The American Scholar has taken a look at the unpredictability of whether or not a newly coined word sticks in our language or disappears without a trace. Turns out Thomas Jefferson was a prolific inventor of new words that stuck. He even came up with the word we use for coming up with a newly coined word: neologize.
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