Mrs. Krabappel: "Embiggens"? I never heard that word before moving to Springfield. Ms. Hoover: I don't know why; it's a perfectly cromulent word. […] Principal Skinner: He's embiggened that role with his cromulent performance.
We consider the possibleness of this not overstated.
And I know that "possibleness" is not a cromulent word;
every syllable injected is intended to be the one you heard
(an absurd juxtaposition of mission and goal).
2006 April 10, “Obituaries and In Memoriams: Benjamin Sidney Linton”, in Charlotte Observer:
He had a boundless passion for music and entertained many with his beautiful voice and perfectly cromulent sense of humor.