An error in speech. These errors generally occur with the use of run on sentences in speech. Essentially the listener is bombarded with dependent clauses which are out of order in terms of theme and/or chronology. Common characteristics include (but are not limited to) improper grammar usage, extreme redundancy, logical fallacies, and a general disregard of the rules of the English language. Listeners often feel as if their IQ is actually dropping while being lectured with steeleisms.
If I have to here anymore god damn steeleisms I'll shoot myself.

Ben sat there chanting steeleisms, "Also too... hence...that, which.... which.... meaning.... also too... BIG PICTURE!"
by Lolcatlove November 10, 2011
To quote an idiom produce in the art of Olivia Steele; or an idiom in the style of the artist Olivia Steele whose medium is predominantly neon.
E.g. "I dream of you in colors that don't exist"; "My way is the highway"; " Trust the process"
In responding to someone saying an idiom, "that was a real Steeleism"
by goonertastic October 01, 2014

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