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New word Tuesdays

Clackhole – That aisle-side cubicle nearest to the washrooms, so you can hear the clackity-clack of heels all day long……

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New word Tuesdays

Craphole – a shitty situation you just can’t get out of…

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Almost There

It’s starting to feel like Instrument of Peace is a real book. It’s seen the editors and proofreaders and been formatted for publication. It even has a dedication and contents page and beautiful cover. 151 more words

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Polychotomous (adj.) – Going in any number of directions. Eg. This blog

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New word Tuesdays

Euphewmism – the better sounding word that you think of just in time to avoid an unpleasant situation…..

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Neologisms in the English Language

New words that haven’t quite yet been accepted into mainstream vocabulary are commonly referred to as ‘neologisms’.  The term neologism comes from the Greek words ‘neo’ (new) and ‘logo’ (speech or utterance). 974 more words