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Definition of Sniglet

Sniglet

  • noun. Word coined by writer/actor/comedian Rich Hall defined as "any word that doesn't appear in the dictionary, but should". Hall invented many of these "sniglets".

    Last edited on Feb 16 2010. Submitted by Anonymous on Feb 11 2010.

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