MEANING: noun: The introduction of new information to give a different interpretation of an established storyline.

verb tr.: To revise a storyline in this manner.

ETYMOLOGY: From the first three letters of words in the phrase retroactive continuity. Earliest documented use: 1988.

RETOON - what a fiddler does between pieces

RETCHON - the fundamental particle of nausea

RESTCON - even a prisoner is entitled to a fifteen-minute break every now and then