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waffo

waffo
 adj.— «Edward de Bono, creator of the well-known educational strategy to encourage creativity called “six thinking hats,” lamented the frequent use of the word “cool” as a compliment. He proposed a new word to replace cool, “waffo,” which is short for “warm form.”» —“Waffo? It’s better than cool” by Ruth Loveranes The Australian (Sydney, Australia) Nov. 15, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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