Muhammad Ali: Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee.
Muhammad Ali: Float Like A Butterfly, Sting Like a Bee (1964)
A newly coined word or phrase is called a neologism.
The notion of coining words (as if they were money) seems to have started with an Elizabethan writer by the name of Puttenham. In 1589 his hot new title, "English Poesie" hit the streets and in volume 3, on page 259 (yawn) he moans about "Young schollers not halfe well studied..." who "seeme to coigne fine wordes out of the Latin". In French a "coigne" is a die used to stamp out money.
to be or not to be
Walter Winchell, a radio commentator from the 1930s, supposedly coined the phrase, combining the two words together. The words disc comes from the records radio announcers would play, and jockey means a machine operator.
what are the characteristics of coined words
William Shakespeare - he coined many words and phrases - with bated breath (merchant of Venice) - - a foregone conclusion (Othello) -. His use of language also shaped today's language.
It is the time between two specified events.
The word cosmotron was coined by the combination of two words â?? cosmic rays and cyclotron. A cosmotron is a high-energy proton accelerator.
Yes, eventually, if they become generally used.
TANSTAAFL - There Ain't No Such Thing As A Free Lunch
An absolute phrase is a phrase that when you add the words Was or Were you can get a complete thought out sentence.