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This word does not exist

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  1. kfwyre
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    This is fun! It's interesting to see what the algorithm comes up with and the ways it sometimes stumbles onto something appearing insightful, while at other times being unintentionally humorous. I...

    This is fun! It's interesting to see what the algorithm comes up with and the ways it sometimes stumbles onto something appearing insightful, while at other times being unintentionally humorous.

    I cycled through a bunch. Here are some of the more interesting ones:


    mishloria (noun)

    1. a light, unemotional, unfeeling, uncritical, or flirtatious man

    "the music is reserved for a more gentlemanly type of man—a purist masculine machismo, a consummate mishlorian"


    jaypot (noun)

    1. a dog that has a long, pointed fur that is slightly hooked around a paw, giving an arched appearance so that a large cat can attack it and run

    "a jaypot can't live without food"


    endemicize (verb [with object])

    1. gradually become more extreme, widespread, or widespread

    "era-shock hospitals and endemicized medicine"


    twort (verb [no object])

    1. speak madly about the past and bring up personal stories of their own misfortunes, especially with the intention of causing annoyance

    "they thought we were tworting up the conspiracy theories"

    7 votes
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    Thra11
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    er... no, I think that's a word. Based on the usage example, the algorithm also seems to be up to speed on UK politics.

    nonfunctionality

    non·func·tion·al·ity

    1. a financial matter considered as one which can be regulated by other industries
      "considering that he is the Minister responsible for the nonfunctionality of his government"

    er... no, I think that's a word. Based on the usage example, the algorithm also seems to be up to speed on UK politics.

    5 votes
    1. cfabbro
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      Nonfuncational is a word, but AFAIK nonfunctionality is not formally considered one in any of the major dictionaries, even though its meaning makes intuitive sense.

      Nonfuncational is a word, but AFAIK nonfunctionality is not formally considered one in any of the major dictionaries, even though its meaning makes intuitive sense.

      4 votes
  3. petrichor
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    Some of my favorites so far have been: kippee (noun, kip·pee) a small stick, especially one used by homosexuals "he was a kippee at a gig" (?) vacence (noun, va·cence) the lack of excitement or...

    Some of my favorites so far have been:

    kippee (noun, kip·pee)

    1. a small stick, especially one used by homosexuals
      "he was a kippee at a gig" (?)

    vacence (noun, va·cence)

    1. the lack of excitement or excitement associated with a political social event or event (?)
      "the vacence of the election cycle"

    nontariety (noun, non·ta·ri·ety)

    1. an unusual or peculiar quality or person; a phenomenon or habit
      "much crime has a tendency toward paranoia and nontariety"

    decimationist (noun, dec·i·ma·tion·ist)

    1. an advocate or supporter of the idea of free elections. They are particularly associated with the left-wing German Social-Democracy (the National Democratic Party)1. They hold support from left-wing parties like FDP, the Green Party, and the Communist Party
      "a decimationist campaign to ensure election independence"

    diatomatically (adverb, di·atomat·i·cally)

    1. in a way that relates to more than one thing
      "diatomatically produced blood plasma"

    biocitor (noun, bioc·i·tor)

    1. a permanent replacement of an organ or body organ
      "one of the biggest changes in medical technology is a biocitor"

    The words and their definitions are often hilarious, often on point, or useful, but GPT-2's sentence construction is a mixed bag.

    1: The NDP is a Canadian political party.

    4 votes
  4. moocow1452
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    cronyeal (noun) a North American songbird that has craniums on the forelimbs "they spent a honeymoon in a cronyeal" If these words are written down and can be used in the English vernacular, do...

    cronyeal (noun)

    1. a North American songbird that has craniums on the forelimbs

    "they spent a honeymoon in a cronyeal"


    If these words are written down and can be used in the English vernacular, do they now exist?

    3 votes