Difficult Words : Nepotism and Neologism

Difficult Words : Nepotism and Neologism

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Neologism (nee OL uh JIS um) n: new word or phrase, a new usage of a word

Pedants don't like neologisms. They like the words we already have. But at one time every word was a neologism. Someone somewhere had to be the first to use it.

Nepotism (NEPuh TIZ um) n: showing favoritism to friends or family in business or politics

Lesley had no business acumen, so he was counting on nepotism when he married the boss's daughter.

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