- Shortening of ecology (Wiktionary)
“How many times have you encountered the term "eco chic" or been hipped to the fact that "green is the new black"?”
“In an interview, Mr. Bennett said he regretted the use of the term eco-fascist, saying a staff member had inserted it into the e-mail without his knowledge or agreement.”
“He is credited as being the first to use the term eco-nomics to describe the point where the business of packaging, innovation, and sustainability converge.”
“This materials selection resulted in 50% fossil fuel use, 13% less in embodied carbon emissions in production, and a 58% reduction in what they termed eco-toxicity.”
“Chero has started his own line, The Original Bamboo-T-Brand, of what he describes as eco-friendly travel-utility clothing (mainly T-shirts and underwear) made from bamboo.”
“Even anti-environmentalist Ron Arnold, who coined the term eco-terrorist in Reason magazine in the early 1980s, came out with a statement in opposition to Roselle's terrorist label.”
“Violet Blue, author and editor of nearly two dozen sexual health books who coined the term eco-sexuals last year, says the green sex industry is a significant and growing force.”
“Star, Oct 3) and I wish to shed some light on the term eco-tourism.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘eco’.
¡La única lista que también incluye flexiónes verbales y pluralizaciones! Ayúdame a encontrarlas todas.
(Por ser una lista para Scrabble, los dígrafos ll, rr, y ch valen como una sola ...
cool prefixes to add to anything (noun, verb, adjective) to create a word, compound word or 2 word phrase.
examples: hyper = hypercharge ; phantom = phantom charge.
Words related to energy, and the saving thereof.
Words created by removing the end of a longer or original word. See also Fun with Aphesis.
short, sweet, epic, catchy, sassy, sexy & sizzling.
( personal list, randomness )
Looking for tweets for eco.