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'What's that smell? It's ruining my coffee.'

DEFINITION: To habitually blame others for problems, which you not only created, but also helped to foster and develop.

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Blamemaker

Created by: jedijawa

Pronunciation: blame-make-er

Sentence: Judy was a blamemaker, she was always causing problems and blaming others for them.

Etymology: blame + maker

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Whomeopathy

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: hu/mee/op/a/th/ee

Sentence: Whomeopathy is the ancient practice of passing the blame onto unsuspecting recipients. It requires extensive education and several degrees to practice it effectively.

Etymology: who me? and homeopathy

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Asscapism

Created by: jboehnker

Pronunciation: ass kayp' ism

Sentence: Bob's attempt at asscapism backfired when he tried to blame the smell on the dogs, before remembering that his wife got the pets in the divorce.

Etymology: ass + escapism

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Guiltskunk

Created by: cannibalgymnastics

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Flarting

Created by: skelk

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Farthaway

Created by: Adamson

Pronunciation: Far-th-a-way

Sentence: I was would be into deep doo if I did'nt farthaway.

Etymology: Farth+away

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Polyprojectionist

Created by: Madamemojo

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Tuquoquetate

Created by: Trivigo

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Sentence: In an attempt to shift blame to others, the students began to tuquoquetate as soon as the evidence of their cheating was presented.

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Defectory

Created by: warped

Pronunciation: de/fec/to/ry (phonetic)

Sentence: Phil is a master of defectory, he's always passing the blame on to someone else.

Etymology: Root word is defect, which has two meanings in this case: a shortcoming, fault, or imperfection, OR to desert a cause, country, etc., esp. in order to adopt another

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Culpitize

Created by: Kevcom2007

Pronunciation: cohl/pitt/eyes

Sentence: "Hey was that you Fred? Are you trying to culpitize this incident on us? You know though, I'm on anti-farting pills, and well Sheela, she hasn't let one rip in months!"

Etymology: Culpability + it + ize

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Comments:

Kevcom2007 - 2006-12-07: 07:14:00
You guys should try the morning, you get all the perks of having no words all ready made by other users... It's pretty cool.

wordmeister - 2006-12-07: 09:17:00
Looking at the words you guys create, it obvious that the early bird gets the turd -- I mean word. But the rest of us have to drink coffee...

chris - 2006-12-07: 15:10:00
...good word, babel

babel - 2006-12-07: 15:56:00
I'm lucky - GMT+0 here...