quatch


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quatch

(kwɒtʃ)
n
a sound
adj
pudgy
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Of course, not all the words he pioneered have stuck: There's swoltery, meaning "hot and sticky," and quatch, a word he used to mean "plump." Oh well, nothing in life is a foregone conclusion--another phrase coined by Shakespeare.