n.— «“I think the country is entitled to know he is young, vigorous, and full of spizerinctum.” [Sen. Alexander Wiley (R) Wis.] said spizerinctum was a word coined by an old banker in his town of Chippewa Falls, Wis., to describe someone full of pep and vitality.» —“TV Makes Ike ‘Look Old’” in Washington, D.C. Independent (Pasadena, California) May 11, 1956. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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