29 November, 2013
A neat idea inspired by a tweet from Greg Beechmere: switch two adjacent letters in any word and give the new combo a comical definition. Greg’s example leads the way, with PEDESTRAIN – foot cramp. Here’s a few more below to whet the creative juices. Let’s see what kind of switch-dictionary we can compile.
ARMBUNCTIOUS – packing heat and reckless
HADNICAP – owned a patella
SIMULCATS – synchronised mouse-hunting
ARCONYM – name spelt out in rainbow colours
By all means, add to the ‘worldist’…