Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to neology; having the character of neology or neologism.
- adj. Of or pertaining to neology.
“Wordie is many things to many people, one of which is a neological playground.”
“One is the old orthodox way, the other a more probable neological plan.”
“Rationalismus_, one of the latest and feeblest apologies for neological thought:”
“Wolff cannot be termed a Rationalist in the common acceptation of the term, though his doctrines contributed to the growth of neological thinking.”
“At the same time, the advocates of the neological system, being the predominant party in the clergy, succeeded in effecting some alterations in the prayers and hymns of the Church in accommodation to their errors.”
“Newspapers are busy with extracts; -- much complaining that it is "abstruse," neological, hard to get the meaning of.”
“And give the word neologism to our language, as a root, and it should give us its fellow substantives, neology, neologist, neologization; its adjectives, neologous, neological, neologistical; its verb, neologize; and adverb neologically.”
“And give the word neologism to our language, as a root, and it should give us it's fellow substantives, neology, neologist, neologisation; it's adjectives neologous, neological, neologistical, it's verb neologise, and adverb neologically.”
“Q Are there any additional neological emergences to your works and/or writing process that you've noticed during Zero History?”
“Kate: book idea: Shannon O'Neill's short stories/dream journal/neological obscenities D.”
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