Fruitbomb. A wine that is loaded with explosive fruit on the palate and nose. A fruit-forward wine that gives the sensory experience of consuming powerful fruit.
This Cabernet Sauvignon is a real fruitbomb.
Wow, taste this wine, it's a fruitbomb!
Paradoxonym. A term to describe a misspelled word that is not recognized or corrected by spell-check engines because it is a correctly spelled word, but not the actual word intended for use by the author.
The spellchecked document is assumed to have correct spelling. However, because of paradoxonyms the spellchecked document must be further analyzed to ensure correct spelling of the intended words.
Paradoxonym examples: 1. Author types "wood", but intended to spell "would". 2. Author types "all", but intended to spell "awl". 3. Author types "skies", but intended to spell "skis".
In all cases, spell check will find no spelling errors when in fact there are spelling errors.
Hog Cutter. A dry gin martini cocktail garnished with a piece of bacon. The bacon is often rolled and skewered with a cocktail pick.
In a Hog Cutter, the savory flavor of bacon goes very well with cold gin.
Gin cocktails can be garnished with olives, onions, or bacon as seen with Martinis, Gibsons, and Hog Cutters respectively.
Replaceonym. A word within a list of possible spelling corrections presented in a dialog box over a misspelled word after running a spell-check engine.
A list of replaceonyms usually pops up within a dialog box when a computer screen cursor moves over the identified misspelling within a spell-checked document.
In the case of the misspelled word "feelin", the spell-check engine suggests the following replaceonyms in a pop up dialog box:
feeling, feel in, feline, and felon.
In the case of the misspelled word "scool", the spell-check engine suggests the following replaceonyms in a pop up dialog box:
school, scoop, scoot, scold, spool, stool, scowl, cool
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