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New words enter into common use every day. Now is your chance to add one to the English language. Send us the perfect neologism to describe any of these orphaned definitions, and if your word wins, you’ll receive linguistic immortality—and a handsome new AMERICAN SCHOLAR tote bag. (Can’t see the form below? Email your entries to us directly at email@example.com or click here.)
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