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cereal +‎ -logy


cerealogy (uncountable)

  1. Alternative form of cereology
    • 2001, Eltjo Haselhoff, The Deepening Complexity of Crop Circles: Scientific Research & Urban Legends, page xv:
      There is no university with a department of cerealogy, and consequently anyone may call him- or herself a "cerealogist," even after one single visit to a crop circle.
    • 2002, "Cereal offenders who won't go away", Christian Science Monitor, Aug 12, 2002
      Despite film showing the two men creating highly complex crop circles, the momentum behind cerealogy was too strong to be stopped by any admission of English eccentricity.
    • 2005, Steve Dewey, John Ries, In Alien Heat: The Warminster Mystery Revisited, page 57
      Patrick Moore, in Can You Speak Venusian, noted that — shades of cerealogy — the crops over a wide area had been flattened.