the part of a person's vocabulary that is possibly made up.
"My mom just added 'hangry' to her flexicon."
bla∙sé faire/blɑˈzeɪ ˌfeə(ɹ)/
an unconcerned or unfazed attitude toward a situation, allowing a high degree of freedom.
"Marie decided to let her kids draw on the walls. She's very blasé faire about it."
Both feasible and reasonable.
"It's feasonable to make it to downtown in 20 minutes."
Feeling or expressing distress and agitation.
"Tripping over his words, he became flustrated."
"I asked Darren to help set up chairs, but he's being very hands-offish."
the final and most important part of a plan.
"Robbing the casino is the easy part. It's the getaway that's the clinchpin."
(of a person) old or aging.
"The movie theater has a discount for olderly people."
a pair of corduroys that have been cut into shorts.
"Ben's wardrobe is composed mostly of jorts and shorturoys."
tease (someone) with the sight or promise of something unobtainable.
"The dog is tauntalized by the smell of that bacon."