No neologisms, please!
And I swear, I never heard anyone use the word “bullish” until Knights started using it.
Yes, I prefer to use ‘taurine ‘ as well.
triumvirate - ala Warner, Smith & Bancroft
My nominated word for today (and its first appearance on BB):
Appropriate, considering we are all vexillophiles.
My interest in that has started to flag.
I anticipate you will reconsider when we fly a new pennent in September.
It’ll be a new standard.
XVII would be the new standard.
Malapropism. One of my favourites since I caught G. Baum misusing it, but unfortunately that wasn’t a malapropism in and of itself.
Greg, if you’re reading, please man up and reply to my email.
Not in my dictionary. Meaning and where found?
It’s Straight Outa Hogwarts!
I thought it might be something like that.
So U think I should choose a different word?
You are free to run with my “cakamity” from the Locations thread.
I suspect it means the appearance of a really dirty nappy!
You’ve changed the spelling but the word is still artificial. Cerulean is a word.
Woo hoo ! ■■■■■■■ A! I was feeling so cerulean that it made me feel cerulius.