A protologism is new word or phrase, recently invented. At one time, Lewis Carroll’s chortle was a protologism. Other examples of words that used to be protologisms include laser, agitprop, robotics, McJob, quark, gas giant, and scrooge.
To answer this week’s challenge, you must invent a new word. Create a dictionary entry for your new word in the style of Merriam-Webster’s online dictionary. (See the Writing Resources page for that link.) Make sure you include a sentence or two showing your protologism in action.
When you've revised and edited your submission, save it as Gauntlet 3 [Insert Your Name Here]. For example, my file would be named Gauntlet 3 Mr Chance. Before Friday, 27 November, email your response to the challenge to mchance at theregisschool dot org.
The Knights of the Mightier Pen gather in the hallowed halls of the Regis School in Houston, Texas, to share their tales and poems.