Neologize
Neologize Ne*ol"o*gize, v. i. 1. To introduce or use new words or terms or new uses of old words. [1913 Webster]

2. To introduce innovations in doctrine, esp. in theological doctrine. [1913 Webster]


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  • neologize — (Amer.) v. coin a new word or expression; use new words or phrases; invent new religious doctrines, accept new religious principle (also neologise) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • neologize — [nē äl′əjīz΄] vi. neologized, neologizing [Fr néologiser: see NEOLOGY & IZE] to invent, or make a practice of using, neologisms …   English World dictionary

  • neologize — verb To coin a new word. I neologize most frequently in my writing when it comes to adverbs …   Wiktionary

  • neologize — /nee ol euh juyz /, v.i., neologized, neologizing. 1. to make or use new words or create new meanings for existing words. 2. to devise or accept new religious doctrines. Also, esp. Brit., neologise. [1840 50; NEOLOG(Y) + IZE] * * * …   Universalium

  • neologize — ne·ol·o·gize …   English syllables

  • neologize — nēˈäləˌjīz sometimes ˈnēəl intransitive verb ( ed/ ing/ s) Etymology: neology + ize : to practice neology …   Useful english dictionary

  • neologized — neologize (Amer.) v. coin a new word or expression; use new words or phrases; invent new religious doctrines, accept new religious principle (also neologise) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • neologizes — neologize (Amer.) v. coin a new word or expression; use new words or phrases; invent new religious doctrines, accept new religious principle (also neologise) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • neologizing — neologize (Amer.) v. coin a new word or expression; use new words or phrases; invent new religious doctrines, accept new religious principle (also neologise) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • coin — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. mint, strike, stamp; invent, originate. See imagination, form. n. money, specie, currency, change, piece; gold, silver, copper, nickel, dime, cent, etc.; tin, brass (both inf.). II (Roget s IV) n.… …   English dictionary for students

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