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DEFINITION: v. To share a true but extremely embarrassing story about a close personal friend at the worst possible time. n. A moment of ill-timed honesty.

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Divulgauche

Created by: splendiction

Pronunciation: die vul goshe

Sentence: The maid of honor’s speech divulgauched stories about some darker moments in the bride’s past that would smear a thick film of bitterness over their honeymoon

Etymology: From divulge and gauche.

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Truthicide

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Created by: green

Pronunciation: truth i side

Sentence: The Maid of Honor stood in front of the 250 guests who were gathered to celebrate the nuptials of her best friend, when she suddenly plunged into a truthicide that left everyone wincing and the bride looking at her with daggers.

Etymology: truth suicide

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Jabberblabber

Created by: TJayzz

Pronunciation: Jabb-ur-blabb-ur

Sentence: Not realising that Tom was the world's worst Jabberblabber, George had confided in him about his cross-dressing habit. So when he accidently let his secret out of the bag during the annual meeting of the local rugby club, he was horrifed and promised himself that from then on he would keep things to himself in future.

Etymology: Jabber(to talk excitedly, nonesensical chatter) Blab(to reveal secrets by indiscreet talk) = Jabberblabber

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COMMENTS:

I think I should be offended by this word but it's very funny - Jabberwocky, 2008-06-04: 14:57:00

Good thing Jabber's taking this in stride - wordmeister, 2008-06-04: 21:18:00

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Distake

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: distāk

Sentence: Letting Joan have a mic at the gathering was a big distake. Maybe it was an tacky to have a bull roast wake but Joan's alcohol-enhanced "roast" of the deceased was beyond tasteless. The silence was deafening.

Etymology: dis (act or speak in a disrespectful way toward) + mistake (an action or judgment that is misguided or wrong)

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Trooble

Created by: wordmeister

Pronunciation: troo-ble

Sentence: As a parish priest, and the ear of the confessional, reverend Tom was privy to everyone's dirty laundry. Unfortunately after a glass of wine or two, he would start to trooble, which wasn't so bad until he starting troobling on the church's new blog... And so now everyone's troobles, were googled.

Etymology: true + trouble

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COMMENTS:

In olden days he would have been known as a troobladour. - Jabberwocky, 2008-06-04: 15:00:00

The sacramental wine turned out to be sacrificial. - Mustang, 2008-06-04: 21:55:00

Good word, wm...it reminded me of that episode on Star Trek, The Trooble with Tribbles! - Nosila, 2008-06-04: 23:00:00

fantastic! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-05: 23:51:00

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Blabomination

Created by: Tigger

Pronunciation: /blab-bom-uh-NAY-shun/

Sentence: Susan realized that she should have assigned someone to curb her best friend's consumption of Fuzzy Navel's at her wedding reception when Brandi suddenly grabbed the microphone. Her scandalous chronology of Susan's ex-boyfriends, and her awful breakups with them, was a total blabomination, and was recieved only with shocked silence. Afterward, Susan calmly walked over to the videographer, who had recorded the whole thing, threatened him with violence if didn't edit that speech out of the wedding video, borrowed a phone and tried to find a number for a Homicide Hotline, if there was such a thing.

Etymology: Blab - to reveal indiscreetly and thoughtlessly (back formation from Middle English, blabberen "to talk idly") + Abomination - a vile, shameful, or detestable action (from Latin, abominatus "shun as an ill omen")

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COMMENTS:

A blabariuos success! - wordmeister, 2008-06-04: 12:53:00

great word - Jabberwocky, 2008-06-04: 14:56:00

Good one, Tigger...I'd have givewn her a punch in the blabdomen! - Nosila, 2008-06-04: 22:58:00

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Wrenchtoast

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: renchtōst

Sentence: Most guests at the wedding were shocked when the maid of honor delivered an alcohol-enhanced wrenchtoast, detailing every foible of the newlyweds. The two divorce lawyers in attendance were practically giddy.

Etymology: wrench i.e. monkey wrench (sabotage) + French toast (bread coated in egg and milk and fried) + toast (a call to a gathering of people to raise their glasses and drink together in honor of a person or thing)

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Awkwords

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: ôkwərds

Sentence: Having been asked to say a few words at his best friend\'s wedding, they all turned out to be awkwords.

Etymology: awkward (uncomfortable or abnormal) + words (something that someone says or writes)

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COMMENTS:

awksidentally good word... - Nosila, 2009-07-23: 01:40:00

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Anabarrass

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: an/uh/bar/uhs

Sentence: Give Jenny a wedding, a microphone and three drinks and can anabarrass anyone she knows in the room, especially the bride.

Etymology: ANABARRASS - verb - from ANA (a collection of miscellaneous information about a particular person) + EMBARRASS (to make uncomfortably self-conscious)

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I like it. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-04: 18:22:00

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Bantersnitch

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: BAN - ter - snich

Sentence: In her mindless and sometimes treacherous manner, Billie Jo once again found a most inopportune time to bantersnitch very revealing personal and private secrets about her best friend, Constance.

Etymology: Blend of banter and snitch. Also a play on 'bandersnatch': a person of uncouth or unconventional habits, attitudes, etc., esp. one considered a menace, nuisance, or the like.

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COMMENTS:

nice blend - Jabberwocky, 2008-06-04: 14:51:00

Good word. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-04: 18:23:00

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Comments:

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2008-06-04: 00:00:01
Today's definition is inspired by Miranda's moment of honesty during the Wedding Rehearsal scene in the Sex in the City ~ James

scrabbelicious - 2012-01-06: 01:44:00
Nice. The bride's annals inndeed.