Incunabula: an early printed book, especially one printed before 1501.

Here’s a word we caught this week. We thought we’d share incunabula with you because it has such a specific meaning that it’s funny.

Here’s an example of it in use:

William Shakespeare’s books just miss out on being incunabulas. A century prior, and they’d have had it in the bag!

What can you do with this word? Show us how you’d use this creatively in the comments below…

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