- Plut(o) + -oid (Wiktionary)
“OK, Pluto is now a "plutoid" as are many other asteroids that are the size of pluto -- pay attention science teachers -- plutoid should now be in your book.”
“Planet Pluto fans rebel against 'plutoid' designation, New Scientist”
“Today, in her retirement flat in Surrey, England, Phair learned she would have to settle for having named a "plutoid.”
“Pluto gets a new name: plutoid | Oddly Enough | Reuters”
“Last year the IAU went further by reclassifying Pluto as a plutoid, essentially ruling out Pluto's planetary status because it sits beyond Neptune and fails to clear out asteroids and other smaller debris from its orbital neighborhood.”
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Insults that make me laugh. Some of these are re-contextualized because they sound like insults to me.
A roster of adjectives that infrequently surface in typical conversation and writing. Many are dredged from scientific or other technical jargon or sieved from examples of disused archaic forms.
Types of planets.
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