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I am pretty kedge- how are you?


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1 hour ago, Daniel_Doyce said:

At least 6 or 7 of those aren't uncommon today, especially in British English. I always have heard kedge as a nautical term, though.

Cimcumbendibus is a nice Johnsonese or Dickensian nonsense word. Scranch is the only one I've truly never seen beut fore.

I have seen four of those but savvy and Simon Pure are the only two that  I would consider even remotely in common usage.

Fishy is obviously common here but not with that usage.

I am also familiar with the macaroni usage but only because of the connection to Yankee Doodle Dandy.

 

 

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