I only heard of this word recently, and, frankly, I think it deserves an award.... what for; I'm not sure.
The story is thus; when bookshops eventually re-opened for browsing, Covid-19 was on everyone's minds, and its potential for fast-spreading was causing fear everywhere.
We were told not to touch our post or shopping for 24 hrs, so that any attached virus had time to die. We were also told to sing 'Happy Birthday' to time ourselves whilst frantically scrubbing our hands. And in the bookshop world, we were told to place any books we'd handled onto a...
QUARANTROLLY: n. mobile receptacle for 24 hr quarantining of books that may have been contaminated by virus-carrying person; esp Covid-19.
There you are! Quarantrolly.
Can you think of a worse word?