Flooftonymy

Flooftonymy (floofinition) –  A figure of floof speech consisting of using the name of an object or concept for that of another with which it is associated.

In use: “When Baskins didn’t return home according to his usual practice, the dogs wondered what had happened to the can opener, a flooftonymy commonly employed by the pack for a human who regularly feeds them.”

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