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GUEST,Aldus Help: Spoonerisms (50) RE: Help: Spoonerisms 16 May 00

I am not quite sure what your question is. However, Spoonerism are usually defined as a transposition of sounds in two or more words> Strictly speaking, your examples would not qualify as true "spoonerisms". They have been called spoonerisms in reference to William a Victorian era Oxford Don who was prone to Spoonerisms.

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