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I hereby also coin the word "zorange”

Back in September, I coined the word "zolf” because no other English word rhymes with "golf." To zolf is to mix in approximately equal amounts two or more liquids, as in an Arnold Palmer.

Well, what about "orange," that other famously unrhymable word? Behold "zorange,"  Verb:   to mix in unequal amounts two or more liquids.  Ex:  "To make a martini, you need much more gin than vermouth.  You would never zolf them.  You should zorange them.  Tom Lehrer recommends six parts gin to one part vermouth."

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