Dictomancy - Everyday Wordplay
Spread laughter and positive energy with wordplay! Dictomancy - Everyday Wordplay is a Wednesday blog series that features rare, bizarre, and absurd words and their meanings. Work one of these words into your day and spark some laughter and curiosity!
Lavadated - adj [Perh car of dilapidated] 1927 Kennedy Gritny 110 sLA [Black] , Wa’t I want wid anybody comin’ hyuh to talk to me, all lavadated like I is . . ? Ibid 227, De ole house so rickety an’ lavadated.
“Can’t believe we used to live in that lavadated shack.”
“The old rollerdome’s all lavadated now that the city abandoned it.”
“No, don’t go into that lavadated house! Do you want to be the first character to die?”
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Cassidy, Frederic G. Chief Editor. Dictionary Of American Regional English. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1985. Print