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- adj. exhibiting malapropism
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The malapropistic "El Presidento" is a nice touch, though.
I was just making a malapropistic link between echelon and eschaton…
As Margaret Duckett has pointed out, these two bore interesting resemblances to Mark Twain and Bret Harte.22 A malapropistic mother and her practical daughter supplied heavy-handed comic scenes neither Livy nor Anna Harte could bear them.
Expect our frigid nightmare to continue until the 'Shaft decides that scorching summer heat might provide a better backdrop to his cranky, malapropistic wit.
In the back yard next to mine, young Mateo sometimes raised his voice in malapropistic song.
Robert A. Fowkes New York University A.Missile-any of Shots by a Poor Marksman Vaguely related to spoonerisms are a number of instances of utterances connected by an unthemely common theme with some juncture, some assonance, a few malapropistic and apropostic features, foul wordplay, and untenable juxtapositions.