Monday, August 21, 2006

Neologism

Recrap (n): The glut of narrative information pinning a story down like a lead weight. An expository dump. From recap (noun: "a recapitulation") and crap (noun: "excrement," "nonsense; drivel," "refuse; rubbish; junk; litter").

This "word" came to me on Sunday (inspired by my earlier sections of Book #4, before I started writing scattershot) and I had to share. Component definitions come from the Random House College Dictionary, revised edition, 1975.

As you were. :)

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1 Comments:

Anonymous colleen said...

There is a magic to letters ... adding and substracting them... and what they can create and SPELL.

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