Re: Inventing words unnecess -Reply

Subject: Re: Inventing words unnecess -Reply
From: Mike Bygrave <bygravem -at- INTUITIVE -dot- CO -dot- UK>
Date: Mon, 10 Jun 1996 10:14:55 +-100

> If we need a word to fit a particular
> situation, we invent one.

However, most of the words that get invented already have perfectly
acceptable synonyms - it's just that the authors who make up the words
don't know them.

For instance, can you think of existing, 'real' words which describe the

etc. etc.

Answers on a postcard please ;-)

Mike Bygrave (bygravem -at- intuitive -dot- co -dot- uk)
"1966 was a great year for English football - Cantona was born."

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