I don’t need your dictionary; I gots my own lexicon

Merriam-Webster gives us a list of their favorite top-ten words that are not in the dictionary. I’ve heard ginormous before, and my sister has used slickery on occasion.
I have my own lexicon of made up words and phrases, although because of cognitive displaysia, there are some things I’ve forgotten to add.

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One comment on “I don’t need your dictionary; I gots my own lexicon
  1. jc klee says:

    how about the verb “kevork” meaning to exit, to leave; derived from Dr Jack Kevorkian
    “It was getting late so I had to kevork out of there and get home”

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