Cool word, huh?
I learned it this morning in the novel I'm currently reading, Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman. Zetabetical. Google coughed up 39 results of the word, its earliest use in 2003.
In the novel, the protagonist, Eleanor, organized the tins on her kitchen shelf in zetabetical oder.
Tins? The novel is set in Glasgow.
Zetabetical. From the statement, I take the word to mean alphabetical in reverse order. You know, starting with Z. It wasn't easy for me going backwards, as you can tell in my picture. Giggle.
Next week, a new round begins under Melody, the new ABCW administer, and her team at a new address. For the next ABCW round, I shall go through the alphabet writing about movies I've seen. Yup.
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