New made up word of the day

Towards a new and more descriptive language

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The other day I typed a word in a comment that really wasn’t a word, but when you read it, you knew just what it meant. Today the Daily Post folks want me to morph a word as part of the Daily Prompt.

words-639303_640Coincidence? I think not. I think the Daily Post people are in cahoots with the Google bots and the National Security Administration to monitor my online presence for possible nefarious deeds and thoughts. Just a minute, I’ve got to adjust my tin foil hat. There, that’s better. Now, where was I? Oh, yes, that conspiracy theory of mine. Well, maybe not.

Anyway, here’s that word I thought up. I guess it’s really just the adjective version of the noun Niagara, which seems to be a word, at least according to some of the online dictionary sites.

Niagaric (adjective) – in amounts similar to the flow of Niagara Falls; prolific; abundant.

She cried Niagaric tears. My English Bulldog has Niagaric slobber.

I think this word has legs. We can even morph it to Niagarically, so we can have a version to purge when we’re out gunning for adverbs to remove from our writing, as in “My nose is running Niagrically bad.”

So, let’s all do our part to get the word Niagaric into the daily lexicon so we can finally get a companion adjective for those times when one of our posts unleashes a “Niagara of views.” That was a Niagaric post!

Morphing

Author: rudyblues57

A fellow traveler in our journey around the neighborhood thermonuclear explosion. Full of random thoughts and esoteric observations about the human condition, how we treat each other, and other detritus of life.

13 thoughts on “New made up word of the day”

  1. Bad news, a representative already used the word in reference to William Jennings Bryant at the 1912 Democratic Convention. Still though, your definition is useful for context 🙂

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