2. A replacement for the word inflammable (Which makes little sense because "in" is sometimes negative as in "inability, inadequate, indecent, inoffensive, insane, incapable, infertile")
3. An example of a new word that uses a En- for a positive prefix and Im- for a negative one so to preserve in- prefixes for neutral words and things that suggest Inside like "incognito, injection "
A:Hair spray is Enflammable.
B: Don't you mean inflamable
A: No because En is the new positive prefix for In, and Im is the new negative prefix. Join the cause to make English make sense dude.