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  • n. Plural form of neologist.

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Examples

  • Révai, Kazinczy, and a school of so-called neologists, c.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 7: Gregory XII-Infallability

  • But after the taxpayers in Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece and Spain had paid their contribution in 2008, ensuring that the supposedly creative neologists could carry on with their business, the neologism proved to be telling in more ways than one.

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  • Couric wondered if the phrase would make it into pop culture and the dictionary, as past presidents were “proud” neologists.41 You know it: Couric gets the Nina Burleigh award as well!

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  • Add more? p.s. Check out the worthy Word Mint, where a team of dedicated neologists (if that's not a word, now it is) churn 'em out on a daily basis.

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  • Plus, Bill was the king of neologists, a man of his own language; yes, that's a wonderland for me, but then how long can a human being endure under headphones?

    NOISE!!!!!

  • Bloggers are the new neologists, if not the new etymologists.

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  • And I should as soon think of quarrelling with the janitor for not magnifying his office by hostile sallies into the street like the Governor of Kertch or Kinburn, as of quarrelling with the professors for not admiring the young neologists who pluck the beards of Euclid and Aristotle, or for attempting themselves to fill their vacant shelves as original writers.

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  • It was the Bible that inspired all the neologists of the sixteenth century; the

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  • Thus the book is expressly attested by the New Testament on the three points made the stumbling-block of neologists -- the predictions, the narratives of miracles, and the manifestations of angels.

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • And I should as soon think of quarrelling with the janitor for not magnifying his office by hostile sallies into the street, like the Governor of Kertch or Kinburn, as of quarrelling with the professors for not admiring the young neologists who pluck the beards of Euclid and Aristotle, or for not attempting themselves to fill their vacant shelves as original writers.

    English Traits (1856)

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