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cartoonal

cartoonal  adj.— «For one thing, the paintings look, for the most part, like inanimate objects. Sillman describes one, aptly enough, as resembling a mattress strapped to the roof of a car. At least the drawings look like people, however...

rumourtrage

rumourtrage  n.— «The latest market neologism is “rumourtrage,” which means disseminating a rumour and trading on it. The practice has been around since coconuts were first traded but the proliferation of hedge funds and, more...

blessay

blessay  n.— «I wrote a Frankenstein “blessay.”  The reason there’s more “essay” than “blog” in that neologism is because there was more essay than blog in my contribution.» —“One Confused...

megaversity

megaversity  n.— «When individuals leave a school, for whatever reasons, and especially when they leave a small place like our College where we know each other far better than would be the case at large, sterile places like the huge...

conscience

conscience  v.— «“We not intimidating people,” said the angry, ugly, picket. “We are just attempting to conscientize them.” It seems that the American belief in the inalienable right of every noun to become a verb is...

upcyclable

upcyclable  adj.— «In this case, Melcher has made a volume about going green that they say is as recyclable as a water bottle. Unlike paper, it could even be “upcyclable”—McDonough and Braungart’s neologism that describes...