“Have you spotted a new word or a new sense for an old word that hasn’t made it into the dictionary yet? Well, here’s your chance to add your discovery (and its definition) to Merriam-Webster’s Open Dictionary“.
Some reader-submitted examples:
Snotcicle (verb) : a pendent mass of ice formed by the freezing of dripping snot
phonecrastinate (verb) : to put off answering the phone until caller ID displays the incoming name and number
scrax (noun) : the waxy coating that must be scratched off an instant lottery ticket
photostroller (noun) : Person who walks with camera ready to take photos.
e-nail (verb) : to expose yourself unwittingly, or to be exposed by another, by the forwarding of an e-mail containing personal comments to the person referred to in the message. One e-nails oneself most often by adding cc recipients to a long exchange, forgetting that the person added is referred to earlier in the exchange.“Max e-nailed me when he cc’ed Sally on my message about her screw-up.”
(Via CarTalk radio show.)