Language is Plastic

Modern language is morphologically plastic.

You can verbify any noun and create a new nounification from this verbified noun. You can then verbificationalise that nounification and create yet another nounificationalisation from it.

Those nouns, nounifications and nounificationalisations have adjectival, adjectificational and adjectificationalisational forms, and can also be used adverbally, adverbificationally and adverbificantionalisationally.

But, at some point, the law of diminishing returns overtakes the laws of semantics and the endless bullshitificationalisation of words becomes no better than mere poppycock.

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