New Word: Enconsciate

Enconsciate Definition
To fully encompass and realize, usually to an interesting and surprising degree, a relationship between several facts having occurred at different points in time.

For example:
I had been smelling the pages of books for most of my life and for some strange reason, I like the smell.  During my years in college, I got a summer job at a company that made pigment, coating and paint.  A couple years after college I finally enconsciated the fact that I had received/worked at a company that created the material that coats pages in books, cards and other items of which I had a strange, abnormal liking of.  This coincidence is even more astounding than my unusual, queer liking of the book pages’ smell!

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About Glenn T. Kitchen

A computer professional since 1981. .NET developer, C++, C#, JAVA, VB.NET... Love music, play lead guitar, sing The outdoors is me. Sports; NFL, MBA, Motocross, X Games
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