global weirding
 n.— «‘‘It could be colder, it could be drier, it could be wetter, it could be warmer,’’ said Katy Moss Warner, the new president of the horticulture society. If you can’t exactly point to the climate changes as evidence of global warming, perhaps you can call it global weirding.» —“Bananas in the Backyard” by Anne Raver New York Times Nov. 7, 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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