Posts Tagged ‘ made-up words ’

Losing words? Here are some new ones

July 26, 2017
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When I can’t sleep, or if I get bored while driving, sometimes I’ll amuse myself by making up words. If getting older means I’m going to start forgetting words—or at least have trouble retrieving them…

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Call it what you will: Made-up medical words

September 21, 2016
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In my day job, I’m a freelance medical copywriter, so I get to throw around a lot of clinical jargon. In my other day job, I write a humor blog, where I sometimes simply make…

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How to solve tip-of-the-tongue syndrome

May 4, 2016
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You get to be a certain age, and chances are you’ve known the frustration of being unable to recall a familiar word. It’s right there on the tip of your tongue–and, in fact, that’s what…

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