A prefix used in the sense of very, i.e., to give an adjective or an adverb a stronger meaning (e.g. plusgood means "very good").
A prefix used meaning "pre~" or "before".
An indication that a person is guilty of thoughtcrime based on their facial expression.
An instrument used by party members to note or "write" down information by speaking into an apparatus as a faster alternative to an "ink pencil". it is, for example, used in th...
English; perhaps any language that is not newspeak.
Errors or mispredictions which need to be rectified in order to prove that the party is always right. see malquoted above.
Flaws or inaccurate presentations of party or big brother-related matters by the press. see misprints below.
Forced labor camp
Ideas inspired by events or memories of times prior to the revolution.
Is the act of simultaneously accepting as correct two mutually contradictory beliefs, often in distinct social contexts. it is related to, but distinct from, hypocrisy and neutrality. its opposite...
It means to rid oneself of unwanted thoughts, i.e., thoughts that interfere with the ideology of the party. this way, a person avoids committing thoughtcrime
Ministry of love (secret police, interrogation and torture)
Ministry of peace (ministry of war, cf
Ministry of plenty (keeping the population in a state of constant economic hardship)
Ministry of truth (propaganda and altering history)
Order of the day.
Records department (division of the ministry of truth that deals with the rectification of records; department in which winston works)
Submit to higher authority. in one scene in the novel, winston smith is instructed to alter a document to conform with the party line, and submit it to his superiors before filing it
Subunit of the fiction department of the ministry of truth that produces pornography
Television and security camera-like devices used by the ruling party in oceania to keep its subjects under constant surveillance
The steady stream of mindless entertainment to distract and occupy the masses
The thought police
Vaguely translatable to orthodox thought.