- n. alternative spelling of non-word.
“On the “disgust” theory, moving the bracketing out one notch, the nonword “puqwification” has a nice Elmer Fudd ring to it.”
“Driving home the point that Palin is an idiot, LGM uses the nonword "spindler.”
“By "Art" the editors meant not pictures but words about pictures, and about other forms of nonword art.”
“Former Alaska governor tweets her opposition to the mosque, uses a nonword.”
“By subtracting the nonword-activated regions from the sentence-activated regions, the researchers found a number of language regions that were quickly and reliably identified in individual brains.”
“I found his recent Internet posting (I refuse to use the nonword "blog") very helpful.”
““I was taught that normalcy was a nonword,” writes Floyd Norris, chief financial correspondent of the New York Times, “a poor substitute for normality invented by one of our worst presidents, and that educated people avoided the word.”
“[1961-64] edition of the Oxford English Dictionary, making it a much used nonword in Great Britain.”
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