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Muddelex /mud-dull-lex/

In writing- /noun or verb/; The tendency to crowd lengthy and or contrived words together, resulting in a lack of cohesiveness. Comprehension naturally depreciates. Other forms- Muddelexed, Muddelexing Muddelexia

By Lamar WigginsPublished 25 days ago 1 min read
Muddelex /mud-dull-lex/
Photo by Dim Hou on Unsplash


Laura's psychosis embellishes multifarious prognostications. The utilization of extraneous methodologies inadequately contradicts evolutionary understanding. Her clandestine existence antithetically portrays intricacies, gravitating towards mental oblivion.

Indistinguishable maladies exist entirely within the hemispherical quadrants of intellect, thwarting the ability to comprehend dimensions. Yet, stimulative sensitivity implicates hyperconsciousness.

She expunges her luminary personage through unfathomable labyrinths of imaginary scenarios. These deliberations transfigure the finalizations of preference; culpable conceptions are conducive to composure.

Introspective entrapment allows physicians to unabashedly compartmentalize the outlandish, proliferating predicaments. Sagacity evidently vilifies preemptive attributes. Laura’s diagnosis fortifies credence, respectfully.

In concordance with procedural applications, her appendages are forcefully strapped to the glacial stainless contraption, causing anguished ebullition.

Eleven practitioners equipped with surgical apparatuses, attempt to equilibrize her comportment by administering experimental pharmaceuticals. It transgresses an immeasurable miscalculation. Laura instantaneously acquires superhuman capabilities, extricating herself from detainment. Her peripheral spectrum canvases the malfunctioning laboratory for additional Medicinals.

Telekinesis, an apparent reactionary ramification to the chemical compounds meshing with her personalized physiology, empirically stupefies the corroborators. Stationary equipment violently scatters, caused by her contemptuous volition. Her destination acquiesces. A multitude of circumfluous vials levitates in harmonious orchestration. A valorous assistant intervenes, only to be subjugated floorward. Laura expeditiously gesticulates, thoroughly consuming the entire quantity. An unbelievable occurrence commences. Her molecular vibrations accelerate proportionately, evaporating her into the thin atmosphere. An indicative sign of ascension is confirmed by the remnants of jewelry and apparel. Her immaculate disappearance has never been substantiated.

Bing DallE


About the Creator

Lamar Wiggins

Creative writer in the Northeast US who loves the paranormal, fiction, mystery, articles and the occasional poem. Take a chance, you'll be thoroughly entertained.

"Life is Love Experienced" -LW


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  • Kristen Balyeat16 days ago

    OH. MY. Goodness. This is BRILLIANT! Lamar, I think you have a winner here! This made me giggle, and now I have a whole new list of words to look up. lol! Such a fantastic idea! Totally love that photo at the end! haha!

  • Donna Fox (HKB)17 days ago

    So many words to google!!! 😅 Great story and such a fun word!!

  • J. S. Wade19 days ago

    Magnificent Lamar! 🥰. This is slowest I’ve ever read a story in order to process. Haha. Excellent my friend. Excellent! 😎

  • Donna Renee19 days ago

    hahahaah I read the title and subtitle and though "yeah ok! cool idea!" and then started cackling when I got into the story when I saw what you did with it. This was fantastically done!!!

  • Tiffany Gordon 20 days ago

    Brilliant with a capital B!

  • Cathy holmes22 days ago

    Haha. This is great, but I think my brain just levitated away from my skull. 🤣

  • Heather Hubler22 days ago

    That was fantastic! And what a great word. I can think of a number of occasions I've read something where muddelex would apply, lol!!

  • Kelly Sibley 24 days ago

    I had to put my brain into high gear! Loved and devoured every word.

  • Lol, my head is spinning! You did an excellent job of Muddelexing! Loved your word and story!

  • Dana Stewart25 days ago

    This is great! The word you created fits perfectly for the definition. And the story is crafted carefully ostentatiously.

  • E.K. Daniels25 days ago

    This was funny, and how I felt reading Foucault translated into English for the first time. Lovely!

  • Zara Blume25 days ago

    Haha, OMG… I laughed so hard at this, ‘cause I swear some people really do write this way. They need to step away from the thesaurus. 🤣

  • You had fun with this, didn't you, Lamar. Does the verbiage dissipate & vanish with her?

  • Grz Colm25 days ago

    Brilliant! Didn’t understand a word! (No, I did. I think it was “stationary”.) I like how you have told a full blown story in the micro, but the meaning of the word is always at play! Very clever & that image cracked me up at the end. 😁👍

  • Babs Iverson25 days ago

    Lamar, that was creative and impressive!!! Left some love!!!

  • Real Poetic25 days ago

    lol that was hard to read! You did an amazing job showing the audience exactly what your word means. My head is starting to hurt from being so confused. Excellent work.

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