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siblet (noun) : a niece or a nephew
Submitted by: on Sep. 05, 2016 17:05
subling (noun) : a niece or a nephew
I have a total of eight sublings.
Submitted by: on Sep. 04, 2016 22:26
kosmemophobia (noun) : the fear of jewelry
The worst part about kosmemophobia is that the condition itself is rare - so rare that its name is not "officially published" - but its trigger is extremely common.
Submitted by: Dave Carlson from Illinois on Aug. 29, 2016 18:02
vignette (noun) : an arrangement of objects in a pleasing composition
Submitted by: MaryAnne from Indiana on Aug. 29, 2016 12:39
(verb) : to cause (something, such as milk) to become frothy
Submitted by: Alicia and Brad from Maryland on Aug. 29, 2016 10:18
generacist (noun) : a person who discriminates against members of younger generations
Sorry to be a generacist, but those millennials are killing me.
Submitted by: on Aug. 28, 2016 18:43
generationist (noun) : a person who discriminates against members of younger generations
Sorry to be a generationist, but those millennials are killing me.
Submitted by: Mandy and Todd from Florida on Aug. 28, 2016 18:41
hashtaggery (noun) : the crafting or use of hashtags for social media posts
It's irritating to read tweets that are clogged up with rampant hashtaggery.
Submitted by: Laurie from New York on Aug. 27, 2016 13:00
alt-right (noun) : adherents of far-right ideologies that are an alternative to mainstream conservatism
Broadly, the alt-right is a loose collection of bloggers, activists, intellectuals, and media figures. It's conservative but unconcerned with the usual right-wing platform of low spending, low taxes, and small government. Instead, the alt-right is preoccupied with the status of white America... —Jamelle Bouie, Slate, AUG. 25, 2016
Submitted by: Anonymous on Aug. 26, 2016 12:37
burkini (noun) : a swimsuit usually of two pieces worn by some Muslim women that completely covers the body
In my mind, the burkini was always the practical, inevitable swimwear goal; the final stage in my journey to becoming a proper hijabi. —ROMAISSAA BENZIZOUNE, The New York Times, AUG. 26, 2016
Submitted by: Anonymous on Aug. 26, 2016 08:32