dictionary attack

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Dictionary Attack (plural Dictionary attacks)

  1. The use of very long words in order to break an online opponent's will. As we know, many people online are incredibly dim. Using dictionary attacks can compromise their sense of security and send their cortex into an infinite loop, meaning victory for your good self.


  • "Your fatuous fallacy is fearsomely fruitless in the face of fearsome and frivolous foolishness!"