Re: Have you ever felt the need to create a new word?
> What that means exactly, well, that would depend on the software.I'll admit it: I have absolutley no idea what the word "statused"
means. Not even a guess. However, maybe I could guess at it if I saw it in context.
Well, my _guess_ would be something that has had a status applied to it.
> Yeah, context would surely make it clearer....maybe not.
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