The Undictionary

  • nakedety
    – I was unsure whether my nakedety was acceptable
  • kilometerage
    – I drove for ten hours just to get my kilometerage up
  • dogbonesque
    – The island was almost dogbonesque in shape
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Freelance stage manager; software and web tester; Excel and map geek; Tweeter; Blogger and Cake Eater. Often back-stage in and around Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire where I move scenes, or play with lights or sound.
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3 Responses to The Undictionary

  1. Margo says:

    >Sorry, but shouldn't that read "dogbonesque"?

  2. Margo says:

    >What about "Ominosity"?"The ominosity of the weather forecast for tomorrow was contrasted by the glorious weather we had today."

  3. Marly says:

    >Huh. I always thought it was "nakedidity". Thanks for the lesson. 😉

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