The label stuck, and a search for “santorum” delivers the neologism first.
In the blink of an eye a neologism was formed, half Turkish, half English.
Captology is a neologism coined by BJ Fogg, director of the very Soviet-sounding Stanford Persuasive Technology Lab.
It inspired endless debate, countless think pieces, and a neologism that instantly penetrated mainstream culture.
But it observed a very high standard of classical English, a little intolerant of neologism, but not stiff nor jejune.
The latter (the word administration used as a verb) is the only instance of neologism I ever observed in Mr. Madison.
This Bohemian vocabulary is the hell of rhetoric and the paradise of neologism.
The locution of which we have made use—passed to the state of—has been condemned as a neologism by M. Royer Collard.
In this one ordinary speech seemed to have been insufficient to describe the blotch, and he had to resort to a neologism.
neologism ne·ol·o·gism (nē-ŏl'ə-jĭz'əm)
A meaningless word used by a psychotic.