Synonym: coinage, neology. Similar words: archaeologist, theological, ideological, ecologist, apologise, apologist, archeological, psychologist. Meaning: n. 1. a newly invented word or phrase 2. the act of inventing a word or phrase.
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1. I don't think these neologisms worth passing on to beginners.
2. She caught up a popular neologism from the newspapers.
3. The newspaper used the neologism "dinks", Double Income No Kids.
4. So the word is a relative neologism, and therefore lends itself easily to personal interpretations, for good or ill.
5. The novel displayed Rolfe's fondness for neologism, verbal sumptuousness, and quirky spelling in its best light.
6. Neologisms come and go very quickly in spoken language but tend to be less frequent in writing.
7. A dynamic attitude toward neologism is desirable.
8. He caught up a popular neologism from the newspapers.
9. Scientific neologism is itself just linguistic evolution gone self - conscious, as science is self - conscious common sense.
10. There should be two kinds of neologism dictionaries: the timely ones and the stable ones.
11. This article approaches neologism from the angle of semantic extension.
12. The color research of neologism in modern Chinese not only has sociolinguistic meaning,[sentencedict.com/neologism.html] but also has the value of Chinese lexics.
13. The fourth chapter speaks of the complex relation between the morphology and acceptation of neology and neologism.
14. We can take the changes of society as the basis, semantic extension and pragmatic extension as the approach and the emergence of neologism as the result.
More similar words: archaeologist, theological, ideological, ecologist, apologise, apologist, archeological, psychologist, ornithologist, paleontologist, theology, geology, ideology, archaeology, apologize, ecological, biological, pathological, chronological, technological, psychological, terminological, ornithological, seismology, ecological succession, neolithic, logic, logical, logically, illogical.