provection


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provection

(prəʊˈvekʃən)
n
1. (Linguistics) (in Celtic languages) the devoicing of a consonant
2. (Linguistics) the transposition of a word's last letter to the beginning of a following word
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Your erroneous definition of that interesting word, attributed to Fritz Senn, 'provection' as 'that carried-away-ness, exaggeration, expansion, magnification, piling up, transgressing into parody or hyperbole and overstepping limits' fits your book to perfection.
Aroma's recent ProVection line is among those that are occupying shelf space.