Entry: plosivity (n.)
In context: "When Schtitt exhales pipe-smoke in different geometric patterns they both seem to study intently, when Schtitt exhales he makes little sounds variant in plosivity between P and B."
Definition: Presumably from plosive: A consonant that is produced by stopping the
airflow using the lips, teeth, or palate, and then suddenly releasing an
outward flow of air.
Other: A bit of a clunker, in context sentences, eh?
SNOOT score: 1
Source: Oxford English Dictionary