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- adj. That may be modified by the addition of an infix.
- adj. Taking the role of an infix.
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The quasi-infixal usage in abso-Pygmalion-lutely quoted by Eric Hamp reminds us of Portrait of the Artist as a Young Dog by Dylan Thomas, where we read, "` The chap I know says you can always tell a cuckoo from Bridgend, it goes:" Cuckbloodyoo! cuckbloodyoo! "'
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