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Fine, acceptableor normal; excellent, realistic, legitimateor authentic.
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Maybe this just demonstrates how far out of the mainstream Duke Lit is, but most of these seem perfectly cromulent to me.
As a – logism, neo – or paleo -, this is decided un-cromulent.
"Obstrufication"?? notafiree seems like a perfectly cromulent word to me
What follows, are just a few of these perfectly cromulent innovations:
I was going to go for the “cromulent” reference, but you beat me to it.
As a –logism, neo– or paleo-, this is decided un-cromulent.
It would certainly be cromulent if “crapweasel” made it into the next OED.
Indeed, it appears to be a perfectly cromulent hand.
Ferule & Fescue Flavia 2010
Saying Lopez and Morrison changed everything is a perfectly cromulent argument.
And - just a thought - "embiggen" is already part of children's vocabulary from The Simpsons - a "perfectly cromulent word" so could you use it and by analogy "ensmallen"?
Going digital - with 26 crows and a bucket Stroppy Author 2010