About PREPostrophes

Prepostrophes. pl.noun |priˈpäststrəfēs| the symbols drawn in thin air when people want to “emphasize” a word or expression and use both hands to make invisible “quote marks” in space (Source: Urban Dictionary).

This is a new venture by me, David Eisenman, a physician and public health/health services researcher at UCLA and RAND.

Please suggest improvements, additions, topics, pages and links directly in the comments section or email me at deisenman@mednet.ucla.edu.


One Response to About PREPostrophes

  1. Allan says:

    What is the plural of preposterous?

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