from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Of, or pertaining to, neologisms.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to neology; neological.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to neology or neologists; neological.
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Those narratives will flow a lot better without words like neologistic, numismatic, and nanotechnology cluttering things up.
His prose, casually neologistic and making deft use of sci-fi tropes, is bracingly sharp.
All are agreed that he was both a logophile and a bibliophile as attested to by his love of etymology and neologistic wordplay, and the over 10,000 books in his personal library.
(He reprimanded me for using neologistic Italian-language performance directions but not conjugating the verbs correctly.)
Impressively, the word is now ranked number four for new words of 2010 by a group of self-appointed purveyors of the neologistic world.
Though I have had some fun coming up with neologistic verb forms, based on the anglo-saxon tenses for defecate: As in, "Did you tweet?"
In fact, I might even be inclined to argue that English is fundamentally a neologistic language.
Had I been born a few years earlier I'd refer to those engaged in space travel as "space travelers" and eschew that particular leak in the dyke holding back the neologistic swamp.
You once said that being a neologistic poet is a way of life.
As a married couple they would occasionally take the Chao Phraya river boat to the museum so that they might reminisce about those meetings of their youth, thank the preserved specimens that had saved them from life, and maintain a lexicographical stance that words like "death" should mean precisely that despite the vehement denials, neologistic concoctions of a heavenly overture, and anthromorphic self-made mythologies of the masses.