 164 (- of an IG branch that was interested, for a time, in [Leni's] husband) Minor Character | IG Farben
generation
9: 56 Span | Life
Genital Brain
2: 13 (a blow to the -) Body | Sex
Geoffrey Prentice
8*, first GR 1: 5 (Capt. with nick name between first and last name) Characters | United Kingdom
George Formby
3: 18 (a sort of American -) Performer | United Kingdom
Georgian
4: 24 (- houses) Style | Architecture
TerBorch
14: 104 Last Name Painter/Visual Arts | The Netherlands
Gerd von Rundstedt
2*, first GR 8: 52 (the damned - offensive) Last Name Military | Third Reich
Gerhardt von Göll
3*, first GR 14: 112 Characters | The Zone
German
16*, first GR 1: 5 (a - camera), 6 (Most Secret, - rocket bomb) Nationality | Germany
German Beast
2*, first GR 12: 74 Description | Third Reich
Germany
5*, first GR 12: 72, 74 Countries/Around the World | Europe
get down
19: 161 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Rószavölgyi
2*, first GR 11: 80 (Dr. -), 81 Last Name Characters | The White Visitation
ghastly-bitter
15: 116 Orthography Taste | Vocabulary
GI
4: 26 (- undershorts) Military | United States
gift of speech
14: 110 Capitalised Concepts | Religion
gillie
7: 43 Functions | United Kingdom
"Giovinezza"
16: 132 Song/Music | Italy
Girl Guides
2*, first GR 2: 13 Organisation | United Kingdom
girl-chasing
3: 19 Orthography Activity | Sex
girl-nervous
5: 31 Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Bodies
girl-star
13: 86 Orthography Objects | Slothrop
girly
2: 12 (No matter if -’s on my knee—) Capitalised Description | Song
Give it all up
14: 104 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
glacist
12: 73 (-s from the region) Capitalised Person from |
Gladstone bag
2: 15 (as Glad-stone, no bag) Orthography Objects | Transportation
Gladys
3: 19 Figures | Background
gland-creature
2: 16 (the throbbing -) Orthography Description | Vocabulary
Glastonburys
13: 86 (Pointsman in -) Clothing | United Kingdom
Gloria
3: 19 (- and her nubile mother) Figures | Slothrop
Gloucester
8: 52 (a springer spaniel named -) Animals/Critters | The White Visitation
Gloucestershire Old Spots
12: 82 (pigs) Animals/Critters | United Kingdom
go-between
5: 34 (a - for Mexico and his own roommate Teddy Bloat) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
"Gobbler"
10: 65 (- Biddle) Nick Names | Massachusetts
God
16*, first GR 1: 6 (only - can tell) Deity/Religion | Christianity
Godhead
2: 14 Rare Concepts | Religion
Godly
14: 110 (- creation) Concepts | Religion
Gods owne planting
4: 22 Antiquated Expression/Dictionary | Christianity
going
16: 134 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Going My Way
6: 38 Film Title/Film | United States
Gold Star
16: 134 (your mother hoping to hang that -) Award | Armies
gold-leaf
8: 47 (- letters) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
gold-lit
12: 76 (- borders of consciousness) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
gold-rim
3: 17 (- prescription sunglasses) Orthography Anorganic | Colours
good-humored
10: 68 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
good-natured
3: 17 Orthography Emotion | Life
good-night
14: 102 ([Gottfried's] -s one prayer) Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
good-whisky-and-cured-Latakia
5: 33 (the - scent) Orthography Property | Them
Gothic
7: 46 (- cathedrals) Architecture | Europe
Götterdammerung
19: 163 (the - mentality again) Concepts | Mythology
14: 94, 94 (-s docile spine), 95, 96, 97, 101, 102, 104 Characters | The Zone
Government
5: 33 (- eyeglasses), 37 (- hounds) Authorities | United States
government-in-exile
16: 123 (some sort of Central European -) Orthography World War II
Grafty Green
16: 127 (-, Kent) Location/Around the World | United Kingdom
Gramophone
2: 13 Device | Music
Grand Hotel
17: 141, 142 Hotel | Sweden
grave-marker
6: 39 (through Roger’s mineral, - self) Objects | Death
Gravesend
16: 130 Location/Around the World | United Kingdom
gray-green
14: 101 (The crews move nervously -.) Orthography Description | Colours
grayed-out
13: 87 (- pink or purple) Orthography Process | Colours
grease-black
4: 26 Orthography Description | Colours
grease-brown
16: 142 (-s) Orthography Description | Colours
grease-hazy
15: 115 (- jars) Orthography Description | Vocabulary
Great Aspinwall Hotel Fire
4: 28 (in 1931, the year of the -) Events | Massachusetts
Great Depression
12: 77 Events | Interbellum
green-brown
9: 54 (- masses in unifirm) Orthography Description | Colours
green-stained
1: 3 (- VIP faces) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Colours
green-striped
16: 122 Orthography Description | Colours
Greenwich
2: 11 Borough | London
Greenwich Mean Time
16: 133 Concepts | Time
Garbo
16: 127 (a bloody - film) Last Name Actresses/Film | Sweden
Gretel
21: 174 (pretty - waited by the Oven), 174 Figures | Mythology
Grid
16: 134 Description | Time
Grid Time
16: 133 (keep - synchronized with Greenwich Mean Time) Description | Time
Grigori
2*, first GR 8: 51 (a gigantic, horror-movie devilfish name of -) Animals/Critters | France
Grimm
12: 74 (the brothers -) Scientist/Science | Germany
Grosvenor Square
2*, first GR 3: 17 Square | London
Group Captain St. Blaise
4*, first GR 18: 146 (nickname Basher before last name) Figures | Background
gut-muscles
14: 100 Orthography Body Part | Bodies
Gymanfa Ganu
20: 171 (Death's white - [in Aberystwyth]) Events | United Kingdom
Gymnasium
19: 157 (old - friends), 163 Higher Education | Germany
gypsy-whisper
12: 79 (Hungarian -) Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
H.A. Loaf
2*, first GR 2: 14 Figures | Background
Haagsche Bosch
14: 104 Location/Around the World | The Netherlands
haakbus
14: 108, 111 Device | Weapon
had
9: 56 (But squares that have already - several hits [...]) Verb: Have/Dictionary | Vocabulary
half-awakened
19: 162 Orthography Half-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
half-darkness
8: 47 Orthography Half-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
Half-Dollar
15: 135 (- with the grinning sun peering up under Liberty's wispy gown). Dollar not capitalised Orthography Money | 1892 World Fair
half-moon
14: 104 Orthography Phenomenon | Nature
half-open
8: 47 (a - file drawer of pain) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
half-pint
2: 9 (- milk bottle filled with Vat 69 and water) Orthography Measure | United Kingdom
half-resting
7: 43 (Roger - on Jessica’s lap) Orthography Half-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
half-sentient
12: 80 (- creatures) Orthography Half-series/Dictionary | Vocabulary
half-stooped
16: 124 Orthography Half-series/Dictionary | Vocabulary
half-suffocated
4: 24 Orthography Half-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
half-turned
8: 51 Orthography Half-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
Hampstead Heath
2*, first GR 2: 15, 15 (last word only) Location/Around the World | United Kingdom
hand-set
13: 88 Orthography Gesture | Bodies
Hansel
21: 174 (-, who was supposed to be a boy but was really a tall girl in tights and smock) Figures | Mythology
Hansel and Gretel
21: 174 (The pantomime Roger took them all to see this afternoon was -) Art | United Kingdom
hard-boiled
5: 37 (- old egg of world and timetables) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
hard-to-get
3: 18 (- heliotrope) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
hardon
4: 26 (a - , ready to jump), 26 Body Part | Sex
Harley Street
3*, first GR 13: 88 (to abandon -) Street/Around the World | London
Harrimans
4: 28 Family | United States
Harrods
5: 31 Department Store | London
Harrow
16: 130 Borough | London
Harry Pollit
16: 135 (first name as 'Arry) Politician | United Kingdom
Harvard
2*, first GR 10: 63 (- boys), 64 (- fellas), 64, 65 (- fellow) Higher Education | Massachusetts
Harvard University
13: 83 Higher Education | Massachusetts
Harvey Nicholls
14: 94 Fashion | London
Harz
14: 100 (deep in the -) Mountains/Around the World | Germany
has
4*, first GR 8: 52 (the whole thrust of this Slothrop scheme - to be auditory) Verb: Have/Dictionary | Vocabulary
(haughtily)
10: 61 (Superior -) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
haze-gray
4: 26 Orthography Description | Colours
he
3*, first GR 16: 131 ([a long-time schiz...] who believes - is World War II) Pronouns/Dictionary | Word Clusters
he knows
17: 142 ([Pointsman,] a face -) Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
(he was 33)
5: 36 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
head-control
14: 98 Orthography Gesture | Bodies
head-to-tail
21: 174 Orthography Fish/Critters | Nature
heard-it
10: 62 Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Song
heart attack
16: 133 Capitalised Illness | Bodies
heave
16: 122 (The night room heaves a sigh, yes -, a Sigh), 122 (- a Sigh) Capitalised Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
hedge-grey
18: 149 Orthography Description | Colours
hedgehog-coloured
20: 170 (- cape) Orthography Description | Colours
heel-shape
18: 149 (-s) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Bodies
Heinrich Suso
16: 129 (German macaronic from the fifteenth century, attributed to -) Composer/Music | Germany
Heinz Rippenstoss
20: 167 (-, the irrepressible Nazi wag and gadabout) Figures | Background
Hendrik —
14: 108 (he wrote home to - the older brother, the ruler of my Sign . . .) Figures | Mauritius
Henry Purcell
16: 129 Composer/Music | United Kingdom
Henry V
20: 169 (the Welshman in -) Theatre | United Kingdom
Henry Vlll
12: 73 Royalty | United Kingdom
Herbert Ganister
19: 161 (- to Laszlo Jamf, a direct chain, cause-and-effect), 166 (another Englishman, -) Scientist/Science | Chemistry
Herbert Stanley Morrison
16: 132 (the gravity of Mr. -) Last Name Politician | United Kingdom
here
20: 168 (Experiments -) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
here's to you then, chaps [...]
17: 142 Expression/Dictionary | The White Visitation
Herero
3*, first GR 12: 74, 75 (-s) Ethnicity/Around the World | Herero
Herero Rising
14: 99 (the great - [of 1904]) Events | Namibia
Herod
16: 135 (- or Hitler, fellas) Figures | Bible
Herrenklub
19: 165 Third Reich
Hershey
2*, first GR 14: 105 (Jews are negotiable. Every bit as negotiable as cigarettes, cunt, or - bars) Candy | United States
"Hexeszüchtigung"
14: 95 Process | Kinderofen
hhaahhh
1: 6 (-!) Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
Hhahh
1: 6 Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
hi-hat
10: 63 Orthography Instrument | Music
"Hieropon"
2*, first GR 18: 152 (three - (250 mg)) Fiction | Drugs
High Holborn Street
16: 128 (rum-smoky saloons in [Kingston's] -) Street/Around the World | Jamaica
high-albedo
18: 152 (sequins and - stockings) Orthography Description | Colours
high-chair
16: 132 (-s) Orthography High-series/Dictionary | Houses
high-class
6: 37 (a - vivisectionist) Orthography High-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
high-desert
10: 67 Orthography High-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
high-octane
16: 131 (Bring to the serai gifts of tungsten, cordite, -?) Orthography Alloy | Energy
high-pitched
2: 11 (the voice - and sullen) Orthography High-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
high-prowed
14: 99 (a - wooden boat) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
high-set
16: 123 (- cabs) Orthography High-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
high-skirted
16: 128 (- girls) Orthography High-series/Dictionary | Vocabulary
him
3*, first GR 4: 26 (= Slothrop) Pronouns/Dictionary | Word Clusters
Hinterhöfe
19: 160 Location/Around the World | Berlin
Hippocratic
12: 75 (- sentiment) Concepts | Medicine
his
5*, first GR 2: 11 (- men [Codreanu's -]) Pronouns/Dictionary | Word Clusters
His Word
14: 111 Concepts | Christianity
history
2*, first GR 14: 105 Capitalised Concepts | Time
hod
2: 16 (-s of [cocaine]) Device | Architecture
Hogan —
4: 29 (wakened [...] by Pop, or -) Characters | Slothrop
Holland
3*, first GR 1: 6 Region/Around the World | The Netherlands
hollow-eyed
17: 137 (- horses in a field) Orthography Description | Bodies
Hollywood
3*, first GR 6: 38 Location/Around the World | Los Angeles
holocaust
15: 118 ([Slothrop's tongue's a hopeless -) Fascism | Third Reich
Home Front
6: 41 Events | World War II
Home Guard
5: 30 Agencies | United Kingdom
Home Office
2: 15 Agencies | United Kingdom
Home Service
16: 134 (the vapid soprano last night on the - programme) Radio Program | United Kingdom
Homo Monstrosus
12: 82 Description | Latin
Hoover
1: 4 (un--ed rufs) Device | Domestics
Hop Harrigan
15: 117 Radio Program | United States
horizon-line
20: 172 Orthography Landscape/Around the World | Planet Earth
horror-movie
8: 51 (a gigantic, - devilfish name of Grigori) Orthography Genre | Movies
Horsley Gantt
13: 88 (Dr. -'s odd translation [of Pavlov]) Scientist/Science | Psychology
hot-water
16: 133 (- pipes) Orthography Water/Around the World | Vocabulary
hot-waterbag
2: 9 (-s full of ice cubes) Orthography Objects | Domestics
hour
18: 152 (march of the -s) Capitalised Span | Time
hour-to-hour
14: 97 (data changing -) Orthography Span | Day
Hours
18: 152 Span | Time
house-wood
7: 43 Orthography Furniture | London
Household Milk
2*, first GR 3: 18 Food and Drinks | United Kingdom
how
18: 147 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
how do I know Doctor that I'll ever come back?
8: 50 Expression/Dictionary | The White Visitation
how does she know
9: 58 {- [...] so exactly what Roger meant to say?) Expression/Dictionary | Love
how true
13: 87 (-s) Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
how-dare-you
19: 159 Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Hrisoula
15: 119 Fictional Person | Balkan
hrrump, heh, heh
2: 11 Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
hubba hubba
15: 114 Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
human
12: 81 (- values) Property | Bodies
human-eyed
16: 133 (- sheep) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Humber
2*, first GR 4: 24 Cars | United Kingdom
Hungarian
12: 79 (- gypsy-whisper) Nationality | Hungary
Huntley & Palmers
14: 93 (a - biscuit tin) Brand | United Kingdom
I
2*, first GR 2: 11 (- know) Pronouns/Dictionary | Word Clusters
I don't know guv I must've blacked out when I come to she was gone it was burning all around me head was full of smoke . . .
8: 49 Expression/Dictionary | The White Visitation
I know there's coming together
19: 156 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
I only want to visit you
21: 176 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
I want a transfer
16: Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
I would coat all the booze-corroded stomachs of England
2: 7 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
I'll
16: 122 (- get arrested) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
I'm out of my depth in this . . . .
13: 91 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Iasi
2: 11 (they are of -, of Codreanu) City/Around the World | Romania
ic heb u liever dan ên everswin, | al waert van finen goude ghewracht
14: 108 Text/Texts | Middle Ages
ice-and-snow
5: 34 (- surfaces of bomb craters) Orthography Weather | London
ice-bearded
9: 58 (- trees) Orthography Weather | Nature
ice-colored
16: 134 (- candles) Orthography Description | Colours
ice-furrow
13: 87 (-s) Orthography Weather | Climate
ice-points
20: 170 (a million -) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
ice-skating
13: 91 Orthography Sport | United Kingdom
ICI
5: 36 Company | United Kingdom
Ick Regis
3*, first GR 8: 51 (- jetty) Location/Around the World | The White Visitation
icy noctiluca
17: 143 Rare Plants/Critters | Sea
ID card
16: 134 (that vaguely criminal face on your -) Document/Texts | World War II
"ideas of the opposite"
2*, first GR 8: 48 Concepts | Psychology
idiot-savant
14: 106 Language/Dictionary | French
If you cannot sing Siegfried at least you can carry a spear
14: 103 Expression/Dictionary | Theatre
IG Farben
3*, first GR 11: 71 Company | Third Reich
Ike
12: 74 Politician | United States
Ike jacket
4: 23 Uniform | US Army
ill-made
14: 110 Orthography Ill-series | Word Clusters
Ilse —
19: 154, 155, 156, 158, 160, 162, 163, 164 Characters | Peenemünde
Ilya
7: 42 Animals/Critters | London
image-gathering
14: 101 Orthography Activity | Vocabulary
impasto
1: 5 (all got scumbled together [...] to an -) Rare Technique | Painting
Imperial Chemical Industries
5: 35 (first two words) Company | United Kingdom
Imperial Intelligence
16: 135 (selling useful gossip to -) Agencies | Spying
IN basket
4: 20 Objects | Vocabulary
In Hoc Signo Vinces
14: 101 Expression/Dictionary | Latin
in reverse
13: 86 Events | Psychology
"in the cage"
14: 95 Location/Around the World | Kinderofen
in the sky right now
4: 29 Expression/Dictionary | Rockets
"incident"
4: 24 (V-bomb -) Events | Vocabulary
(incredulously)
10: 61 (Superior -) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
India-rubber
14: 101 (- cables) Material | Nature
Indian
3*, first GR 10: 63 (an - spirit plot), 67 (One -), 69, 70 Ethnicity/Around the World | United States
Indian
14: 104 Figures | The Netherlands
Indian Ocean
14: 109 (ocean not capitalised) Water/Around the World | Indian Ocean
Industrial Age
20: 172 Span | Economics
"Infant Albert"
13: 84 Experiment | Psychology
Infant T.
13: 84 (-'s erection) Description | Slothrop
Infant Tyrone
13: 84, 85 (famous -) Description | Slothrop
Injun
10: 69 (- smell) Insult | Slang
Insatiate Death
4: 27 Description | Death
Inside
17: 141 (Kevin Spectro did not differentiate as much as [Pointsman] between Outside and -, 144 (Pavlov showed how mirror-images - could be confused), 144 Concepts | Psychology
inside
5: 30 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
institutional-size
10: 66 (- lima-bean cans) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Instructions to Destroy
5: 34 Document/Texts | World War II
interface
12: 79 (-[...]the cortex of Dog Vanya’s brain) Concepts | Psychology
interference-pattern
16: 130 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
into it
13: 89 Direction | Psychology
intra-Allied
5: 34 (yet another of the thousand dodgy - surveillance schemes) Orthography Language/Dictionary | World War II
Invisible Hand
5: 30 (A market needed no longer be run by the -) Concepts | Economics
Irene
4: 23 Figures | Slothrop
Irish
2*, first GR 5: 32 (exact mischievous - grin) Nationality | Ireland
iron-rich
16: 131 (- glass) Orthography Description | Metallurgy
"irradiation"
2*, first GR 9: 55 Concepts | Psychology
is
7*, first GR 6: 39 (And the war, well, she - Roger’s mother) Verb: To Be/Dictionary | Word Clusters
isosceles
2: 9 (a great - knife) Rare Concepts | Mathematics
it
17: 143 (to give - their soft and open bellies) Capitalised Pronouns/Dictionary | Word Clusters
It was a giant Adenoid
2: 14 Expression/Dictionary | London
It'll be like this when I'm thirty
9: 59 Expression/Dictionary | Life
Italian
3*, first GR 14: 94 (the night the - came), 94 (the - 's whitening perfumed curls) Language/Dictionary | Italy
Ivan Petrovich Pavlov
6*, first GR 8: 48, 49 Last Name Scientist/Science | Psychology
Ivy
13: 91 (young Dr. Bleagh and his nurse -) Figures | Background
J. Peter Pitt
10: 65 Figures | Boston
ja, fickt es
19: 158 Expression/Dictionary | German
Jack
2*, first GR 2: 12 Fictional Person |
Jack Kennedy
2*, first GR 10: 65 (-, the ambassador's son) Politician | United States
jackal-ghost
14: 99 (-s) Orthography Animals/Critters | Mythology
Jaguar
3*, first GR 6: 38 (the vintage -), 39, 39 (Pointsman's -) Brand | Cars
Jamaican
16: 128 (a - corporal) Person from | Jamaica
Japanese
10: 69 (- silk) Nationality | Japan
Japs
10: 66 (being torpedoed by -) Insult | Japan
je ne sais quoi de sinistre
16: 124 Language/Dictionary | French
Jeez
15: 117 Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
Jennifer
4: 23 (-'s breasts) Figures | Slothrop
Jenny Greenteeth
18: 147 Figures | Mythology
Beaver
5*, first GR 15: 127 Last Name Characters | United Kingdom
Beaver
5*, first GR 5: 36 Last Name Characters | United Kingdom
Jerries
21: 175 (And the - are learning to fly) Nick Names | Germany
Jess
4*, first GR 6: 41 Nick Names | United Kingdom
Jessica Swanlake
10*, first GR 5: 30 (-, a young rosy girl in the uniform of an ATS private), 33, 37 Characters | United Kingdom
Jessie
2*, first GR 13: 91 (Oh -) Characters | London
Jesus
2*, first GR 4: 23 Historical Persons | Religion
Jesus Christ
6: 40 Person from | Christianity
Jesus College
3: 17 Higher Education | United Kingdom
Jew
20: 172 (the blacks and -s) Asia
Jewess
2*, first GR 19: 155 (token -), 156 Person from | Religion
Jewish
6*, first GR 5: 30 (Russian-- consonants) Ethnicity/Around the World | Religion
Jews
3*, first GR 14: 105 (- are negotiable), 105 Person from | Religion
Jezus Christ
5*, first GR 12: 82 Historical Persons | Christianity
Joaquin Stick
2*, first GR 2: 9 Characters | United Kingdom
Vermeer
14: 109 Last Name Painter/Visual Arts | The Netherlands
Johannesburg
6: 37 City/Around the World | South Africa
John B. Watson
13: 84, 86 (as Watson-Rayner experiment) Last Name Scientist/Science | United States
John Clemans Flanagan
12: 81 Last Name Scientist/Science | Psychology
John the Baptist
2*, first GR 2: 14 Figures | Bible
"Johnny Doughboy Found a Rose in Ireland"
3: 18 Song/Music | Ireland
Joliet
10: 61 City/Around the World | Illinois
jolly good and why not do it actually for us sometime at the Club
5: 33 Expression/Dictionary | United Kingdom
Jon Hall
16: 121 Actors/Film | United States
Judenschnautte
19: 156 Insult | Religion
Judgment
18: 152 (-, in the Tarot sense) Concepts | Tarot Cards
Judy
3: 19 Figures | Slothrop
Jungfrau
2*, first GR 2: 9 (a concrete scale model of the -) Mountains/Around the World | Switzerland
Junior Athenaeum
4: 21 London
Justus von Liebig
2*, first GR 19: 161 (- had been one of [Franz'] heroes, a hero of chemistry) Scientist/Science | Chemistry
K.P.D.
18: 153 Political Force | Germany
Kalahari
14: 99 Desert/Around the World | Namibia
Marx
19: 163 (- was [Jewish]) Last Name Philosopher | Germany
Kartell
20: 167 (the growing, organic -) Organisation | Economics
Katherine
3: 19 Figures | Background
Katinka
17: 139 Animals/Critters | The White Visitation
Katje —
14: 94, 95, 96, 97, 101, 102, 104, 105, 107, 108 Characters | Counterforce
Kazoo Quartet in G-Flat Minor
12: 76 Composition/Music | Music
keen-shadowed
18: 150 (the - turbans of velvet and feathering eye-lashes beneath) Orthography Description | Vocabulary
Keith
21: 176 (Is this really -, [Penelope's] father?) Figures | United Kingdom
Kenosha
2*, first GR 10: 60 City/Around the World | Wisconsin
Kenosha Kid
3*, first GR 10: 60, 61, 71 Description | Slothrop
Kent
16: 127 (driving Somewhere in -) Counties/Around the World | United Kingdom
Kenya
7: 44 (this isn't - or something) Countries/Around the World | Africa
Kid
10: 61 (the -'s attention), 71 Description | Slothrop
Kilroy
4: 27 (eyes peeking --style) Figures | Mythology
Kim
21: 177 (-, an alarmingly fat crosseyed Siamese) Animals/Critters | Background
King
3*, first GR 15: 119 (- [Yrjö]) Royalty | Politics
King Tiger
13: 91 Device | Third Reich
King's Evil
15: 119 Illness | Medicine
Kingdom
2*, first GR 16: 136 (no announcement of the -) Concepts | Christianity
Kingdom-of-Deathward
10: 67 Process | The Zone
Kings Road
12: 80 Street/Around the World | London
Kingston
16: 129 (palmy -) City/Around the World | Jamaica
King’s Evil
15: 119 State/Around the World | Health
Kinos
19: 155 Entertaiment | Movies
Kipling Period
2: 13 ([Pirate's] Events | Life
kleinbürger
19: 162 (- houses beside the Trave) Expression/Dictionary | German
knife-edged
8: 47 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Knightsbridge
20: 167 Street/Around the World | London
knotting into
1: 3 (this is not a disentanglement from, but a progressive -) Process | The Zone
know . . . that . . .
17: 137 (you -) Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
known
20: 173 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Koltushy Institute
12: 75 Organisation | Russia
"Kreis"
18: 152 Language/Dictionary | German
Kreml
3: 18 (an empty - hair tonic bottle) Hair | Bodies
Krupp
19: 166 Company | Germany
Kruppingham-Jones
2: 12 Fictional Person | Song
"Kryptosam"
11: 71 Compound | Chemistry
Kurt Mondaugen
2*, first GR 19: 161 ([Franz] looked up and saw -) Characters | Germany
Kyprinos Orients
9: 55 Brand | Tobacco
L-5227
19: 163, 164 (L standing for light, another comical German euphemism) Device | IG Farben
La Bohème
16: 132 Composition/Music | Music
La Bohème Student
19: 155 (Rudi [...] token -) Description | Music
laboratory
8: 49 Device | Psychology
lady’s-slipper
20: 169 Orthography Plants/Critters | Nature
Lafitte Rothschild
15: 116 Wine/Drinking | France
Lagonda
2: 11 (a dented green -) Motor Cycle | United Kingdom
lament
14: 98 Capitalised Emotion | Bodies
Lancashire
18: 147 Counties/Around the World | United Kingdom
Lancasters
17: 136 (Mosquitoes and -) Planes | United Kingdom
land-scaped
2: 13 (a - rim of cypresses) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
lapel-swastika
19: 163 (a silver -) Orthography Symbol | Third Reich
Laredo
10: 61 (the - lamb) City/Around the World | Texas
Larson-Keeler
13: 84 (- three-variable "lie detector,") Device | Psychology
Last Fling
5: 36 Rare Description | Love
Laszlo Jamf
6*, first GR 8: 48 ([Slothrop...] one of -'s subjects) Characters | Slothrop
latent in the city
16: 125 (does the flight of the rocket actually follow from the fated eruption, -) Description | Rockets
Later, when you're older, you'll know
17: 141 Expression/Dictionary | The White Visitation
lathe-humming
18: 146 (- Midlands accents) Rare Description | United Kingdom
Latin
2*, first GR 16: 129 Language/Dictionary | Latin
laudanum
10: 69 Stimulants | Drugs
launch-control car
14: 100 Orthography Transport | Rockets
laundry-white
16: 127 Orthography Description | Colours
Law of Negative Induction
9: 56 Theorem | Psychology
lead-crossed
12: 80 (- windows) Orthography Style | Architecture
League
14: 107 (-s) Authorities | The Zone
leather-coated
19: 158 (- photogaphers) Orthography Description | Fabric
leather-keen
10: 69 Orthography Flavour | Sex
Lee
5: 29 Location/Around the World | Massachusetts
leek
2*, first GR 20: 169 Plants/Critters | Nature
Left
19: 158 (The - will run a woman whose name is never given, but everyone understands it is Rosa Luxemburg) Political Force | Labour
Leftists
19: 163 (Why are half the - she knows Jewish?) Activists | Labour
Leni Pökler
2*, first GR 18: 153 ([Sachsa's] obsessive love for -), 154 Characters | Germany
"Lenin"
19: 162 (Franz, in play, often called [Leni] -) Politician | Russia
Lenox
4: 28, 29 Location/Around the World | Massachusetts
lens-opening
14: 92 Orthography Span | Photography
Lessie
7: 44 (You vere ekshpecting maybe -?) Animals/Critters | London
let-go
16: 120 Orthography Gesture | Bodies
letter-feud
12: 80 (-s) Orthography Act | Vocabulary
level
18: 148 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Lewis-style
14: 107 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Liberty
16: 135 (-'s wispy gown) Monument | New York City
"lie-detector"
13: 84 Device | Psychology
Liebchen
14: 101 Expression/Dictionary | German
Liebigstrasse
19: 161 Street/Around the World | Munich
Lieutenant
17: 144 (- Slothrop) Rank | Armies
Lieutenant Siegfried Sassoon
12: 79 (no first name; -'s refusal to fight) Poet/Texts | World War I
Lieutenant Weissmann
18: 152 (-, recently back from South-West Africa) Characters | The Zone
Life
3*, first GR 14: 110 (- on Mauritius) Capitalised Process | Nature
life-and-death
16: 132 Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
light
4: 29 (But what -s were these? What ghosts in command? Capitalised Phenomenon | Light
light-trick
6: 37 Orthography Description | Light
lightning
15: 119 (That -) Phenomenon | Nature
like
9: 59 (what was it -?) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
"like a noose"
12: 76 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
like my own small luminary
14: 108 Text/Texts | Mauritius
lima-bean
10: 66 (institutional-size - cans) Orthography Food and Drinks | Mexico
lime-green
2: 12 Orthography Description | Colours
Linda
16: 134 Fictional Person | Song
"Lindy"
10: 60 Dance | Interbellum
lindy-hop
4: 22 (a -ping girl) Orthography Dance | United States
lip-worn
10: 63 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Bodies
liquid-oxygen
14: 97 Orthography Compound | Rockets
liquid-oxygen
14: 100 Orthography Compound | Rockets
literal-minded
18: 151 (- dragon) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Little State
14: 99 Description | Kinderofen
little-kid-size
15: 114 (- Enfields) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
liver-gray
17: 142 Orthography Description | Colours
liver-spotted
12: 80 Orthography Property | Bodies
Lloyd George
18: 145 Politician | United Kingdom
lndo-China
16: 132 (the prisoners are back from -) Region/Around the World | Asia
logged-off
4: 28 (- hillsides) Orthography Landscape/Around the World | Nature
Lola
16: 128 (O have you seen my darlin’ -, with a shape like a bottle of Coca-Cola) Figures | Background
London
15*, first GR 1: 4 City/Around the World | United Kingdom
London Propaganda Coordinating Council
12: 76 Organisation | London
London Times
2*, first GR 12: 80 (w/o London) Paper/Texts | London
Long Run
2: 14 (the Firm is patient, committed to the - as They are) Process | Them
long-gathered
7: 43 (- nest) Orthography Long-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
long-lost
9: 53 (- dogs) Orthography Long-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
long-routinised
17: 142 Orthography Long-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
long-running
2: 13 (a - fantasy) Orthography Long-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
long-time
16: 131 (a - schiz) Long-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
look
15: 117 (-s) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
look out Jackson
4: 21 Rare Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
look-out-not-me
19: 159 Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
looked at him
14: 103 Expression/Dictionary | Sex
Loom of God
4: 27 Concepts | Christianity
Lord Blatherard Osmo
2*, first GR 2: 14, 15, 16 Figures | London
Lord of the Night
2*, first GR 8: 48 (Abreactions of -), 49 (-'s children) Symbol | London
Lord of the Sea
12: 73 Deity/Religion | Mythology
Lorraine
3: 19 Figures | Slothrop
lorry-park
2*, first GR 16: 126 (-s) Orthography Constructions | Transportation
Los Madres
10: 69 Mountains/Around the World | Mexico
Lost Tribes of Israel
20: 170 (the Welsh, the Welsh once upon a time were Jewish too? one of the -) Concepts | Religion
loud-mouthed
4: 22 Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Love
19: 157 (French girls [...] remote agents of -) Events | Life
love
2*, first GR 4: 26 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
love-in-idleness
4: 22 Orthography Emotion | Sex
low-slung
10: 65 (- hat) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Lower Beeding
16: 122 Location/Around the World | United Kingdom
Lt. Isaiah Slothrop
4: 27 Figures | Slothrop
Lt. Oliver Mucker-Maffick
2*, first GR 3: 17 (with nick name) Characters | The Zone
Lt. Tyrone Slothrop
15*, first GR 3: 18 (an American colleague, -) Characters | Slothrop
Lübeck
2*, first GR 18: 146 (the - raid), 151 City/Around the World | Germany
Lublin Communists
5: 34 Activists | Poland
Lucky Strike
4: 20 (-s) Brand | Tobacco
Luftwaffe
4*, first GR 4: 21, 25 (not that -) Organisation | Third Reich
lumber-room
16: 133 Rare Room | Houses
Luton Hoo
20: 169 (-, Bedfordshire) Location/Around the World | United Kingdom
Lysol
10: 64 Brand | Hygiene
M.K. Petrova
8: 49 Scientist/Science | Psychology
M.O.
12: 76 (Father [Pointsman] was -) Rank | United Kingdom
macaronic
16: 129 (a German - from the fifteenth century, attributed to Heinrich Suso) Rare Genre | Music
machine-sewn
12: 79 Orthography Process | Mechanics
mad-scientist
20: 169 (- concoctions) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Madame
14: 95 (- [Ophir]) Titles/Texts |
Mag
16: 127 (Got a fag, -?) Figures | Background
Maggie Dunkirk
16: 127 Figures | Background
Magna Carta
16: 125 Document/Texts | United Kingdom
maisonette
2*, first GR 2: 9 Architecture | United Kingdom
Major-General
5: 33 Rank | Armies
make-up
5*, first GR 5: 35 (no -) Orthography Act | Bodies
making
2*, first GR 13: 87 (What if Slothrop’s [...] - [the rockets] fall where they do?) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Malcolm
10: 64 (Slip the talcum to me, -), 64 (Red -), 65, 67 (Red -) Historical Persons | United States
male supremacy
19: 155 Expression/Dictionary | Sex
man
10: 64 (the -'s lullabies) Capitalised Description | Music
man-morning
16: 130 (somber -s made tolerable) Orthography Span | Day
managing
2: 12 ([Pirate] - [other people's fantasies]) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
mano morto
16: 132 Expression/Dictionary | Italian
mansarde
19: 161 (the same drafty mansarde in the Liebigstrasse in Munich) Constructions | France
Manual
14: 105 (Written down in the -, on file at the War Department) Text/Texts | World War II
many-paned
12: 78 (- windows) Orthography Style | Architecture
March
4: 26 (- ye 4th 1766) Span | Month
Märchen
14: 94 Text/Texts | Mythology
Märchen und Sagen
14: 97 Text/Texts | Mythology
Margaret Quartertone
18: 146, 149 Figures | The White Visitation
Margot Asquith
12: 78 Historical Persons | United Kingdom
Maria
3: 18 (-s) Figures | Slothrop
Maria Montez
16: 121 Actresses/Film | Carribean
Marjorie
4: 22, 25 Figures | Slothrop
Mark III Stens
4: 20 Device | Weapon
market-smell
10: 70 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Marmalade Surprises
15: 116 Candy | London
mashed bananas
2: 10 Food and Drinks | London
Masonic
4: 27 (- emblems) Person from | Esoterism
(Mass.)
13: 83 State/Around the World | United States
Massachusetts
3: 18 State/Around the World | United States
Massachusetts Avenue
10: 64 Street/Around the World | Boston
Master
2*, first GR 8: 49 (Praying to their -) Title: Person | Bodies
master plan
2: 14 Ideas | Mind
Maud Chilkes
4*, first GR 12: 78 Figures | The White Visitation
Maurice Reed
2: 9 (with nick name between first and last name) Characters | United Kingdom
Mauritius
14: 108, 110 Island/Around the World | Indian Ocean
Mausigstrasse
19: 156 Fictional Location/Around the World | Berlin
mauve-Perkin-Ganister line
19: 166 Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Chemistry
Max Schlepzig
19: 160 (some happy - film fantasy) Characters | Slothrop
May wine
19: 157 Wine/Drinking | Germany
Mayfair
2*, first GR 2: 15 Borough | London
Mayfair Hotel
16: 121 Hotel | London
ME
18: 151 (Jumped by a skyful of -s and no way out) Planes | Third Reich
mean
9: 59 (which war you -) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
mean-girl's smile
16: 122 Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Bodies
meant to go down first
20: 173 (the people out here were -) Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
meat-pink
16: 133 Orthography Description | Colours
Mediterranean
14: 102 (- streets) Water/Around the World | Europe
Mediterranean
14: 102 (chalky walls of - streets) Water/Around the World | Europe
Meggezone
15: 118 (that least believable of English coughdrops, the -), 118 (- still lingers) Candy | United Kingdom
Meillerwagen
14: 113 Transport | Rockets
melanin
11: 71 (-, or skin pigment) Structure | Bodies
Meloids for a Mellow Voice
3: 17 Candy | London
melted-toffee
12: 74 (- voice) Orthography Candy | Bodies
memento-mori
4: 25 Expression/Dictionary | Latin
Memories of Brighton
12: 79 (the machine-sewn legend of -) Text/Texts | United Kingdom
Memory
2*, first GR 4: 26 (In - of) Language/Dictionary | Life
Mendoza
14: 107 (carrying the bloody -) Device | Weapon
mercy
10: 63 Events | Religion
merkin
14: 95 ([Blicero] wears a fa;se cunt and - from sable) Device | Sex
Merseyside Labour branch
16: 125 Activists | United Kingdom
Messiah
2*, first GR 2: 14 (a - one has quite recognized yet) Concepts | Religion
mestiza
10: 70 (One - [Indian]) Insult | Spanish
meta-solution
14: 102 (-s) Orthography Concepts | Kinderofen
metal-gray
19: 158 (- but soft as latex) Orthography Description | Colours
Methodist
12: 82 (- versions of Christ’s kingdom) Flavour | Christianity
Mexican
10: 70 (- ladies) Nationality | Mexico
Mexican Mauser
14: 107 Device | Weapon
Mexico
10: 69 (into the blank furnace of the wild -) Countries/Around the World | Middle America
miasma
2: 9 (-ta of foul breath) Rare Theory | Medicine
Michael
9: 53 ([Jessica's] panda -) Objects | London
Michaelmas
15: 115 (last -) Calendar | Christianity
mid-convulsion
14: 96 Orthography Process | Rockets
Middle Dutch
14: 108 ([Katje's] ancestors sang, in -, [...]) Language/Dictionary | The Netherlands
middle-class
19: 163 Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
midget
16: 123 (-s) Description | Bodies
Midland accents
18: 146 Language/Dictionary | United Kingdom
milky-white
18: 150 Orthography Description | Colours
Mills bomb
15: 118 Device | Weapon
Mills-type hand grenade
15: 117 (an exact quarter-scale replica of a -), 118 Device | Weapon
Milton Gloaming
4*, first GR 5: 31 Figures | The White Visitation
mimic
20: 172 (an actor, a fantastic -) Technique | Theatre
mind
10: 63 Body Part | Bodies
mind-boggling
10: 66 Orthography Emotion | Bodies
mind-to-mind
2*, first GR 9: 58 (they believe in survival after death, communication -, prophesying, clairvoyance, teleportation) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
mine
2*, first GR 4: 21 Pronouns/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Mingeborough
4: 26 (-, Massachusets) Fictional Location/Around the World | Massachusetts
Ministry
6: 41 (the -'s list) Organisation | Politics
Ministry of Economic Warfare
12: 76 Authorities | United Kingdom
Ministry of Information
12: 76 Authorities | United Kingdom
Ministry of Supply
15: 116 Authorities | United Kingdom
Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory
12: 81 (For example: [Slothrop's] Minneso-ta, Mul-tipha-sic Personality Inventory is tremen-dously lopsi-ded, always in fa-vor of, the psycho-pathic, and, the unwhole-some) Process | Psychology
Minnesota Multiphasic shit
4: 21 Process | Psychology
Minor employee
10: 60 Figures | Background
Minotaur
2*, first GR 13: 88 Figures | Mythology
minute-hand
16: 133 (-s) Orthography Device | Time
Mipolam
14: 95 (synthetic rubber and -, the new polyvinyl chloride) Plastics | Chemistry
Miraculous Medal
16: 135 Award | United States
mirror-glass
5: 34 Orthography Alloy | Chemistry
mirror-metaphysics
14: 101 Orthography Concepts | Philosophy
mirrot-image
17: 144 Orthography Device | Light
Miss
2: 9 (- Grable) Titles/Texts |
Mitchell Prettyplace
14: 113 (noted film critic -) Figures | Background
Mme. Ophir
14: 95 Figures | Berlin
MMPl
3*, first GR 4: 21 Process | Psychology
mock-angel
16: 135 (this - singing) Orthography Figures | Christianity
mocking ass
7: 43 Insult | Vocabulary
moiré
14: 104 (black -) Clothing | Fabric
Molotov cocktails
14: 113 Device | Weapon
Mom
2*, first GR 10: 64 Functions | Family
Moment
4: 26 (The - was 6:43:16 British Double Summer Time) Events | Rockets
Mongoloid
2: 13 Description | Asia
Monte Carlo Fallacy
9: 56 Gambling | Statistics
Montenegran
2: 14 Nationality | Balkan
Montrachet
9: 59 (bottle of -) Wine/Drinking | France
Morrison
4: 24 (a little girl, half-suffocated under a - shelter) Brand | London
Moslem
2: 14 (- faith) Person from | Religion
Mosquitoes
2*, first GR 17: 136 (- and Lancasters) Planes | United Kingdom
most secret
2*, first GR 1: 6 (This is the new, and still -, German rocket bomb) Capitalised Description | Espionage
Mother
5*, first GR 3: 17 ([Teddy Bloat's] -) Functions | Family
Mother City
12: 76 Description | London
Mother Continent
20: 173 Description | Europe
mouth-breather
16: 124 (saliva, tooth-tartar, -'s morning fur) Orthography Senses | Vocabulary
mouth-breathing
17: 136 Orthography Description | Bodies
mouth-sucking
10: 68 Orthography Activity | Bodies
mouth-up
16: 122 Gesture | Bodies
Moxie
10: 63 (half a bottle of -) Drink/Drinking | United States
Mr. Tyrone Guthrie
18: 148 Entertaiment | London
Mrs. Nussbaum
7: 44 Figures | Radio
Mrs. Quoad
15: 115, 116, 117, 118, 119 Characters | London
Mrs. Simpson
21: 177 (- pinched the King) Royalty | United Kingdom
Mrs. Snade
20: 169 Figures | Background
MTA subway
10: 66 (an - train) Transport | Boston
Muharraq
5: 35 Island/Around the World | Middle East
mullion
2: 10 (new sunlight [...] between the -s) Rare Architecture | United Kingdom
mullioned
1: 4 (- windows) Rare Architecture | United Kingdom
multi-leveled
19: 158 (a - early evening) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
multiple
5: 34 Span | Vocabulary
Mummy, what's
9: 59 Exclamation/Dictionary | Family
Munchkin
10: 63 Figures | Movies
Munich
19: 161 City/Around the World | Germany
mush-spattered
16: 132 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
must
3*, first GR 13: 86 (But the stimulus, somehow, - be the rocket) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Mutti
14: 103 (What a story to tell at mess, to write to -) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Mutti and Papi
19: 160 Functions | Family
my
2*, first GR 2: 11 (- friends), 11 (- mail) Pronouns/Dictionary | Word Clusters
Myron Grunton
4*, first GR 12: 74, 75 Entertaiment | Radio
Mysterious Microfilm Drill
5: 32 Process | London
Mystery Stimulus
2*, first GR 13: 84 Process | Psychology
n
3*, first GR 5: 32 (the frequency of a word P sub -) Number | Mathematics
NAAFI
2*, first GR 5: 35 (a - canteen) Organisation | United States
nacelle
13: 87 (The shadows softly feather lighter up around curves of fuselage or -.) Rare Alloy | Metallurgy
nacre
16: 134 (the beaches beneath the - fog) Rare Description | Colours
nacreous
11: 72 (the - film of [Pirate's] seed) Rare Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
nail-bitten
9: 56 Orthography Description | Bodies
Nalline —
2*, first GR 3: 18 (Thayer's Slippery Elm Throat Lozenges, sent by -, Slothrop's mother) Characters | Slothrop
name
2*, first GR 2: 14 (in the - of what he is) Capitalised Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Namib
14: 99 Location/Around the World | Namibia
Nancy —
21: 177 (Jessica’s sister -) Figures | Background
naphtpha
1: 3 (- winters) Rare Fuel | Energy
narodnik
2: 11 Description | Russia
Natasha
17: 139 Animals/Critters | The White Visitation
Nathan of Gaza
2: 14 Writer/Texts | Middle East
nation-wide
10: 61 (- observance) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
National Research Council
13: 84, 85, 86 Organisation | United States
National-Christian Defense League
2: 11 (as League) Organisation | Romania
Nativity
16: 134 Events | Christianity
Navaho
10: 70 (One -.) Ethnicity/Around the World | United States
Nazi
3*, first GR 17: 142 Person from | Third Reich
Nazi Germany
4: 25 Description | Third Reich
Nazis in the News
16: 125 (an ad only Wednesday in the classified section of -) Journal/Texts | United Kingdom
Ndjambi Karunga
14: 100 (- [...] the Herero name of God) Deity/Religion | Herero
Ne-m(1+m+m2/2!+m3/3!+ . . .+mn-1/(n-1)!)
17: 140 (this power series -) Formula/Science | Mathematics
near-empty
1: 4 (empty or -) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Word Clusters
Ned Pointsman
4*, first GR 12: 76, 78 Characters | The White Visitation
Negro
3*, first GR 10: 63 (Red, the - shoeshine boy), 64, 65 (- shit), 67 (a - dingleberry) Insult | United States
Negro-brown
11: 72 Orthography Description | Colours
Negroes
2*, first GR 5: 32 ([the Firm will use] murderers, perverts, -es, even women) Insult | United States
Neil Nosepicker's Book of 50.000 Insults
13: 83 Book Title/Texts | Mock-historical
Neukölln
18: 152 (a street action in -) Borough | Berlin
never
2*, first GR 8: 48 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
New Baby
16: 133 (The plaster baby [...] is the -) Person from | Religion
New Chaps
12: 77 London
New Dealers
12: 77 (- of OWI) Person from | Interbellum
New Mexico
10: 68 State/Around the World | United States
New World
13: 85 (like the -, different people thought they’d discovered different things) Description | United States
New York
3*, first GR 4: 28 State/Around the World | United States
newly-dead
14: 97 (the - youth) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
News of the World
3: 18 Paper/Texts | London
Newton Upper Falls
10: 70 Location/Around the World | Massachusetts
Next Idea
16: 124 Capitalised Concepts | The White Visitation
next-to-last
16: 133 (- steps) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Nibelungen
19: 159 ([Franz] fell asleep during -) Film Title/Film | Germany
nicht wahr
14: 99 (-?) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
"nigger"
14: 94 (a rich cocoa shade known as - in [the UK]) Description | Fabric
Night's Mad Carnival
16: 133 Events | Light
night-dusted
15: 115 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
night-flower
14: 99 Orthography Description | Namibia
night-lawn
17: 137 (broad -s, towered over by ancient walnut trees, [...]) Orthography Landscape/Around the World | Vocabulary
night-long
8: 51 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
night-rampage
14: 109 (-s) Orthography Events | Violence
night-thought
6: 40 (-s for the Fire Service) Orthography Ideas | Life
Nihilist
12: 72 (a simple - transposition) Activists | Philosophy
Nikolai
7: 42 Animals/Critters | London
Nikolai
17: 139 Animals/Critters | The White Visitation
nip-waisted
5: 37 (- overcoats) Orthography Clothing | Bodies
no
2*, first GR 2: 15 (oh, -) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
No Jitterbug Dancing
4: 22 Text/Texts | London
no one's ever done it before
19: 162 Expression/Dictionary | Rockets
no please you're not going to use that great Hose on me . . . oh no . . . aren't you ever going to take off those horrid rubber boots . . . yesyes that's—
6: 40 Expression/Dictionary | Sex
Noel Coward
16: 134 (Mr. -) Composer/Music | United Kingdom
Nonacceptable Songs
16: 132 (the Post Office is considering issuing a list of -, with ukulele chords as an aid to ready identification) Song/Music | Music
Nora Dodson-Truck
2*, first GR 18: 145, 146 Characters | United Kingdom
Norden device
18: 151 (the fussy -) Device | World War II
Nordic
14: 101 (Rilke’s mountainside gentian of - colors) Direction | Germany
Norma
4: 22, 25 Figures | Slothrop
normal-adult
18: 146 (- [EEG levels]) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
normal-looking
18: 146 (a - lad) Orthography Description | Characterisation
Norman
16: 127 (through the - doorway shaggy with wintering vines) Style | Architecture
Normandy
2*, first GR 12: 75 (by the time of the - landing) Region/Around the World | France
normative
7: 44 Concepts | Psychology
Norrmalm
17: 141 Borough | Stockholm
North
2*, first GR 5: 29 (ghosts of the -) Direction | Planet Earth
North Africa
14: 112 Region/Around the World | Africa
North America
14: 110 (the wild turkey of -) Region/Around the World | Continent
North Sea
3*, first GR 1: 6 ([the rocket] must be somewhere out over the -) Water/Around the World | Europe
north-without-end
20: 167 Orthography Direction | Death
Northern
6*, first GR 3: 17 Direction | Planet Earth
Northern Lights
5: 29 Phenomenon | Nature
Norwegian
10: 69 Nationality | Europe
nose
2: 15 Body Part | Bodies
nose-picking
8: 50 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
not
17: 140 (Why - renounce the Book then Ned) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
not-something
9: 55 (- to something) Orthography Concepts | Statistics
nothing
4: 24 (the powdery wipe of -'s hand) Capitalised Concepts | Physics
Novi Pazar
2: 14 (the - desk at the Foreign Office), 15 (in a song: To the sanjak of No-vi Pa-zar!), 16 City/Around the World | Balkan
now
12: 77 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
NRC
13: 84 Organisation | United States
NSB
14: 95 (-credentials) Fascism | The Netherlands
Nugget
3: 18 (- shoe polish) Brand | United States
number
16: 135 (give everybody a -) Algebra/Science | Mathematics
Nutria
6: 38 (dear old -) Nick Names | London
nylon-repair
16: 126 (- kits) Orthography Clothing | World War II
O.K.
2*, first GR 2: 14 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
O.V.H.
10: 60 Concepts | Life
oath
2: 11 (they have -) Gesture | Ethics
oboy
16: 124 (oh. -) Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
Occasion
19: 163 (Wines on the tables are the great '20s and '21s. Schloss Vollrads, Zeltinger, Piesporter [...]it is an -.) Events | Life
October
2*, first GR 4: 28 (- rain) Span | Month
October
19: 155 (no German -) Events | Russia
Off Limits
4: 22 Text/Texts | London
oh
3*, first GR 16: 122 (going -, -) Doubting/Dictionary | Interjection
Oh fuck
4: 20 Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
oh gosh
9: 58 (Jessica sighing -) Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
OKW
2*, first GR 11: 71 Organisation | Third Reich
Olaf
10: 69 (the taut and noble musculature of sturdy -, our blond Northern cousin) Symbol | Europe
Old City
17: 141 Borough | Stockholm
Old Testament
12: 78 Text/Texts | Bible
Old veteran hoofer
10: 60 Concepts | Life
old-fashioned
4*, first GR 10: 63 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Time
old-people
16: 133 (cheap -'s swaddling) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
olive-drab
15: 118 (- T-shirt) Orthography Description | Colours
olive-grove
16: 134 Orthography Structure | Nature
omuhona
14: 100, 101 Language/Dictionary | Herero
on every one, right?
4: 25 Expression/Dictionary | Rockets
on-the-spot-in-the-field
13: 84 Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Psychology
on-whitening
8: 50 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
one-of-each rule
10: 69 Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Only One Of It
one-up
4: 24 (to - that lot) Orthography Act | Spying
Oneirine
19: 166 (then the discovery of -) Stimulants | Drugs
only
13: 84 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
ooh
16: 133 (-s) Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
open-eyed
2: 13 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
open-ribbed
18: 149 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
open-slat
14: 104 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Operation Black Wing
4*, first GR 5: 34, 35 Activity | The White Visitation
'operational paranoia'
4: 25 (Call it - or something) Expression/Dictionary | Them
'opposite'
5: 32 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
orange-gray
14: 93 (- fungus) Orthography Description | Colours
Orient Express
2: 15 (as O-ri-ent Express) Orthography Transport | Europe
Oriental
2*, first GR 2: 13 (- sore rampant among the troops), 13 (- episode) Description | Asia
orthodox-Pavlovian
17: 141 Orthography Concepts | Psychology
Osbie Feel
4*, first GR 2: 8 (young -), 9 Characters | United Kingdom
OSS
12: 76, 77 Agencies | United States
other
12: 85 (sexual -) Capitalised Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
'other angle'
13: 89 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Other Chap
5: 36 (the - [...] Beaver) Functions | Love
Other World
6: 40 Capitalised Concepts | Esoterism
ottoman
2: 10 (-s) Objects | Furniture
Ottoman
2: 16 (- rump) Description | Ottoman Empire
oude genever
14: 104 Liquor/Drinking | The Netherlands
ought
13: 85 (you - to be moving) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Ouija-board
5: 32 (one or two - episodes) Orthography Device | Esoterism
our
19: 166 (- IG) Pronouns/Dictionary | Word Clusters
our side
12: 74 Capitalised Language/Dictionary | World War II
Ouspenskian
5: 30 (More - nonsense) Person from | Esoterism
Ouspenskians
12: 77 Esoterism
out
20: 168 (jokes - of the mainstream) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
out of it
8: 48 Direction | Vocabulary
out-one-day
2: 12 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Outer Level
18: 148 Concepts | The White Visitation
Outer Radiance
18: 148 (a peep into the -), 150 Concepts | The White Visitation
Outside
17: 141, 144 Concepts | Psychology
outside
2: 13 (- his first episode -any condition of known sleep) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
'outside forces'
5: 30 Concepts | Esoterism
Oven
2*, first GR 14: 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 103, 106 (--game) Device | Mythology
Oven-game
14: 102 Orthography Activity | Kinderofen
Oven-state
14: 102 Concepts | Kinderofen
OWI
12: 76, 77, 78 Agencies | United States
own
20: 173 (my - map) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Oxford
3: 17 City/Around the World | United Kingdom
Oxford Street
2*, first GR 3: 17 Street/Around the World | London
P
5: 32 (the frequency of a word - sub n) Characters | Alphabet
P.M.S. Blackett
2: 12 Scientist/Science | United Kingdom
P.R.S.
13: 89 (- categories) Organisation | Psychology
P.W.E.
3*, first GR 4: 21 (- Testing Programme) Organisation | World War II
P/W
2*, first GR 12: 74 (- interrogations) Person from | World War II
Packard
6: 40 Brand | Cars
padre
2*, first GR 12: 81 (No way, -) Functions | Christianity
Padre Ignacio
14: 94 Text/Texts | United States
pain-voice
8: 49 (-s) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
pain-wish
19: 156 (-es) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Painland
14: 99 (the new stars of -) Description | Namibia
Palladian
2*, first GR 12: 72 Style | Architecture
Palm Sunday
18: 151 Events | Religion
panda-pattern
10: 71 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
pants-leg
16: 129 Orthography Clothing | Vocabulary
"paradoxical"
3*, first GR 8: 48 Concepts | Psychology
parapet
1: 6 Constructions | Architecture
pard
10: 68, 69 Rare Language/Dictionary | Slang
pardner
10: 69 (-s) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Slang
Paris
12: 74 (the fall of -) City/Around the World | France
Parisian
21: 177 Person from | Paris
part of them both
17: 142 (the cortex as an interface organ, mediating between [Inside and Outside], but -) Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Party
14: 97 ([NSB] -) Politics
Passchendaele
12: 79 (the whole - horror) Location/Around the World | Belgium
passing-over
14: 110 (Is that a choosing, or is it a -?) Orthography Concepts | Christianity
Pavel Sergevich
17: 139 Figures | The White Visitation
Pavlovian
8*, first GR 5: 35 Science/Science | Psychology
Pavlovian Cement
12: 78 (traditional orange - of rosin, iron oxide and beeswax) Alloy | Psychology
Pavlovian's Progress
20: 169 Process | Psychology
Pearl Harbor
10: 67 (a - every morning) Events | World War II
pearl-colored
19: 158 (- frock) Orthography Description | Colours
pearl-grown
9: 58 (- [balloons]) Orthography Description | London
peau de soie
16: 131 (blurred flesh-colors across the -) Description | Fabric
Peenemünde
18: 151 City/Around the World | Germany
pencil-smeared
4: 24 ([Slothrop's] buck slip) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Penelope
21: 174, 175 Figures | Slothrop
peppermint-stick
9: 58 Orthography Description | Nature
pepsin-flavored
15: 118 Orthography Candy | Vocabulary
perhaps
13: 90 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Persian Gulf
5: 36 Water/Around the World | Asia
persimmon-colored
14: 93 (- mushroom cup) Orthography Description | Colours
persist
20: 170 (How they -) Activity | Bodies
persuasions-in-exile
12: 80 Orthography The White Visitation
Peter Sachsa
6*, first GR 5: 31 Characters | Esoterism
petit-four
15: 117 (a cherry-quinine -) Food and Drinks | French
pew-seat
12: 80 Orthography Objects | Furniture
Pflaumbaum
19: 159 (the Jewish wolf -), 160 Figures | Germany
phaeton
2: 15 (-s) Device | Transportation
Philadelphia
10: 61 City/Around the World | Pennsylvania
Pie
14: 105 Description | Them
Janet
4*, first GR 8: 49 Last Name Scientist/Science | Psychology
Piesporter
19: 163 Wine/Drinking | Germany
Piet
14: 104 Figures | The Netherlands
piles
16: 133 Capitalised Illness | Bodies
pillbox
13: 91 (a - covered with netting and sod) Rare Constructions | World War II
pin-up girl
3: 18 Orthography Image | Sex
pince-nez
18: 146 Device | French
Piotr
17: 139 Animals/Critters | The White Visitation
Pipe
2*, first GR 7: 43 Device | Tobacco
"Pirate"
9*, first GR 1: 5 Nick Names | United Kingdom
Pirate's Condition
2: 11 (here comes - creeping over him again) Description |
Piratical
5: 35 (- fantasies) Description |
Piscean
19: 154 ([Leni's - husband [Franz]) Constellation | Astrology
PISCES
5*, first GR 5: 34 Organisation | The White Visitation
Pisces
21: 174 Constellation | Astrology
piss-swollen
16: 136 Orthography Description | Bodies
pitch-and-roll
20: 170 Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Pittsfield
5: 29 Location/Around the World | Massachusetts
PK
13: 87 (= psychokinesis) Concepts | Esoterism
Plass[e]y
12: 82 Location/Around the World | India
platano
10: 70 (-s) Plants/Critters | Spanish
play
16: 132 (no -, for God's sake, about life-and-death) Activity | Life
Plongette
16: 129 Figures | Background
PLOP
10: 63 (- goes the harp) Sound | Slothrop
plot
2*, first GR 8: 48 ([Pudding] -s) Act | Life
'point of pathological inertia'
13: 90 Concepts | Psychology
poison-green
18: 151 (- domes) Orthography Description | Colours
Poisson
17: 140 (this - dispensation) Formula/Science | Mathematics
Polack
10: 68 (- in grey caps) Insult | Poland
Poland
12: 73 (the defeat of -) Countries/Around the World | Europe
Political Intelligence Department
12: 76 Agencies | United Kingdom
Political Warfare Executive
2*, first GR 4: 21 Organisation | World War II
polka-dot
19: 160 (-s) Orthography Pattern | Chemistry
Polygon Wood
12: 76 (shrapnel in the thigh at -), 76 Area | World War I
pomegranates
12: 80 Food and Drinks | Nature
Pop
4: 29 Functions | Family
Portobello Road
14: 107 Street/Around the World | London
Post Office
16: 132 Authorities | United Kingdom
post-mortem
19: 162 (a jubilant and grandiose - on the rocket test) Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Latin
Postwar
2*, first GR 9: 56 Span | World War II
power-ritual
21: 177 (the rationalized - that will be the coming peace) Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Powers
2: 13 (- who would be masters of these horrid blacks) Authorities | Politics
Prague
19: 164 (the case of catalyst poisoning in -) City/Around the World | Czechia/Czechoslovakia
praise be to God
16: 136 (-!) Expression/Dictionary | Christianity
pre-austerity
2*, first GR 5: 36 (with capital A) Orthography Emotion | Life
pre-Cambrian
16: 135 (- exhalation) Orthography Span | Time
pre-choreographed
19: 158 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Word Clusters
pre-ulcerous
16: 136 Orthography Illness | Bodies
prep-school
10: 62 (Eastern - voices) Orthography Higher Education | United States
President
19: 158 (- [Hindenburg]), 158 (- has promised) Functions | Politics
Press
2: 15 Publication/Texts | United Kingdom
pretend
4: 25 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
pretending-to-exercise-or-use a-kind-of-conjuration-to-cause-the-spirits-of-deceased-persons-to-be- present-in-fact-at-the-place-where-he-then-was-and-that-those-spirits -were-communicating-with-living-persons-then-and-there-present
5: 33 Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Preterite
14: 110 Concepts | Religion
Prewar
12: 77 Description | Interbellum
prig
16: 121 Insult | Vocabulary
Prigsbury
16: 123 Figures | Background
priming-powder
14: 109 Orthography Compound | Weapon
Primo Scala's Accordion Band
15: 115 Entertaiment | United Kingdom
Prize
17: 141 ([Noble] -s), 142 [Noble] -) Award | Sweden
Probabilities
13: 91 Theorem | Statistics
process
14: 104 Capitalised Process | Kinderofen
Professional Eye
20: 171 Gesture | The White Visitation
Professor-Doctor
18: 161 (- Laslo Jamf) Titles/Texts | Germany
programme-note
18: 148 (first 3 characters previous page); some cryptic -s) Orthography Text/Texts | Theatre
Property of H.M. Government
14: 92 Text/Texts | United Kingdom
proscenium
18: 148 Rare Location/Around the World | Theatre
Protestants
16: 129 (these nervous -) Religion
Providence
4: 25 Concepts | Christianity
"providing"
14: 101 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Prussian
17: 143 (- blue) Person from | Germany
pseudo-Italian
13: 83 Style | Architecture
Psi Section
7*, first GR 6: 40 Organisation | The White Visitation
"psychical"
6: 40 Concepts | Psychology
Psychological Intelligence Schemes for Expediting Surrender
5: 34 Organisation | The Zone
Psychological Warfare Division
12: 75 Agencies | United States
Psychology
20: 168 (a bit of -'s own childhood) Science/Science | Psychology
puffy-eyed
4: 25 Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Bodies
Pumm
2*, first GR 17: 139 (- [died] in a jeep accident), 140 Minor Character | The White Visitation
pure
10: 70 (One - Indian.) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
(PWD)
12: 76 Agencies | United States
Pyrenees
2: 10 Mountains/Around the World | France
Qlippoth
21: 176 (-, Shells of the Dead) Concepts | Esoterism
quarter-scale
15: 117 Orthography Span | Measure
quilt-and-cold
16: 122 (the dark - refuge of [Roger's and Jessica's] bed) Orthography Description | Vocabulary
quirt-whip
10: 69 (-ped) Orthography Act | United States
Quoad
15: 115, 119 Figures | Background
Radcliffe
10: 63 (some - girl), 65 (- girls) Higher Education | Massachusetts
Radio Doctor
16: 133 Radio Program | United Kingdom
RAF
2*, first GR 4: 24 (restless-muscled - dogs) Aviation | United Kingdom
rag-sorrowful
18: 145 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
"raid"
14: 113 Act | Violence
rain-forest
14: 111 (-s) Orthography Landscape/Around the World | Nature
rain-wet
7: 45 Orthography Weather | Vocabulary
Rainer Maria Rilke
14: 97, 98, 101 ("Enzian", after -'s mountainside gentian of Nordic colors) Last Name Poet/Texts | Germany
Raketenflugplatz
19: 162, 163 Area | Rockets
rallentando
4: 28 Rare Process | Italian
Ramsay MacDonald
12: 77 Politician | United Kingdom
"Rancho Peligroso"
10: 69 Constructions | Only One Of It
rank-order
5: 32 Orthography Concepts | Mathematics
Rapallo treaty
19: 166 Political Event | Interbellum
"rattlesnake"
2*, first GR 10: 69 Animals/Critters | Only One Of It
Rauhandel
14: 98 (Young -), 98, (these -s) Figures | Third Reich
razor-scraping
16: 124 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
"re-education"
16: 125 (- experts) Process | Vocabulary
reader
4: 27 (Mark, -, my cry!) Capitalised Person from | Books
"real"
12: 74 Description | Vocabulary
"realistic"
14: 99 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
really
2*, first GR 5: 36 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
really to scream about
17: 141 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Realpolitik
8: 50 ([Pointsman's] own - dreams) Process | Politics
reason
14: 97 (A woman with some background in mathematics, and with -s) Theorem | Philosophy
Rebecca
19: 155 (- [...] token Jewess), 155, 156, 157, 163 Figures | Weimar Republic
"reciprocal induction"
2*, first GR 9: 55 Concepts | Psychology
Record-keeping
16: 135 (SPQR -) Orthography Process | Vocabulary
Red
2*, first GR 10: 63 (-, the Negro shoeshine boy), 64 (- Malcolm), 64, 67 (- Malcolm), 68 Historical Persons | United States
Red
19: 155 (- districts), 165 (- communism) Flavour | Labour
Red Bitch of the High Seas
5: 36 (You've raped me. And I'm the -) Expression/Dictionary | Sex
Red Devil Lye
10: 67 Brand | Bodies
Red Indian
10: 68 Ethnicity/Around the World | United States
Red River
10: 68 Song/Music | United States
Red River Valley
2*, first GR 10: 68 Song/Music | Only One Of It
red-cap section
2: 14 Orthography Armies
red-eyed
16: 136 Orthography Gesture | Bodies
red-orange
14: 92 (- [mushroom] cups) Orthography Description | Colours
reddish-brown
2*, first GR 5: 30 (- curls) Orthography Description | Colours
Reg Le Froyd
2*, first GR 12: 73 (-, an inmate at "The White Visitation") Figures | United Kingdom
Regents Park Zoo
16: 121 Landscape/Around the World | London
"regulate"
6: 41 (-d) Law and Order | World War II
Reich
2*, first GR 14: 97 (dying -), 98 (the -'s flame) Description | Third Reich
Reichsmarks
14: 105 Money | Third Reich
Reichssieger
17: 143 Animals/Critters | Third Reich
Reichssieger von Thanatz Alpdrucken
17: 142 (-, that most elusive of Nazi hounds) Animals/Critters | Third Reich
Reinickendorf
2*, first GR 18: 154 (the rocket facility at -) Borough | Berlin
remember
17: 153 ([Eventyr] doesn't -) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
reminds
16: 121 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Republic
4: 27 Description | United States
"Republic"
19: 155 Description | Weimar Republic
Republicans
12: 77 (the eastern and moneyed - behind OSS) United States
restless-muscled
4: 24 (- RAF dogs) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Reunion
14: 110 Island/Around the World | Indian Ocean
Rev. Dr. Paul de la Nuit
6*, first GR 9: 56 (Reverend -) Characters | United Kingdom
Reverend Doctor
12: 81, 82 Title: Person | The White Visitation
reversal
8: 52 Concepts | Psychology
Revolution
19: 155 (look at us: the -), 155 (no -), 155 (the - died [...] with Rosa Luxemburg)), 158 (a chance for the -), 162 (after the -) Events | Violence
Revolution-in-exile-in-residence
19: 155 Orthography Concepts | Weimar Republic
Rhenish Missionary Society
14: 100 (- who corrupted this boy) Germany
Rhine
2*, first GR 12: 74 River/Around the World | Europe
Rhine Falls
19: 160 Water/Around the World | Switzerland
Richard Hirsch
2*, first GR 19: 156 (- from the Mausigstrasse) Figures | Background
Right
19: 165 (neither Red communism nor an unhindered -) Political Force | Germany
right now
8: 49 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
"rightness"
17: 143 Concepts | Life
Rigoletto
16: 132 Composition/Music | Italy
Rijkswijksche Bosch
14: 113 Location/Around the World | The Netherlands
Rio
10: 69 River/Around the World | Mexico
Rio-to-Ascension-to-Fort-Lamy run
1: 5 Route/Around the World | Air
rissolé
12: 80 (a beet -? a stuffed beet -?)) Technique | Kitchen
Rivièra
2*, first GR 17: 143 Region/Around the World | France
Rizla
14: 93 (- liquorice cigarette paper) Brand | Tobacco
Robin
9: 59 (a boy named -) Figures | London
Robot Blitz
13: 85 (Roger Mexico's map of the -) Document/Texts | London
Rochester
10: 61 City/Around the World | New York
rock-country
10: 69 Orthography Landscape/Around the World | United States
rocket
6: 38 (but you haven’t brought down many -s lately have you, haha!) Device | Rockets
rocket-bomb disasters
3: 19 Orthography Events | Rockets
rocket-circle
13: 86 (-s) Orthography Objects | Slothrop
rocket-field
19: 165 Orthography Area | Rockets
rocket-firing site
14: 113 Orthography Landscape/Around the World | Rockets
rocket-happy
12: 75 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Rockets
rocket-hunting
4: 21 Orthography Activity | Rockets
rocket-mysticism
19: 154 Orthography Emotion | Rockets
Roger Mexico
29*, first GR 5: 33, 36, 37 Characters | The Zone
Roger-the-Rake
16: 123 Nick Names | Characterisation
Roland
5: 30 (- found that all the signs had turned against him), 30 Figures | Mythology
Roland Feldspath
2*, first GR 5: 30, 31 Figures | Background
Roland Peachey and his Orchestra
16: 121 Entertaiment | Music
rolling-stock
1: 3 (a sour smell of - absence) Orthography Transportation
Roman
9: 56 (- priests) Description | Italy
Romans
9: 56 Antiquity
"Rome-Berlin Axis"
14: 94 Political Force | Fascism
Ronald Cherrycoke
3*, first GR 16: 125 Characters | United Kingdom
roof-garden
14: 112 Orthography Constructions | Nature
Rorschach
12: 81 Process | Psychology
Rosa Luxemburg
2*, first GR 19: 155, 158 Activists | Weimar Republic
Rayner
13: 84, 86(as Watson-Rayner experiment) Last Name Scientist/Science | United States
Roseland Ballroom
10: 63 Entertaiment | Boston
"Rosie"
2*, first GR 12: 81 Nick Names | The White Visitation
Rossetti
1: 5 (Corydon Throsp, an acquantance of the -s) Historical Persons | London
rot
5: 33 (Fascist -) Orthography Process | Nature
round-faced
4: 27 (- angels) Orthography Figures | Bodies
round-headed
17: 138 (a - pin) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Roxbury
10: 62, 70 (- hillside) Borough | Boston
Royal Fellow
2*, first GR 6: 37 Titles/Texts | United Kingdom
Rudi
19: 155 (- [...] token La Bohème Student], 155, 158 Figures | Weimar Republic
Pabst
14: 112 Last Name Entertaiment | Movies
rum-smoky
16: 128 (- saloons) Orthography Description | Alcohol
Rumanian
2: 12 (an exiled - royalist) Nationality | Romania
running-mate
10: 62 Orthography Person from | Bar
runny-nosed
16: 136 Orthography Illness | Bodies
"ruptured duck"
10: 61 Symbol | US Army
rush-hour
4: 26 (the - crowd) Orthography Span | Day
Russia
19: 166 Countries/Around the World | Russia
Russian
5: 35 (-s) Nationality | Russia
Russian-Jewish
5: 30 (- consonants) Person from | Russia
S
1: 4 (spokes are shaped like -s) Characters | Alphabet
S.O.E.
3*, first GR 4: 20 (- ((those prickly bastards take their time about everything)) Agencies | United Kingdom
S.P.R.
18: 153 Science/Science | Psychology
S.Y.
10: 60 Concepts | Life
said
13: 88 Act | Bodies
Saint George
4: 24 (a - after the fact) Person from | Christianity
Sally
3: 19 (a couple of -s) Figures | Slothrop
Salome
12: 82 Figures | Bible
"salted plum"
15: 119 Taste | Vocabulary
Salvation
2*, first GR 14: 110, 111 Concepts | Religion
Sam Browne
2: 9 Uniform | Armies
San Antonio
20: 168 City/Around the World | Texas
San Berdoo
10: 68 Rare City/Around the World | California
sand-filled
12: 78 (- rooms) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
sand-room
11: 78 (-s) Orthography Constructions | The White Visitation
Sandy MacPherson
2: 13 Radio Program | United Kingdom
Sanjak
2: 14 (not capitalised), 15 (not capitalised) Area | Ottoman Empire
Santa Claus
20: 169 (prematurely white - beard) Phenomenon | United States
Sargner
18: 152(-, a civilian attached to General Staff) Figures | IG Farben
sashay
16: 129 (bringing girls to -among these nervous Protestants) Dance | Jamaica
Satan
16: 125 Concepts | Religion
Satanic
2*, first GR 14: 110 (- intervention) Concepts | Religion
satin-polished
9: 54 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Saturday
2*, first GR 4: 22 (- night at the Frick Frack Club in Soho) Span | Day
saw
2: 8 (yes we - [the rocket]) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
"Saxophone"
2: 9 Nick Names | United Kingdom
Schaeffer fountain pen
18: 146 (a broken -) Brand | United States
Schaffhausen
19: 160 (to - on holiday) City/Around the World | Switzerland
Scheveningen
14: 97, 102, 104 (the - pier), 105, 535 Location/Around the World | The Netherlands
Schloss Vollrads
19: 163 Wine/Drinking | Germany
Schnapps
14: 105 (not capitalised) Liquor/Drinking | Alcohol
Schnellbahnwagen
19: 161 Public Transport | Munich
Schußstelle 3
14: 95, 104, 105, 107 Area | Rockets
"Schwarzkommando"
4*, first GR 12: 75 Schwarzkommando
Schwarzlose
14: 106 Device | Weapon
Science
5: 33 (dedicated to -) Science/Science |
scientist-neutrality
9: 58 Orthography Concepts | Psychology
Scorpia Mossmoon
4*, first GR 5: 35 Characters | London
Scotch
20: 168 Liquor/Drinking | United Kingdom
Scrip
14: 105 Money | Economics
scripture
4: 27 (-a) Capitalised Document/Texts | Religion
Scroogery
16: 128 ([Roger's] -) Behaviour | Literature
Scrubs
5: 33 Law and Order | London
scuffed-cream
3: 18 (- fiberboard walls) Orthography Description | Colours
scuffed-wood
14: 113 Orthography Objects | Carpentry
scythe-shaped
8: 50 (- pieces) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
sea-cloud
14: 106 (-s) Orthography Weather | Nature
sea-grass
13: 91 Orthography Plants/Critters | Nature
séance
2*, first GR 5: 31 (- table), 31 (-s) Process | Esoterism
second-class
21: 177 (- trivia) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Secret of the Fearful Assembly
6: 738 Concepts | Esoterism
Section 8
15: 114 Military | United States
see
4*, first GR 8: 52 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
seem
5: 36 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
seldom-encountered
14: 102 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Selena
5: 30, 31 Figures | Esoterism
selenium
19: 164 Compound | Chemistry
self-absorbed
14: 112 Orthography Self-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
self-centered
16: 127 Orthography Self-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
self-criticism
2*, first GR 5: 34 Orthography Self-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
self-defense
15: 115 Orthography Self-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
self-deluding
18: 150 (an amount of -) Orthography Self-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
self-enchanted
14: 101 Orthography Self-series/Dictionary | Vocabulary
self-expression
12: 83 Orthography Self-series/Dictionary | Vocabulary
self-induced
19: 155 (- orgasm) Orthography Self-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
self-policing
14: 105 Orthography Self-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
self-renewing
1: 4 (- chorus) Orthography Self-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
self-reproach
16: 120 Orthography Self-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
(selfishly)
16: 126 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
semi-detached
16: 132 (the - Sunday dead-leaf somnolence of a dried garden) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
"sensitive flame"
5: 29 Phenomenon | Nature
sentiments d'emprise
2*, first GR 13: 87 Concepts | Psychoanalysis
September
4: 21 (But then last - [1944] the rockets came.), 25 (last - [1944]) Span | Month
sequin
18: 152 (-s and high-albedo stockings) Clothing | Fabric
Serbian
2: 14 Nationality | Balkan
Sergeant-major
4: 20 Orthography Rank | Armies
Sergei
7: 42 Animals/Critters | London
Sergei
17: 139 Animals/Critters | The White Visitation
seven-button suit
2: 16 (-s) Orthography Clothing | Bodies
seventy-seven-millionth
2: 13 (- repetition) Orthography Span | Number
Sèvres vase
15: 115 (a little -) Objects | France
shadow-ministers
5: 34 (Varsovian -) Orthography Functions | Politics
SHAEF
3*, first GR 3: 17 Organisation | World War II
'shape'
19: 165 (- isn't really the right word) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
(she would have laughed)
5: 36 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Sheik
5: 35 (preserving the - and the oil money) Royalty | Middle East
Sheikh
10: 64 (-s) Brand | Sex
shell-pocked
12: 79 Orthography Description | World War I
shell-shocked
12: 75 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Violence
Shellfire Corner
17: 139 Events | World War II
Shells of the Dead
21: 176 Ideas | Esoterism
Sherlock Holmes
2: 14 (one proper - London evening) Fictional Person | United Kingdom
Shicksal
2: 16 Concepts | German
Shirley
3: 19 Figures | Slothrop
Shirley Temple
4: 24 (a - smile) Actresses/Film | United States
shit-sensitized
10: 65 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
shit-stinking
10: 66 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
"sho nuf"
10: 62 Expression/Dictionary | Slang
shoe-buckle
18: 150 (-s) Orthography Clothing | Bodies
shoe-pac
12: 75 (-s) Orthography Clothing | Bodies
shoe-sole
15: 115 (-s) Orthography Clothing | Bodies
short-long-short
7: 44 Orthography Symbol | Light
"should haves"
17: 141 (so many -) Phenomenon | Life
Siamese
21: 177 Animals/Critters | Asia
"Siboney"
20: 169 Song/Music | Cuba
Sicilians
2: 13 Italy
side-effect
12: 82 (-s) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
side-shoving
4: 26 (- curves) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
side-trip
19: 165 (trivial -s) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Sidney's Great Yellow Grille
10: 65 Restaurant | Boston
Siegfried
14: 103 Person from | Mythology
Siggi
19: 157 Figures | Weimar Republic
(sigh)
2*, first GR 12: 80 Gesture | Bodies
Freud
2*, first GR 2: 16 (Dr. -) Last Name Historical Persons | Psychoanalysis
"Silent Night"
3: 19 (a naughty version of -) Song/Music | Christianity
silken-calved
5: 36 (- English realworld) Orthography Description | Fabric
silver-flecked
15: 118 Orthography Description | Colours
Siméon Denis Poisson
4*, first GR 9: 54 ([Roger's] - equation), 55, 56 Scientist/Science | Mathematics
"sinister"
17: 137 (But there’s a better word than -) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Sir
10: 60 (Dear -,) Titles/Texts | United Kingdom
Sir Denis Nayland Smith
12: 82 (The - Press) Last Name Figures | Comics
Sir Douglas Haig
12: 79, 80 Last Name Historical Persons | World War I
sit
12: 80 Act | Bodies
sitting-room
2*, first GR 15: 115 Orthography Building - Space |
six-ton
15: 116 (a - earthquake bomb) Orthography Span | Measure
Sixth Antechamber to the Throne
3: 17 Objects | Esoterism
Skinnerites
12: 77 Psychology
skip
2: 12 ([Pirate] will then actually - to and fro) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
sky
4: 27 (Bend thy thoughts on the -) Capitalised Phenomenon | Nature
sky-sea
5: 37 Orthography Landscape/Around the World | London
slap-and-tickle
2*, first GR 3: 19 (no time for -) Orthography Activity | Bodies
slate-blue
3: 18 Orthography Description | Colours
Slav
19: 155 Ethnicity/Around the World | Europe
Slavic
2: 16 (- tongues) Language/Dictionary | Europe
Slothrop Affair
10: 61 Events | Slothrop
Slothrop's Progress
4: 25 Process |
Slothropian
20: 168 (- cortex) Description | Slothrop
Slothrops
4: 28 Family | Slothrop
slow-motion
2*, first GR 8: 51 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
slow-scumming
16: 130 (the - gray estuary) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Smartass youth
10: 60 Concepts | Life
smoke
15: 118 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
smugness
8: 48 Property | Life
snaphaan
14: 109, 111 Device | Weapon
sneaky-Peteying
12: 79 Rare Expression/Dictionary | United Kingdom
Snipe and Shaft
3*, first GR 2: 9 Bar/Drinking | London
snot-crusted
16: 124 (- inmates of Psi Section) Orthography Description | Bodies
snow-drifted
13: 86 (- kennel runs) Orthography Weather | Climate
snow-skin
14: 107 (the mature female - of the Alp in the corner) Orthography Weather | Nature
snow-sky
16: 128 Orthography Weather | Climate
snow-softened
12: 75 (- liberated ruins) Orthography Weather | Climate
snow-white
10: 63 (- Arrow) Orthography Description | Colours
Snoxall's
2*, first GR 5: 32, 33 Bar/Drinking | London
soap-heavy
14: 112 (- smell of the rented room) Orthography Senses | Bodies
soapy-liquorice
16: 130 Orthography Objects | Hygiene
Social Register
4: 28 Document/Texts | United States
Society for Space Navigation
19: 162 Organisation | Interbellum
Södermalm
17: 141 Borough | Stockholm
Sodium Amytal
10: 61 (10% -) Stimulants | Drugs
soft-wood
14: 106 (- smells of staircases steep as ladders) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Soho
2*, first GR 3: 19 Borough | London
soignée
14: 94 (a - surface) Language/Dictionary | French
solid-set
10: 68 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Someones Over Here
14: 108 (any number of -) Paranoia | The Zone
Somerset Club
4: 28 Organisation | Boston
something
2*, first GR 15: 114 Pronouns/Dictionary | Word Clusters
somewhere
16: 127 (driving - in Kent) Capitalised Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Son of Frankenstein
14: 106 Film Title/Film | United States
soon-to-be-immortal
19: 158 (the - phrase) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Sooty
21: 174 (- the cat), 177 -'s son Kim) Animals/Critters | United Kingdom
sooty-faced
14: 102 (- but grinning) Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Bodies
sore-throated
16: 136 Orthography Illness | Bodies
sorting-out
19: 163 (a gentle - process) Orthography Process | Vocabulary
sound-so-sweet
10: 62 Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Song
sour
15: 117 Taste | Bodies
sour-stomach
3: 17 (- middle of the day) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Bodies
Sous le Vent
5: 30 Perfume | France
South
20: 172 ([the Threat from the] -) Direction | Planet Earth
South Africa
5: 37 Countries/Around the World | Africa
South America
17: 143 (- burned to cinders) Geography/Around the World | South America
South Dakota
10: 68 State/Around the World | United States
South-West Africa
4*, first GR 12: 74 Countries/Around the World | Namibia
Soviet
12: 79 Russia
Spam
2*, first GR 16: 133 (reincarnated - tins), 133 (real - tins) Food and Drinks | World War II
Spanish
14: 94 (- inquisitor) Nationality | Spain
sparrow-bright
16: 126 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Special Handbook
3: 18 Text/Texts | United Kingdom
Special Operations Executive
2*, first GR 1: 5 Organisation | United Kingdom
speeded-up
19: 157 (- midget voice) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
spells
2: 11 Concepts |
"spiced treacle"
15: 119 Taste | Vocabulary
spider-statistician
16: 124 Orthography Description | Characterisation
spike-and-wave
18: 146 (- alternation) Orthography Figures | Medicine
spin-recovery
14: 105 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Spitfires
14: 96, 97, 104 Planes | United Kingdom
"splendid weakness"
18: 145 ([Eventyr's -) Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
"splendid weaknesses"
17: 149 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
spoken-of
12: 88 (Speaker and -) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
sponge
7: 44 (You forgot the -) Device | Medicine
Spottbilligfilm AG
19: 163 (the unlucky subsidiary -), 163 (Poor -; only company name) Company | IG Farben
SPQR
16: 135 (- Record-keeping) Expression/Dictionary | Latin
spray-cloud
19: 160 (- [of the Rhine Falls]) Orthography Weather | Switzerland
spy-camera
3: 17 Orthography Device | Spying
squeak-stockinged
20: 168 (- slavegirl) Orthography Clothing | Bodies
SS
14: 112 (- uniform) Organisation | Third Reich
sshhlop
2: 15 (-!) Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
St. Felix
6: 37 (before the clock of - chimes one) Church (Building)/Religion | United Kingdom
St. James's
2: 15, 16 Church (Building)/Religion |
St. Paul's
2*, first GR 2: 14 Church (Building)/Religion | London
St. Petersburg
12: 78 City/Around the World | Russia
St. Veronica's
3*, first GR 8: 47 Fictional Location/Around the World | London
St. Veronica's Downtown Bus Station
8: 50 Transport | London
St. Veronica's Hospital of the True Image for Colonic and Respiratory Diseases
2*, first GR 7: 46, 47 Fictional Location/Around the World | London
(staff)
6: 37 (We call [Pointsman's dogs] -) Animals/Critters | United Kingdom
Staff
12: 78 The White Visitation
Stage
18: 149 (the great -) Structure | Theatre
Stage Door Canteen
16: 134 Restaurant | New York City
stale-smelling
4: 24 ([London] -) Orthography Senses | London
stale-smoke
3: 17 (a - paper warren) Orthography Description | Colours
Standardized Kill Rates Per Ton
6: 40 Process | Statistics
Stanmore
2*, first GR 1: 7 (operations room at -) Borough | London
star
3*, first GR 9: 58 (the -'s awful radiance) Capitalised Objects | Nature
Star Spangled Banner
4: 27 Symbol | United States
stars of David
19: 160 Symbol | Religion
State
19: 165 (the postwar -) Concepts |
state
2*, first GR 12: 75 (That this war, this - [Pointsman ha]d come to feel himself a citizen of) Capitalised Description | Bodies
State, Monroe and Wabash
2*, first GR 2: 13 Concepts |
stay-away
2*, first GR 6: 41 (a house in the - zone) Orthography Location/Around the World | London
steel-blotched
20: 172 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
steel-clad
17: 142 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
steel-riveted
17: 136 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
steel-shuddering
16: 123 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Sten
14: 107 Device | Weapon
Stepney
17: 139 Borough | London
Sterling
14: 105 (Scrip, -, Reichsmarks) Money | United Kingdom
stiff-pimpled
2: 16 (- Adenoid tentacles of fluorescent beige) Orthography Description | Vocabulary
Stiletto May
16: 129 Figures | Background
still
10: 65 (A-and there’s - no sign of his lost harp.) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Stock Exchange
13: 86 Structure | Economics
Stockholm
2*, first GR 17: 141 (the turrets and blue waters, the sails and churchtops of -), 142 (after - a blur) City/Around the World | Sweden
Stoke Poges
20: 169 Location/Around the World | United Kingdom
stone-white
10: 63 (- cervix) Orthography Description | Colours
straight-on
4: 27 Orthography Direction | Vocabulary
Straits
16: 130 (- [of Dover]) Water/Around the World | Europe
strand-wolve
14: 99 (potent European -s) Orthography Animals/Critters | Namibia
"strategy of truth"
12: 74 Concepts | World War II
street-wake
2: 14 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
'strike off'
13: 89 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Strobe
13: 86 (= Jamf) Printing error Figures | The Zone
student
13: 84 Person from | Psychology
Studentenheim
19: 154 Building - Space | Berlin
Stuka
14: 102 (- pilot) Planes | Third Reich
stump-top
14: 191 (-s) Orthography Objects | Nature
Südwest
2*, first GR 12: 74 Description | Namibia
Suez
5: 35 (stationed east of -, places like Bahrein) Location/Around the World | Egypt
sugar-smears
14: 99 Orthography Food and Drinks | Kinderofen
"sugared violets"
15: 119 Taste | Vocabulary
Sullivan
15: 116 Composer/Music | United Kingdom
"summation"
9: 55 Concepts | Psychology
sun-freckled
12: 73 Orthography Weather | Climate
sun-wheel
14: 100 (mandala [...] - [...] swastika) Orthography Symbol | Asia
Sunday
4*, first GR 1: 3 (-s) Span | Day
Superior
10: 61 Figures | Background
"Surprise"
2*, first GR 12: 80, 80 (-!) Food and Drinks | Kitchen
Surrey
18: 145 Counties/Around the World | United Kingdom
Susan
3: 18 (-s) Figures | Slothrop
suspender-clip
16: 127 Orthography Clothing | Bodies
suspender-tab
18: 150 (-s) Orthography Clothing | Bodies
Sussex
9: 55 Counties/Around the World | United Kingdom
swamp-edged
4: 27 (- graveyard) Orthography Landscape/Around the World | Nature
swamp-Yankee
4: 25 (-s) Orthography Person from | United States
sweat-and-leather
10: 69 (- tackrooms) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
sweat-stunk
14: 103 (- wool) Orthography Description | Senses
"sweet-and-sour eggplant"
15: 119 Taste | Vocabulary
Swiss Alp
15: 118 Mountains/Around the World | Switzerland
switching-locomotive
20: 171 Orthography Transport | United Kingdom
sword-swallower
20: 168 Orthography Act | Sex
Syndicate
13: 88 (these agents of the -) Description | Them
"System"
16: 126 ([Roger's hates the -) Description | Them
"T. S. Eliot"
5: 35 (a - April) Poet/Texts | United States
T.H. Munich
19: 160, 161 (only acronym) Higher Education | Munich
T.I. (= British Technical Intelligence)
4: 20, 24 Agencies | Spying
ta-ta
4: 26 (waving -) Language/Dictionary | United Kingdom
table-rapping
9: 55 Orthography Act | Vocabulary
take me
14: 102 Expression/Dictionary | Kinderofen
taken
14: 103 Expression/Dictionary | Sex
talc-white
5: 37 (Scorpia's - face) Orthography Description | Colours
Tank Tinker
15: 117 Radio Program | United States
tank-destroyer
16: 133 (-s) Orthography Toy | World War II
Tannoy
16: 127 (On the - a BBC swing band [...]) Brand | Media
"Tantivy"
3*, first GR 3: 17 Nick Names | The Zone
tape-measure
14: 103 (steel -s) Orthography Device | Vocabulary
taper-wax
16: 126 (cream -) Orthography Compound | Life
Tarot
18: 152 (Judgment, in the - sense) Objects | Tarot Cards
"Taurus"
18: 152 (and bracketed) Constellation | Astrology
TDY
2*, first GR 4: 20 Process | Armies
tea-taking
12: 77 (- habits) Orthography Food and Drinks | United Kingdom
teal-blue
2: 15 (- daybreak) Orthography Description | Colours
Bloat
9*, first GR 1: 5 Last Name Characters | United Kingdom
tell
9: 55 (Can’t you ... -) Act | Bodies
tellurium
19: 164 Compound | Chemistry
ten-kilometer
19: 163 (a - radius) Orthography Span | Number
tenement-world
20: 174 (an edible -) Orthography Description | Vocabulary
Tenth Elegy
14: 98 Text/Texts | Poem
Terence Overbaby
2*, first GR 18: 151 (-, St. Blaise’s wingman) Figures | United Kingdom
terre mauvais
10: 69 Language/Dictionary | French
"terror attacks of a retaliatory nature"
18: 151 Language/Dictionary | Violence
Testing Programme
4: 21 (P.W.E. -) Process | Psychology
Thames
2*, first GR 6: 37 River/Around the World | United Kingdom
Thameside
2*, first GR 5: 37 (- traffic) Location/Around the World | London
that
9*, first GR 4: 26 (- [hardon]) Pronouns/Dictionary | Word Clusters
That old-man has, no-shame
12: 79 (about Ernest Pudding) Expression/Dictionary | The White Visitation
that's
3*, first GR 5: 32 ([paranoiac...]- a word she knows) Pronouns/Dictionary | Word Clusters
thatchy-brown
4: 28 (across that -, moldering witch-country) Orthography Description | Colours
Thayer's Slippery Elm Throat Lozenges
3*, first GR 3: 18 Candy | London
the
10: 61 (and single quoted) Articles (grammar)/Dictionary | Word Clusters
"The Angel"
14: 106 (the windmill known as -) Constructions | The Netherlands
"The Changing of the Guard"
2: 13 Song/Music | United Kingdom
(the control)
5: 31 (Peter Sachsa -) Role | Esoterism
The Hague
2*, first GR 1: 7 (without The: five minutes - to [London]) City/Around the World | The Netherlands
the Indian
14: 104 Figures | Background
(the medium)
5: 31 (Carroll Eventyr -) Role | Esoterism
the only
10: 67 Symbol | Only One Of It
the ruler of my Sign
14: 108 Text/Texts | Mauritius
(the spirit)
5: 31 (Roland Feldspath -) Role | Esoterism
"the Troll"
19: 157 Figures | Weimar Republic
the true name is Malcolm
10: 64 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
"The Weekly Briefings"
12: 79 Events | The White Visitation
"The White Visitation"
13*, first GR 5: 34 (- which houses a catchall agency known as PISCES), 35 Institution | United Kingdom
(the wife and survivor)
5: 31 (Selena -) Role | Esoterism
their
3*, first GR 2: 14 (- tireless search for negotiable skills) Capitalised Pronouns/Dictionary | Word Clusters
their piteous cries . . . their dollful and piteous cries . . .
9: 53 Expression/Dictionary | The White Visitation
them
3*, first GR 13: 88 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
then
4: 23 (and - you hear them coming in) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
there
16: 123 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
"There, I Said It Again"
16: 121 Song/Music | United Kingdom
Thermite
17: 143 Compound | Chemistry
these
2*, first GR 6: 38 (- days) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Thesean
17: 141 (brushings) Concepts | Mythology
thewse
15: 116 (a blithe, Gilbert & Sullivan ingenue's -) Pronouns/Dictionary | Vocabulary
they
6*, first GR 2: 14 (committed to the Long Run as - are) Capitalised Pronouns/Dictionary | Word Clusters
They are in love. Fuck the war.
6: 42 Expression/Dictionary | Love
they haven't told me
19: 164 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
thick
20: 173 (-est) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Things That Can Happen in European Politics
12: 77 Book Title/Texts | Mock-historical
this
6*, first GR 4: 21 (Christ, it wasn’t supposed to keep on like - ....) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
this depolarizing
8: 50 Concepts | Psychology
this is how it does happen—yes the great bright hand reaching out of the cloud....
4: 29 Expression/Dictionary | Rockets
Gwenhidwy
5*, first GR 8: 52 Last Name Characters | The White Visitation
Thomas Hooker
4: 22 (preached -) Historical Persons | United States
Thomas Tallis
16: 129 Composer/Music | United Kingdom
those
2*, first GR 14: 101 (- words) Pronouns/Dictionary | Vocabulary
thousand
12: 80 (-s [of "Surprise" recipes]) Span | Number
Threat From the East
20: 172, 173 (as Threat) Direction | London
three-variable
13: 84 Orthography Concepts | Psychology
Thunder Prodd
12: 76 (-'s regiment) Figures | United Kingdom
thyme
4: 22 Capitalised Plants/Critters | Nature
Tiger tanks
14: 103 Device | Weapon
time
7: 44 Concepts | Physics
Time / Stimulus / Secretion (30 sec) / Remarks
17: 137 (scribbled columns headed -) Text/Texts | The White Visitation
time-correlated
18: 146 Orthography Description | Time
tire-track
14: 113 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Tivoli
16: 121 (at the -, watching Maria Montez and Jon Hall) Theatre | London
(to live in a world where that would be the day’s excitement . . .)
9: 54 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
"Toad"
12: 80 Recipe | Kitchen
toad-in-the-hole
12: 80 Capitalised Recipe | Kitchen
tobacco-starved
3: 17 Orthography Emotion | Tobacco
toe-in
18: 150 (a silk leg tossed lazily - between two seats in the row ahead) Orthography Gesture | Bodies
toenail-hold
15: 118 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Bodies
toilet
10: 67 Capitalised Device | Hygiene
Toledos
16: 135 (for a baby to come in tippin’ those - at 7 pounds 8 ounces) Device | Measure
Tommy
21: 175 (the - is sleeping in a snowbank tonight) Nick Names | United Kingdom
tomorrow
15: 116 Span | Day
tongue-softened
15: 118 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
tongue-stop
13: 85 Orthography Gesture | Bodies
Tonkin
16: 132 Events | World War II
too
19: 163 (- dazzling) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
too late
4*, first GR 1: 3 (It is -) Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
tooth-tartar
16: 124 Orthography Description | Bodies
top-heavy
17: 141 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
"Toro Rojo’s gonna be riding in tonight"
10: 69 Expression/Dictionary | Only One Of It
touch
14: 112 (von Göll's -) Capitalised Art | Movies
Touch her throat, Majesty. Touch!
15: 119 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Tower Hill
3: 19 (a cluster near -) Monument | London
Town Plan
3: 18 Document/Texts | Cartography
trade-off
14: 107 Orthography Activity | Economy
trans-observable
6: 38 Orthography Concepts | Statistics
"transition"
9: 55 Concepts | Psychology
Transsylvanian Magyars
2: 11 Ethnicity/Around the World | Romania
Trave
19: 162 River/Around the World | Lubeck
Traveler's Aid
8: 51 (you are the -) Device | Health
tree-branch
18: 147 (- shapes) Orthography Form | Bodies
trigger-question
18: 147 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
triskelion
18: 150 Rare Symbol | Antiquity
trough-trestlework
10: 68 Orthography Technique | Vocabulary
trust us
8: 50 (and the answer is -) Expression/Dictionary | The White Visitation
try to tickle me
9: 60 (Death [...] says -) Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
tulipomania
14: 109 Events | Economics
Tunbridge Wells
6: 38, 39 City/Around the World | United Kingdom
tungsten
16: 131 (Bring to the serai gifts of -, cordite, high-octane?) Alloy | Chemistry
tungsten light
14: 92 Process | Photography
turn-of-the-century
16: 124 (a - tale of ghostly revenge) Orthography Description | Time
'turned against'
5: 32 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
two-handed
7: 44 (a - grab) Orthography Gesture | Bodies
two-o’clock
8: 50 Orthography Span | Time
Typhoon
18: 151 (-s) Planes | United Kingdom
tyrosine
11: 71 Company | Chemistry
U.S. Army
2*, first GR 10: 63 Military | United States
U.S.A.
10: 60 Countries/Around the World | United States
Ufa
19: 155 (- masterpiece) Film Studio/Film | Germany
Ufa-theatre
14: 98 Movie Theatre/Film | Berlin
ultraparadoxical phase
8: 49 Concepts | Psychology
Und nicht einmal sein Schritt klingt aus dem tonlosen Los
14: 98 Expression/Dictionary | Poem
Underground
2*, first GR 14: 101, 102 Organisation | World War II
Underground
20: 168 Transport | London
United States
19: 166 Countries/Around the World | United States
Unlucky Strike
4: 20 ([Slothrop's] -) Description | Rockets
Unthinkable Nihilist
10: 64 (Red Malcolm the -) Description | Boston
up-in-front- down-in-back
16: 127 Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
us
2*, first GR 13: 84 (Must we allow [the Americans] to corrupt -?) Pronouns/Dictionary | Word Clusters
used
17: 149 (- for the ideology of the Zero) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
utterly
6: 39 Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
V
16: 121 (a - around [Roger's] centerline) Characters | Alphabet
V-1
3*, first GR 4: 23 Device | Weapon
V-2
5*, first GR 2: 8 Device | Rockets
V-bomb
4*, first GR 4: 24 (- "incidents") Device | Rockets
V-bombardment
12: 75 Events | Rockets
V-bombardment
12: 75 Orthography Events | Rockets
V-E Day
3*, first GR 2: 9 Span | World War II
V-for-victory
16: 129 Orthography Gesture | World War II
V-Mann
19: 166 (Wimpe, the -) Functions | IG Farben
V-weapons
2*, first GR 18: 151 Device | Rockets
Valkyrie
18: 151 ([Blowitt's] rainbowed - over Peenemünde) Figures | Mythology
valley-slope
12: 74 (south -s of the Rhine) Orthography Landscape/Around the World | Nature
valve-piece
15: 119 Orthography Device | Mechanics
Vanya
19: 155 (- [...] token Slav}, 155, 156, 158 Figures | Weimar Republic
Variable Slothrop
4: 27 Characters | Slothrop
Varsovian
5: 34 (- shadow-ministers) Person from | Poland
Varvara Nikolaevna
17: 139 Figures | The White Visitation
Vaseline
7: 43 Brand | Bodies
Vat 69
2*, first GR 2: 9 Liquor/Drinking | Alcohol
Vauxhall Bridge
2: 11 Constructions | London
Venus
13: 88 (a mandate from the submontane -), 88 (- and Ariadne!) Deity/Religion | Mythology
very
8: 52 (- reliable) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Very High
12: 73 (one of the -) Them
VI b Group Staffs at the Chemical Instrumentality for the Abnormal
19: 164 IG Farben
Vicar
17: 143 (- de la Nuit) Person from | Christianity
Vichy
5: 34 (- traitors) City/Around the World | France
Victorian
3*, first GR 2: 12 (- cross) Span | United Kingdom
Quisling
21: 176 (- molecules) Last Name Fascism | Norway
Vincentesque invaders
20: 170 Illness | Medicine
VIP
1: 3 (green-stained - faces)
virgin-blue
14: 102 Orthography Description | Colours
vitamin-poor
20: 170 (- tissue) Orthography Objects | Medicine
Vladimir
7: 42 Animals/Critters | London
vuhvuhvuh
9: 53 (moves shivering -) Rare Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
W.A.A.F.
18: 151 (the - officer) Organisation | Armies
W.C.
3*, first GR 3: 17 Objects | Hygiene
W.C. Fields
2: 12 (a walking stick with -'s head) Actors/Film | United States
wait
16: 125 Interjection/Dictionary | Vocabulary
wait in hushed expectancy
16: 122 ([R]ooms [...] -) Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Wales
20: 170 Countries/Around the World | United Kingdom
Wall
2*, first GR 18: 145 (from across the -) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Walt Disney
16: 135 Entertaiment | United States
Walter Asch
2*, first GR 18: 152 Figures | Interbellum
Walter Rathenau
3*, first GR 19: 163 (the late foreign minister -), 166 Politician | Weimar Republic
Wandervogel
2*, first GR 14: 99 (A - in the mountains of Pain) Germany
want
15: 126 (and does [Jessica] really - to bring [Roger] out, really?) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
wanting
14: 97 Emotion | Bodies
War
7*, first GR 9: 54 (but not The -, not the great struggle of good and evil the wireless reports everyday) Capitalised Conflicts | World War II
War Department
14: 105 Authorities | World War II
War Office
19: 164 Agencies | Germany
war-address
16: 136 Orthography Language/Dictionary | World War II
war-drain
16: 133 Orthography Language/Dictionary | World War II
war-identity
16: 136 Orthography Language/Dictionary | World War II
war-neurosis
8: 47 (- ward) Orthography Illness | War
War-state
12: 76 Language/Dictionary | World War II
war-wisecrack
16: 126 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Humour
Wardour Street
15: 115 Street/Around the World | London
warm-skirted
9: 58 (- thighs) Orthography Description | Bodies
WAS TUST DU FÜR DIE FRONT, FÜR DEN SIEG? WAS HAST DU HEUTE FÜR DEUTSCHLAND GETAN?
12: 72 Slogan | Third Reich
Wassenaar
14: 95 Location/Around the World | The Netherlands
wastrel
1: 4 (drunken -s) Rare Language/Dictionary | United Kingdom
water-green
10: 67 (the light is thick and -.) Orthography Description | Colours
Waterloo Station
6: 37 Railway Station | London
we
3*, first GR 9: 54 Pronouns/Dictionary | Word Clusters
we know he's your schoolmate but it's too risky bringing him in
3: 19 Expression/Dictionary | Them
We make Ndjambi Karunga now, omuhona
14: 100 Expression/Dictionary | Namibia
We must never lose control
17: 144 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
we will never see again
19: 166 (species -) Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
weasel-worded
21: 177 ([Jeremy's] - come-along) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
weather-worn
14: 94 Orthography Weather | Fabric
Webley Silvernail
2*, first GR 12: 79 Characters | London
Wednesday
2*, first GR 7: 44 (- nights on the BBC) Span | Day
Weekly Intelligence Summaries
3: 18 Text/Texts | Spying
weepers
16: 127 Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
Weimar
2*, first GR 18: 152 (the - decadence) Span | Weimar Republic
Weimaraner
2*, first GR 3: 18 Animals/Critters | Third Reich
well-chosen
19: 159 Orthography Well-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
well-fucked
17: 143 Orthography Well-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
well-known
5*, first GR 3: 17 (- faces) Orthography Well-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
well-liked
10: 65 Orthography Well-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
well-scrubbed
1: 6 (this - day) Orthography Well-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
well-set-up
5: 35 (- young man) Orthography Well-series/Dictionary | Word Clusters
Welsh
20: 169 (- comic-provincial), 170 Nationality | United Kingdom
Welshman
20: 169 (the - in Henry V), 170, 172 (Is the woolly - gonve raving mad, then?) Person from | United Kingdom
Wembley
3: 19 Borough | London
Wendell Willkie
16: 135 (-!) Politician | United States
were-elves
16: 125 Orthography Animals/Critters | Mythology
Werner von Braun
0: 1 Engineer | Rockets
Wessex Saddleback
1: 5 Animals/Critters | United Kingdom
West End
20: 170 (- catalogues of genteel signs and symptoms), 173 (those in the -, and north of the river are not [expendable]) Borough | London
West Indian
10: 62 Person from | Carribean
West lndians
2*, first GR 5: 30 Person from | Carribean
Western
21: 176 (the demons known to the main sequence of - magic as the Qlippoth) Direction | Planet Earth
Western European
18: 153 Geography/Around the World | Europe
Western-man
5: 36 (the poor -'s timetable) Orthography Person from | Europe
WHAM!
8: 52 Expression/Dictionary | Interjection
Whappo
2*, first GR 10: 69 (-, a Norwegian mulatto lad, who has a fetish for horsy paraphernalia), 69, 70 Person from | Only One Of It
what
16: 131 (- the War wants) Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
What about the girls?
13: 91 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
"What did the Cockney exclaim to the cowboy from San Antonio?"
20: 168 Expression/Dictionary | Humour
(when)
10: 66 (-...) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
where'd-he-go-there-he-is
20: 171 Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Family
which
9: 59 (- war you mean) Pronouns/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Whig
12: 82 Politician | United Kingdom
White Cocksman
10: 69 (the - of the terre mauvais) Symbol | Only One Of It
White Zombie
14: 106 Film Title/Film | United States
white-crumpled
16: 131 (- veils) Orthography Description | Colours
white-lit
20: 169 Orthography Description | Light
white-painted
16: 134 (- tanks) Orthography Description | Colours
Whitehall
4*, first GR 2: 14 Building - Space | London
whitish-gray
12: 82 (a - veil) Orthography Description | Colours
Whitneys
4: 28 Family | United States
Whittaker and Watson
9: 55 Book Title/Texts | Mathematics
who are all these people
16: 125 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
whole-wide-world-can-sing
10: 62 Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Song
whoomp
2: 8 Sound | Interjection
whose names he has never heard
1: 3 (places -) Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
why
13: 87 Pronouns/Dictionary | Vocabulary
wide-shouldered
16: 127 (- swagger coats) Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Will Stonybloke
10: 65 Figures | Boston
William Perkin
19: 166 Scientist/Science | Chemistry
William Schwenck Gilbert & Arthur Sullivan
15: 116 Composer/Music | United Kingdom
William —
2*, first GR 4: 21 (-, the first transatlantic Slothrop), 27 (- the very first [Slothrop]) Figures | Slothrop
Wim
14: 104, 105 Figures | The Netherlands
Wimpe
2*, first GR 18: 152 (- the IG-man) Person from | IG Farben
wind-burned
9: 57 Orthography Weather | Bodies
Windmill
2*, first GR 4: 22 Theatre | London
window-hollow
12: 73 (saintless -s) Orthography Structure | The White Visitation
'wine jellies'
15: 116 Candy | United Kingdom
wine-colored
14: 107 (- façonné velvet) Orthography Description | Colours
Churchill
16: 135 (How about -?) Last Name Politician | United Kingdom
Winter
10: 60 (-, 1944) Span | Year
winter-pale
20: 168 Orthography Description | Colours
winter-silver
9: 55 Orthography Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
wire-mesh
20: 169 (the - fighter runways) Orthography Constructions | The White Visitation
Wisc.
10: 60 State/Around the World | United States
Wisconsin
10: 60 State/Around the World | United States
witch
2*, first GR 14: 96, 98 Capitalised Person from | Magic
witch-country
4: 28 Orthography Description | Massachusetts
witch-paranoia
14: 95 Orthography Paranoia | Rockets
Witchcraft Act
5: 33 Law and Order | United Kingdom
with no general term
14: 94 (a power series -) Expression/Dictionary | Mathematics
wiv
8: 52 (WHAM! out - the old tentacle, home to poisoning and supper) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Wolseley Wasp
4: 20 (a '37 -) Brand | Cars
wood-wife
14: 96 Orthography Person from | Mythology
Woodbines
2*, first GR 16: 125 (puffs off of stale -), 126 Brand | Tobacco
Woolworth's
15: 114 Company | United Kingdom
"Worcestershire sauce"
15: 119 Food and Drinks | United Kingdom
Word
4: 25 (a - spoken with no warning into your ear, and then silence forever), 25 (not the -, the one - that rips apart the day), 27, 27 (- in the Scriptures), 28 (shit, money and the -) Language/Dictionary | Christianity
work-therapy
4: 24 Orthography Act | Labour
World War
3*, first GR 13: 84 Events | World War I
World War II
3*, first GR 2: 16 Events | World War II
World War Two
16: 125 (Lovely morning, -.) Events | World War II
would have
5: 36 (she - laughed) Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Would You Rather Be a Colonel with an Eagle on Your Shoulder, or a Private with a Chicken on Your Knee?
12: 80 Song/Music | World War I
Wrens (Women's Royal Navy Service)
2*, first GR 4: 23 ([Slothrop's] two -), 25 ([Slothrop's] two -) Organisation | United Kingdom
wrinkle-black
20: 170 (- microscope) Orthography Description | Colours
wrought-ironwork
18: 149 (open-ribbed -) Orthography Structure | Metallurgy
Wuotan
2*, first GR 11: 72 (- and his mad army) Deity/Religion | Mythology
"Wütende Heer"
12: 75 (-, that company of spirits who ride the heaths of the sky in furious hunt, with great Wuotan at their head) Fictional Movie Title/Film | Third Reich
WW II
2*, first GR 4: 22 Conflicts | World War II
x
13: 84 (Strobe's stimulus -) Symbol | Mathematics
X-ray
20: 170 (- ghosts of bones) Orthography Technique | Medicine
Xmas
3*, first GR 15: 114 (- shopping) Calendar | Christianity
Xth Programme
18: 147 (the aethereal -) Radio Program | Death
yang-yin
13: 88 (- rubbish) Orthography Concepts | Religion
Yank
3*, first GR 2: 7 (blending machine won from - this summmer) United States
Yaqui
2*, first GR 4: 20 Ethnicity/Around the World | United States
"Yardbird"
10: 63 (- Parker) Nick Names | Music
yawing-drunk
20: 171 (- chattering) Orthography Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
year
15: 116 (- ago) Span | Time
yearning
14: 98 Capitalised Emotion | Bodies
Yorkshire
2*, first GR 6: 41 (a quiet - girl) Counties/Around the World | United Kingdom
Yorkshire pudding
12: 80 Food and Drinks | United Kingdom
you
3*, first GR 1: 4 (to save -) Pronouns/Dictionary | Word Clusters
"You never did the Kenosha Kid"
2*, first GR 10: 61 Text/Texts | Slothrop
you're
3*, first GR 6: 39 (Does your mother know - out like this.) Language/Dictionary | Vocabulary
you're my last chance . . . if it can't be you then there's no more time
5: 36 Expression/Dictionary | Love
you've
16: 121 Verb: Have/Dictionary | Word Clusters
young
7: 46 Phenomenon | Life
Young Chaps from Kings Road
12: 80 London
young prig
7: 43 Insult | Vocabulary
your
13: 83 (- little thing) Pronouns/Dictionary | Word Clusters
your sound will be the sizzling night
2: 13 Expression/Dictionary | Vocabulary
"yours"
21: 177 Pronouns/Dictionary | Vocabulary
Youthful Folly
2: 13 Behaviour | Life
yowzah
10: 64 (-!) Exclamation/Dictionary | Interjection
yowzah gwine smoke a little ob dis hyah sheeit gib de wrinkles in mah brain a process! straighten ’em all raht out, sho nuf!
10: 62 Rare Expression/Dictionary | United States
Ypres
12: 77 (- salient) City/Around the World | Belgium
Yrjö
15: 119 (- a pretender but the true king), 119 Fictional Person | Europe
Zeltinger
19: 163 Wine/Drinking | Germany
Zener cards
6: 40 Device | Esoterism
Zener-deck
12: 78 Orthography Device | Esoterism
zero
18: 149 (the ideology of the -), 150 Capitalised Number | Mathematics
Zipf's Principle of Least Effort
5: 32 Theorem | Psychology
Zippo
2*, first GR 3: 18 (- flints) Brand | Tobacco
Zouave
2*, first GR 13: 91 Military | France
§6.72
13: 83 Text/Texts | Books
Δ-t
19: 159 (- approaching zero), 159 (- is just a convenience) Concepts | Physics