neologism

[nee-OLL-uh-jiz-um]

noun

A new word or expression.

“Human gaffe machine” is the perfect neologism for describing our fucking hilarious Vice President.

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melancholia

/ˌmɛlənˈkoʊliə/

noun

a kind of mental unsoundness characterized by extreme depression of spirits, ill-grounded fears, delusions, and brooding over one particular subject or train of ideas…

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vapid

[VAY-pid]

adjective

Lacking liveliness and spirit; dull.

This beer is skunked, vapid, and has a hint of piss to it.

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wherewithal

/ˈʰwɛərwɪðˌɔl/

noun

1 with which. 2 the necessary means or instrument.

If Charlie had the wherewithal, he’d hire a hooker every night to rub him off and read him to sleep.

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ectype

[EK-tahyp]

noun

A reproduction; copy.

The little prick sold us ectypes. What ecstasy pills do you know of that say, “Excedrin?!?!!”

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dapple

[DAP-uhl]

adjective

Marked with contrasting patches or spots; dappled.

“What’s with the dappled cock,” she said.

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credulous

/ˈkrɛdʒ ə ləs/

adjective

1 a apt to believe on slight evidence…

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