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Cromulent

Posted by kazvorpal on July 14, 2010


Cromulent

adj. Acceptable, or more than acceptable

Wednesday shall heretofore be our day for neologisms and other cromulent amusement…previously, this was done on the weekends

Edna Krabappel: “Embiggens”? I never heard that word before I came to Springfield.
Miss Hoover: I don’t know why. It’s a perfectly
cromulent word.
Lisa the Iconoclast

Don’t get flusterated. Everything I say is perfectly cromulent, and it might do you well to embiggen your vocabulary before you fling accretions my discretion.
— Qui the Promoter, Jade Empire

It’s a perfectly cromulent word
— Dan Conner

Etymology: Crom; Cimmerian solar deity, -ulent Latin (ulentus); “having the quality of”, writer David X. Cohen

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