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New words - 25 August 2014

kninkles plural noun wrinkles above the knee

No more kninkles (that’s knee wrinkles): Now there’s a £300 lunchtime lift that promises to banish that saggy skin. 115 more words

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Neologism

Neologism – /niːˈɒlədʒɪzəm/; from Greek νέο- néo-, ‘new’ and λόγος lógos, ‘speech, utterance’, borrowed from the French, néologisme in the 1700s, is the creation of new words, which of course is nothing new, Shakespeare was a master neologist and before him, well, someone had to invent them. 744 more words

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Actual Words

When I was a little girl growing up many-a-word left my mouth. Many-a-word had I coined. I would have conversations with others and with myself about if some things I uttered were actual words or just something I made up. 479 more words

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Lakes Get Tsunami's Too, Damn It!

Today, I got to work at the local county fair in the tsunami room. Yes, we have a tsunami room. It’s way cooler than it sounds, I promise. 816 more words

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New Words: Oxford Dictonary's New Words Are Cray-Cray

It’s so amazeballs I wanna air-punch! No, we haven’t gone cray-cray.  The Oxford Online Dictionary just released a list of noobs, so we thought we’d give you a quick review of our favorites. 21 more words

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New Words ~ 7

I tried a new recipe today = Ben bugün yeni bir yemek tarifi denedim.

I cant be a cook because I am not talented = Ben aşçı olamam çünkü ben marifetli değilim.

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