word that, if it were a word, would have given me a handsome score in
Words With Friends. Also one of those words which should be a word. As
George Carlin said, the concept of chalance exists. fangle To fashion something, but not in a pioneering, innovative or iconoclastic way. A product engineer might fangle a kitchen mixer with slightly better blades or a razor that stays sharper a little longer. The thing may be said to be fangled, but certainly not newfangled.
Sesquipedalophobia, the fear of long words, terrifies its sufferers with the very naming of its diagnosis. For their sake, in a consciousness-raised behavioral healthcare environment, let’s propose a new name for the malady; e.g., plep.
A playful series of short poems titled with the single
words the poems are about. Spontannuity An Elvis impersonator I once interviewed used this localism more than twice. You can understand it to mean a specified income payable at stated intervals for a fixed or a contingent period, such as a lifetime, in consideration of a gargantuan pompadoured banana skating across frozen bacon grease.