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The YUNiversity 12 Dec 17
Are you a “textrovert”?
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Tony Thorne Nov 19
Try to keep up The Rise of ‘LOLwear’: A Very British Fashion Phenomenon via
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David Gill Mar 13
"To reactionise" as a stronger alternative "to actionise"
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Sophia montgomery 22 Jan 18
psychpathologisation - when someone accuses another of having a psychopathology to win an argument or for other bad faith reasons. Neologism created by
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David Astle Sep 16
Keming (noun) - any word misread due to improper kerning.
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Margaret L Ruwoldt May 28
Synonym: flubbish, reflubbishment (esp. in relation to home renovations and branding redesigns). Coined late 1990s by my (then) boss, Stephen J Williams, a poet and editor.
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💧Gareth Davidson 4 Jun 18
Today's strategy meeting : disasterpiece
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Parag Khanna 2 Sep 18
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Ginny Battson 27 Sep 17
Praximund (latin; process/Earth) the deepest possible respect for natural processes
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Alan Johnson Feb 12
I used a word in Sunday's sermon I learned from my wife, . "Trund:" a trend that has run its course. Turns out she made it up; it wasn't even a real word. It is now!
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Mediocre Pixelated Drama Grackle 14 Nov 17
Today’s : Autopoopulate Verb : when your browser form management system puts a bunch of incorrect crap in every field that you then have to manually edit.
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DrBBirch Nov 1
Sad to say that this is timely.
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Aseem Inam Aug 19
Does the term clarify or confuse our understanding of and efforts to overcome it [e.g. in ]? “Neoliberalism is the linguistic omnivore of our times, a that threatens to swallow up all the other words around it.”
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Language on the Move 19 Apr 18
RT : Kidults are also called rejuveniles or permalescents.
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Kingshuk Das May 20
👇This thread, oddly, made me want to coin some new names for random things I've noticed recently--which may or may not be related to the current zeitgeist.
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[ pf ]* May 16
BINDICATOR noun: the first neighbour to put their bins out, so the rest of you know whether it's green bin week or yellow bin week… 💚💛🗑️
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Tony Thorne Mar 30
-of-the-day (so far) 'sadopopulism'
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Dr Darren Saunders 27 Feb 18
Thalassostalgia - intense state of longing for the ocean. Induced by deprivation of immersion. 🌊 🏊 🏄
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Rosalind Harvey 19 Oct 17
Motion to replace 'politically correct' with 'ethically sound'
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David Astle Feb 2
SKILLJOY - that friend who's always better than you...at everything.
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