coined words

See: jargon
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Smize: The Smize pillar offers new technologies to create the fiercest "Smize," one of Banks' famously coined words that means, "smiling with your eyes.
The last chapter looks at language in life--slogans, common usages, newly coined words, and so on.
He coined words that have entered the international football language, such as libero.
Never far from the headlines, it is unsurprising that a barrage of media has infiltrated the minds of the UK - to the point where coined words BGT, simples and fauxmance have been warranted inclusion within the Collins English Dictionary.
Lam Akol and he is the one who owns a group of coined words SPLM?
OED items are labeled *, Webster's Third are labeled +, Webster's Biographical are labeled #, Random House are labeled @, and coined words are labeled -.
The Prime Minister's Office has advised ministries and agencies against using newly coined words and expressions that are difficult to understand, officials said Friday.
Mondialisation and hominimetre are but two of the many rare or coined words used by Depestre in the furtherance of his message, others including homme banian, hominisation, hominite, humanitude, militances.
Ledbetter characterized Moya's poetry as very lyrical, full of coined words and lush imagery, and comparable to the work of Dylan Thomas.
The names of Mazda's vehicles are all over the board from numbers to letters to natural words, to coined words.