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Cerealize

other word formation type Affixation
A word that refers to the act of eating cereal for dessert, after a proper meal.
 
Eating cereal in the morning is not the proper way to use this. This is a relatively straightforward example of affixation as long as the spelling could be seen, with a slight change in definition during the change (possibly narrowing).
Etymology : Affixation formed from the root ‘cereal’ and the suffix ‘-ize’ added on the end to make a verb form
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Last modified: 14 December 2017


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