Idioms and Neologisms

Idioms

Bail the Dead
Bail the dead as an idiom means finding a solution for a recurring problem. Will the Corona virus become a Bail the Dead?

Peacocking
Peacocking as an idiom means socializing with people who are celebrities. He peacocks with the literati.

Neologisms

Prosperovorous
Prosperovorus comes from the Shakespearean character Prospero and Omnivorous. Prosperovorous is a person who wins a Jackpot in a windfall drawing. I hope to become a Prosperovrous.
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Bum-A-Nomics
Bum-A-Nomics is plunging an economy downhill due to faulty policies. The government of India’s economic policies are a Bum-A-Nomics.

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