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  • Okay, it is not a "real" word except to a very small group of people. It was coined by a young boy playing Scrabble with adults. He added "up" to "clad," hopefully. The word was disallowed in the game, but lingered in the vocabulary, meaning "up and dressed"--for example, "We were not lounging around in bathrobes Saturday morning--we were upclad."

    June 14, 2007