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a word or phrase commonly used in Canadian rather than British or American English. an instance of speech, behavior, customs, etc., typical of Canada.1. An inkhorn is a small, portable container formerly used to hold writing ink and originally made of horn. Malaprop, whose name is derived from the French mal à propos ‘inappropriate,’ continually confuses and misapplies words and phrases, e.g., “As headstrong as an allegory [alligator] on the banks of the Nile.” (III, iii)A person known for using malapropisms is often called a Mrs.the science or study of secret writing, especially code and cipher systems.2. of, pertaining to, or noting the simplified form of hieratic writing used in ancient Egypt.3. It symbolizes pedantry and affected erudition in this expression as well as in the phrase to smell of the inkhorn ‘to be pedantic’ The expression, now archaic, dates from at least 1543.malapropism The ridiculous misuse of similar sounding words, sometimes through ignorance, but often with punning or humorous intent. Malaprop, a pleasant though pompously ignorant character in Richard B. Malaprop.mumbo jumbo See GIBBERISH.portmanteau word A word formed by the blending of two other words. a linguistic or cultural trait peculiar to the states siding with the Union during the Civil War.4. It is but a short step from the now obsolete literal meaning of bombast ‘cotton-wool padding or stuffing for garments’ to its current figurative sense of verbal padding or turgid language. a linguistic or cultural trait peculiar to the New England states.(See also DICTION, GIBBERISH, PROFANITY.)bombast Pretentious speech; high-flown or inflated language.The vernacular is the natural, everyday pattern of speech, usu. an expression or construction peculiar to Hebrew.2. — Hebraistic, Hebraic, state or quality of a given word’s having the same spelling as another word, but with a different sound or pronunciation and a different meaning, as lead ’guide’ and lead ’metal.’ Cf. Depending on the context, such a word can be considered unpopular and taboo one day and “safe” the next.gobbledegook Circumlocutory and pretentious speech or writing; official or professional jargon, bureaucratese, officialese.
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syn: language, dialect, jargon, vernacular refer to patterns of vocabulary, syntax, and usage characteristic of communities of various sizes and types. a contention marked by the careless or incorrect use of words; a mean-ingless battle of words. Malaprop, a character prone to such uses, in The Rivals, by Richard Brinsley Sheridan]2. word formation by the addition of both a prefix and a suffix to a stem or word, as international.2. a use of words regarded as obscuring ideas or reality; verbiage.1. This contemptuous British expression comes from bumf, a portmanteau type contraction for bum fodder ‘toilet paper.’ It has been used figuratively since the 1930s.claptrap Bombast, high-sounding but empty language.
language is applied to the general pattern of a people or nation: the English language. word formation by the addition of a suffix to a phrase or compound word, as nickel-and-diming. in certain languages, the use of the familiar second person in cases where the formal third person is usually found and expected.3. The word derives from the literal claptrap, defined in one of Nathan Bailey’s dictionaries (1727-31) as “a trap to catch a clap by way of applause from the spectators at a play.” The kind of high-flown and grandiose language actors would use in order to win applause from an audience gave the word its current meaning.dirty word A word which because of its associations is highly controversial, a red-flag word; a word which elicits responses of suspicion, paranoia, dissension, etc.; a sensitive topic, a sore spot.