One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Although, thinking about it, I'm sure my vocabulary has been enlarged in previously unexplored directions by the energetic neologists of spam.’
- ‘In 2001 Hebden perfected what neologists might term ‘folktronica’ on Pause, a late summer's melange of delicate found-sound sonics and charmingly recontextualised acoustic melodies and beats.’
- ‘Always the playful neologist (pertussion is his coinage from the technical term for whooping cough, pertussis), Wallace has lately become a professor of literature.’
- ‘So how did 20th century neologists go about creating new words?’
- ‘She calls herself an intactivist, neologist and birthkeeper.’
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