Even though inflammable is a lovely word with the authority of history on its side, we should probably give it up.
In New York, a pop-up museum entices young people through its door with a focus on pizza and opportunities to take selfies. The space houses a wide variety of art, from pizza sculptures to giant photographs, and leaves its visitors delighted – and likely very hungry.
Jugaad is a Hindi, Urdu, and Punjabi word for 'thinking outside the box' to find innovative, low-cost solutions to problems.
English tends to gobble up useful foreign words. Some wonderful words are not even knocking on the door of English, however.