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Nospareagas

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: no sper a gass

Sentence: Rudy was aptly named. Being an immature twit, he took great delight in using bodily functions to offend people, especially his sister, Prissy. His favourite was anything to do with passing gas. He could summon expulsions from either his mouth or the end he sits on, at will. He had worked hard to develop this "skill" and thrilled to torture his sister with it. He figured he should be harnessed aa a natural resource. Of course he insincerely apologized first, but his policy of being a nospareagas ninja (not silent, but deadly) meant he could do it on demand, throughout the meal. Who needs wind power...he had it perfected. One night Prissy had had enough. She made the meal with cauliflour, beans, artichokes,onions, sprouts and ensured that his portion was liberally doused with parsley juice, bran and other fibres and crushed laxative pills. Oh yes, Rudy could have his fun at supper, but she would have the last laugh all through the long, long night!

Etymology: no ( used to express refusal or denial or disagreement etc or especially to emphasize a negative statement ) & spare (save or relieve from an experience or action ) & gas (attack with gas; subject to gas fumes) & asparagas (edible young shoots of the asparagus plant, after which digestion causes gas build-up and emanates a peculiar smell)

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Disingaseous

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Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: dis-in-gas-ee-yus

Sentence: After clearing the room, Tom gave Kim a disingaseous smile and finished his broccoli.

Etymology: disingenuous: insincere + gaseous: filled with gas

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COMMENTS:

Excellent - Mustang, 2009-06-03: 18:36:00

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Apologastirc

libertybelle

Created by: libertybelle

Pronunciation: app-ollow-gas-trick

Sentence: Marianne's gaseous sound effects sounded loudly throughout the dining hall. Unfazed she alternated by stating that in Japan it's a complement to the chef and making other apologastric excuses between belches.

Etymology: apologetic + gastric

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COMMENTS:

great word liberty - Jabberwocky, 2008-04-18: 10:08:00

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Regretulence

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: re gret yu lens

Sentence: Sarah hated eating with her brother Sid, as he delighted in torturing her with his bad manners. He'd make bizarre digestive noises at the table and then apologize insincerely for his actions. This regretulence was really annoying, as he would always blame their poor dog, lying under the table. This was also galling as the dog was never in the house at meal times!

Etymology: Regret (be sorry) & Flatulence (a state of excessive gas in the alimentary canal)

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Flatuluctant

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Created by: youmustvotenato

Pronunciation: flat-choo-luck-tunt

Sentence: Bill was flatuluctant when it came to eating at Burrito Barn. Mexican food was no reason hold back for the sake of manners. It was fiesta time for his digestion.

Etymology: flatulence+reluctant

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Apolocheese

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: uh-pol-uh-cheez

Sentence: Wendell offered apolocheese for his methane eruption but his snickering told people that he really didn't mean it.

Etymology: apologies (a written or spoken expression of one's regret, remorse, or sorrow for having insulted, failed, injured, or wronged another)+ cut the cheese (pass gas)

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Burpassful

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: bur + pas + ful

Sentence: Even though Larry continuously apologized for his constant burping and flatulance, Tina believed that it was burpassful since he continued on through dinner, David Letterman and the late night movie. 53 apologies later, Tina just wanted to go home.

Etymology: burp, pass, purposeful

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good passulance - Nosila, 2009-06-03: 10:38:00

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Shampassardon

Created by: catgrin

Pronunciation: sham-pasahr-dn

Sentence: Though well out of school, Jim just couldn't break his fraternity-life ways. At his first holiday dinner with his girlfriend's family, he kept guzzling beers and shampassardoning the mighty belches that followed. His poor behavior might have been excused if he hadn't chosen to end the meal with, "Buuuurp! Excuse me! BuuUUUUUuuuurp excuse - I mean marry - yes, marry me!"

Etymology: from sham + pass (as in "to pass gas") + pardon, this is a variation of "passardon" which is a genuine request to be excused for passing wind in public

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Gurging

Created by: katie123

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Insinschart

Created by: stache

Pronunciation: ĭn'sĭn-shärt

Sentence: John lifted his leg and let one fly. It lasted long enough to obliterate the dialogue in the climactic scene in the final episode of 'Lost' for the season. "Sorry." john said. "Sorry?" replied Yoko." "Sorry? You jerk. You hav insinsinscharted for the last time. I'm leaving you."

Etymology: insinscere, shit, fart.

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Comments:

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2008-04-17: 00:01:00
Today's definition was suggested by doseydotes. Thank you doseydotes. ~ James

- 2008-04-19: 13:42:00
Nice word

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2009-06-03: 00:08:00
Today's definition was suggested by doseydotes. Thank you doseydotes. ~ James

'Please excuse me while I eructate.'

DEFINITION: v. To apologize for a belch, or the passing of gas, even though it is obvious that the action was done intentionally and with force. n. A person who apologizes insincerely for their burping or belching.

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