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Wednesday Word: Sniglet

Sniglet

A sniglet is a neologism coined by comedian Rich Hall in segments on a 1980s HBO comedy show, Not Necessarily The News. I only knew them from the books, so it was delightful to see them in action on YouTube. Sniglets are words perfectly suitable for modern times, as you'll see below!



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