- n. A boomerang child.
- boomerang + -er (Wiktionary)
“In a way, anger is a boomerang -- so much so that we could rename it "boomeranger.”
“The typical stay is so long that researchers don't even count someone as a boomeranger until they've been home four months.”
“Until there's a job offer, this boomeranger says there's no place like home.”
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Markers of the zeitgeist, don't expect all of these to go the distance. The great majority are taken from Paul McFedries's excellent book "Wordspy"
retail therapy, compulsive shoppi..., clicks-and-mortar, dot.commer, middlescence, boomeritis, dorian graying, sandwich generation, boomeranger, full-nest syndrome, wellderly, brand equity and 226 more...
Newly coined words & phrases that aren't in the dictionary but hopefully will be.
chatterati, unprotected sleep, circling the drain, fauxtography, bobbleheading, be plutoed, telepathetic, malicious obedience, mouse potatoes, deferred success, keyboard dyslexia, dot-bombs and 38 more...
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