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Definition of "slanginess" [slang•i•ness]

  • The state or condition of being slangy. (noun)

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Use "slanginess" in a sentence
  • "Mr. Callahan's book is very good, but he is much under the sway of the willful subjectivity and slanginess of Pauline Kael."
  • "Schacht really is Holden's amoral 21st-century cousin: He shares the profane slanginess and the petulant self-righteousness of Salinger's famous malcontent."
  • "Still, though, however contemptible (and blatant, insulting, blah blah blah) it was, Bush's lie had about it an appealing teenage slanginess."
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