adorkability noun informal a look which combines chic and geeky quirkiness in equal measure
In just one short TV season, New Girl’s Zooey Deschanel has gone from a ukulele-strumming indie princess — of rock and film — to an omnipresent poster child for a new yet immediately overused word: adorkability.
[www.vulture.com 25 April 2012]
lean back experience noun the relaxed experience of watching e.g. a TV show, as opposed to using a computer
A company spokesman said that internet on television needed to be more of a ‘lean back experience’ than it is on a computer.
[www.telegraph.co.uk 25 June 2012]
omnishambles noun informal a show of utter incompetence
Aircraft carrier ‘omnishambles’ wastes £100 million.
The Ministry of Defence has spent £100 million preparing to use fighter jets that have now been abandoned, ministers have admitted.
[www.telegraph.co.uk 10 May 2012]
re-mode verb to use another method, e.g. of travel
Ms Greening declared: ‘Across the whole department, we’re trying to re-route, re-mode, re-time and just generally reduce our travel.’
‘So I’m re-moding at the moment and having a good old walk up to Cabinet. It does me a lot of good.’
[www.mirror.co.uk 16 May 2012]