Six of Roald Dahl's made-up words have been added to the Oxford English Dictionary to celebrate his centenary

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To honor the centenary of his birth this month, the Oxford English Dictionary has updated its latest edition today (Sept. 12) with six new words connected to Dahl’s writing, and revisions to six other phrases popularized by Dahl’s evocative stories. In May, the Oxford University Press also published a Roald Dahl Dictionary complete with 8,000 words coined or popularized by the author.
From Six of Roald Dahl's made-up words have been added to the Oxford English Dictionary to celebrate his centenary — Quartz

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