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'Please do not talk to me while we are in the office.'

DEFINITION: v., To ignore a "friend" at work because you don't want anyone else to know that you are friends. n., A co-worker and secret "best friend" with whom it is best to keep your friendship confidential.

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Workjerk

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: werk jerk

Sentence: She was a darling at the weekend, but on mondays she reverted to workjerk

Etymology: work, jerk

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Differsociate

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: dif-er-SOSE-she-ayt

Sentence: Peggy Sue was a social climber as well as being professionally ambitious and she made social distinctions in public between those who could help or who might hinder her professionally as well as socially and would only associate with 'substandard' friends in private...to her, to differsociate was a survival mechanism more than it was a social aberration.

Etymology: Blend of 'differentiate' (to make a distinction) and 'associate' (to join as a companion, partner, or ally)

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COMMENTS:

clever - Jabberwocky, 2008-09-23: 10:18:00

Is that like differsity? - Nosila, 2008-09-23: 12:49:00

I'll bet Becky Sue, in her attempt to "sniff out" who would help and who would hinder...I am sure she has done quite a bit of kissassociating. :) - lumina, 2008-09-23: 16:56:00

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Incogamigo

Created by: verbinator

Pronunciation: in-COG-uh-MEE-goh

Sentence: Sarah and Kate were the classic incogamigos: cordial and distant co-workers by day, chummy phone pals by night.

Etymology: incognito + amigo

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Looks nice, sounds nice. I'll try this one out on my Italian-speaking in-laws, and see their response. - OZZIEBOB, 2007-10-25: 18:58:00

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Freatcode

Created by: iluvenglish

Pronunciation: freet-cod

Sentence: she always freatcodes in front of her boss

Etymology: friend, cheat, cheat code

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Confidont

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: känfədōnt

Sentence: Jill is Judy’s best of friend outside of work. At work she is a confidon’t, barely acknowledging that she knows Judy.

Etymology: confidant (a person with whom one shares a secret) + don’t (contraction of do not)

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:) - galwaywegian, 2011-07-07: 04:36:00

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Confidont

Created by: Chickp

Pronunciation: Con-fee-dont

Sentence: My office confidont will remember that we do not talk now but after hours.

Etymology: Confidant + don't

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Friendeprecate

Created by: QuantumMechanic

Pronunciation: fren dep ruh cate

Sentence: Don't come to my office George, or I'll have to friendeprecate you -- I need to keep my nose clean.

Etymology: friend + deprecate

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Nodnodacquaintance

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: nod nod akwain tans

Sentence: By day, Jill was a mild-mannered accountant and Jack was a mild-mannered sales manager. But no one in their office realized that they had a nondnodacquaintance. They appeared casual and aloof to each other at work. But by night, they were red-hot lovers and neither of their spouses realized that their collegiality actually went from the boardroom to the bedroom. Their clandestine relationship may have had something to do with the fact that they worked for a very religious publisher who had a no tolerance policy towards extra-marital trysts, punishable by termination of both parties.

Etymology: Nodding Acquaintance (someone known to you in passing;informal relationship) & Nod Nod (wink, wink, say no more, nuff said, know what you mean, a wink's as good as a nod to a blind horse...credit Monty Python...meaning secret, hint)

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Appropriatalis

Created by: StrangerThenFiction

Pronunciation: app-rope-ree-at-al-is

Sentence:

Etymology:

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Differfriendsheaint

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: Differ-friend-shee-aint

Sentence: She would always calmly and coldly differfriendsheaint between personal and professional relationships.

Etymology: Different friend she is not

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Convenfidant

Created by: bzav1

Pronunciation: con - veen - fi - dant

Sentence: Rose, having neither lunch nor plans, agreed reluntantly to meet her convenfidant, Elma, in hopes of getting a heads up on the promotion.

Etymology: convenient + confidant antonym - Stalleague stall + colleague Definition - a person a work that will hamper your professional and social standing by association

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Hypofriendal

Created by: ceilingtable

Pronunciation:

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Snubordinate

Created by: lumina

Pronunciation: snub/or/din/it

Sentence: On the weekends Tiffany and Becka could be found shopping, lunching and looking for love at the hottest clubs together. Becka didn't mind at all that come Monday she was nothing but Tiffany's snubordinate. "Tiff" promised once she got the keys to the Management lounge, they could...well, that she'd get fresher pastries, after work, outside, in the parking lot, around the corner and two blocks down.

Etymology: Snub: To ignore or behave coldly toward; slight. Suborninate: Belonging to a lower or inferior class or rank; secondary.

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She should be brought up on charges of insnubordination. - Mustang, 2008-09-23: 08:16:00

snubbery = opposite of snobbery?? very nice word - yellowbird, 2008-09-23: 18:34:00

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Chatfauxfoe

Created by: mryder

Pronunciation: chat / fa-h / foe

Sentence: Molly wandered passed Cindy gloomily, as she remembered that she was Cindy's chatfauxfoe, and that it was only acceptable to talk to her after work.

Etymology: Chat -ORIGIN shortening of CHATTER Faux- — ORIGIN French, ‘false’Foe-— ORIGIN from Old English, hostile; related to FEUD.

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Shunchum

Created by: TJayzz

Pronunciation: Sh-un-ch-um

Sentence: Sylvia had put in for the senior management position, So when Jill greeted her with the usual good morning in front of the boss, she felt it was best to shunchum her one time friend. After all, it wasn't the done thing to be too friendly with your subordinates.

Etymology: Shun(Ignore, reject) + Chum(Friend) ORIGIN Oxford University slang for room-mate, probably short for chamber fellow = Shunchum

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Prostabsectomy

Created by: NeuroGlyph

Pronunciation:

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Closetist

Created by: MithrilShadow

Pronunciation: Klosetist

Sentence: Do you ever get the feeling those two might have a thing for each other? I think they might be closetists.

Etymology: From the phrase "In the closet"

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Cinderally

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: sin derr al eye

Sentence: She would cover up her evenings with her cinderally by telling the people at the office that she had hired her to do some cleaning.

Etymology: cinderella, ally

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Nice word! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-10-25: 18:52:00

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Cubedestfriend

Created by: zavijava

Pronunciation:

Sentence: My cubedestfriend was so serious about keeping our friendship secret that if she needed advice at work, she'd go to the bathroom and call me at my desk.

Etymology: cubicle+clandestine+friend

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Afeigntance

Created by: milorush

Pronunciation: (n.) ə-fān'təns; (tr. v.) ə-fānt'

Sentence: Although Marsha considered her after-work chats with Louise to be the beginnings of a true friendship, Louise's refusal to interact with her during business hours proved that theirs was only an afeigntance.

Etymology: a[quain]tance + feign = to put on an appearance of

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(tr. v.) Afeignt - milorush, 2007-10-25: 17:20:00

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Sorpe

Created by: FreakoSpeako

Pronunciation:

Sentence: The lady sorped her friend for her job.

Etymology:

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Cryptopal

Created by: Koekbroer

Pronunciation: crip-toe-pal

Sentence: Clay and Doug worked at the same company but their immediate bosses were locked in a vicious feud so they were strictly cryptopals at work.

Etymology: crypto + pal. Origin from Greek kruptos 'hidden.'

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Cute...so Superman's secret friend is a Kryptopal?? - Nosila, 2010-02-23: 00:30:00

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Stealthmate

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: stealth-mate

Sentence: Even though they were best friends and soulmates, Tori and Sue had to be stealthmates in the office because it was against company policy to a supervisor to be friends with an underling. They even went to the next town to go shopping or to clubs so that no one from the office would see them.

Etymology: stealth: moving, acting or proceeding in a covert way + mate: one of a matched pair; close associate

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Incogmigo

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: in/kog/mee/goh

Sentence: Jenny liked to have a number of incogmigos at work who were used as her contacts to keep track of all the politics and gossip going on.

Etymology: INCOGMIGO - noun - from INCOGNITO (having one's identity concealed to avoid notice)+ AMIGO (a friend)

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Cryptmate

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: Krip/mate

Sentence: In the office, Jenny only got phone calls and e-mails from her cryptmate Barb, although they spent most weekends together cruising the night club scene.

Etymology: cryptic + mate

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Am I channelling Bobby "Boris Picket here?! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-10-25: 18:56:00

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Privypal

Created by: Kevcom

Pronunciation: pri__/vee/paall | Note: (__) = last 2 letters of the word prick. That is how pri is supposed to be pronounced: just like prick, but without the (ck).

Sentence: Melissa Adams was my best friend all through grade school, high school and university. We even got the same job together, yet we are not friends as much. We do not giggle like we use to in school. This is business, and our conversations cannot be disclosed. We are privypals by day, and aquaintances by night.

Etymology: privy (private) + pal (friend)

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COMMENTS:

Love it: great word! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-10-25: 18:59:00

Thankyou! - Kevcom, 2007-10-25: 22:24:00

Nice word Kevin.!! - Stevenson0, 2007-10-26: 07:56:00

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Confidononer

Created by: Lidipop

Pronunciation: Kon-f-eye-doh-no-ner!

Sentence: Best friend by night, Confidononer by day!

Etymology: confide(say something in trust)+oh!(as in oh! not her)+ no(a negating expression)

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I read your word as confi(don't know her) - Jabberwocky, 2007-10-25: 12:26:00

that works also :) - Lidipop, 2007-10-25: 14:55:00

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Hyde

zxvasdf

Created by: zxvasdf

Pronunciation: hīd'

Sentence: To engage in a hyde is to deny your companion, and further suggests as to the superficiality of the relationship despite outward clues towards the otherwise. Sigh! She's hyding again. I guess I'll eat lunch by myself again, thought Suzy. Hydden relationships cluster in office buildings all over the world. Confessions of a Serial Hyder: A Memoir was ranked at lowest by the NY Times owing to the generally unappealing choice of verbosity.

Etymology: Hyde (of Jekyll and Hyde notoriety, suggesting a complete upheaval of the original personality)

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metrohumanx BRILLIANT! - metrohumanx, 2008-10-14: 02:46:00

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Comradeslip

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: com/rad/slip

Sentence: Our friendship vaccilated between comradeship and comradeslip when the upper management were within earshot.

Etymology: comradeship + slip

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i like your sentence :) - Lidipop, 2007-10-25: 10:37:00

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Chumvenience

Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: chum-veen-yenss

Sentence: Sue thought Marcy was her best friend, but when her attempt to strike up a conversation with her at the conference was met with Marcy's cold glare, Sue realized she was just a chumvenience.

Etymology: chum, convenience

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I like it! - Jabberwocky, 2007-10-25: 11:13:00

So do I! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-10-25: 18:51:00

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Secretfriendzy

Created by: kimbo123

Pronunciation: secret-frenzy

Sentence: She wanted her only as a secretfriendzy.

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Protocoldshoulder

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: pro/toe/cold/shol/dur

Sentence: Whenever I encounter my barhopping buddy/CEO at work I am given the protocoldshoulder.

Etymology: protocol (official formality and etiquette) + cold shoulder (snub)

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Exquisite!! - Mustang, 2008-09-23: 08:13:00

Good word - OZZIEBOB, 2008-09-24: 05:46:00

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Slitch

Created by: idavecook

Pronunciation: S L "ICH"

Sentence: Becky was always sliching through the office, just waiting.

Etymology:

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Confriendential

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: känfrendenchəl

Sentence: John and Tim are roommates. They have been since college. When they ended up working for the same company their situation became confriendential. The company policy against nepotism includes domestic partners which they are not. They only sleep in the same bed because they can*t afford a two-bedroom apartment. The shared showers save water. And the kissing? That*s just because they both come from affectionate families.

Etymology: Confidential (intended to be kept secret) + Friend (a person whom one knows and with whom one has a bond of mutual affection)

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Not that there is anything wrong with it.... - Nosila, 2010-02-23: 01:30:00

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Mystimate

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: mis-ti-meyt

Sentence: She mysticated almost everyone in the office and it seemed to be working well so far. Next on her list was to conquer the cleaning staff - after hours of course.

Etymology: mystic (secret) + mate (pal)

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Differfriendsheaint

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: diff-er-FREND-she-aynt

Sentence: Leann was a social and professional climber and though she had become pals with some of her coworkers, whenever the out of town bosses were around she would always differfriendsheaint, publicly ignoring her friends.

Etymology: Blend of words 'differentiate'( to make a distinction) 'friend' and 'aint'.

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Underpal

Created by: happyjocy

Pronunciation:

Sentence: When they were at work, Betty and Jane were 2 people from different planets. But, in a shopping mall, these two underpals made the perfect pair.

Etymology: Under (beneath, below, the other side of things) + pal (friend)

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Snubjugate

Created by: badsnudge

Pronunciation: \ˈsnəb-ji-ˌgāt\

Sentence: Felicia would often snubjugate her office-mate when others were around yet would confide and even depend upon Molly when alone.

Etymology: Middle English, from Latin 'snubguts'

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Chugotitmane

Created by: BigKP

Pronunciation: ch-you-got-it-man

Sentence: My secret crush at the office kept trying to make Chugotitmane with me.

Etymology:

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Egalitard

DaddyNewt

Created by: DaddyNewt

Pronunciation: ee/gal/i/tard

Sentence: With her pleasant demeanor and slow wit, Connie was the perfect egalitard.

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Secreaturalist

Created by: looseball

Pronunciation:

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Intichat

Entombor2

Created by: Entombor2

Pronunciation: in e chat

Sentence:

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Incogmigo

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: in/kog/mee/goh

Sentence: Jenny liked to have a number of incogmigos at work who were used as her contacts to keep track of all the politics and gossip going on.

Etymology: INCOGMIGO - noun - from INCOGNITO (having one's identity concealed to avoid notice)+ AMIGO (a friend)

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I likey, and I votey. :) - lumina, 2008-09-24: 00:07:00

I like it too. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-09-24: 05:47:00

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Shamemate

DrWebsterIII

Created by: DrWebsterIII

Pronunciation: shame + mate

Sentence: Jill was no fool. She understood that her new frenemy Maggie, was just a shamemate, but Jill was low on friends at the office, and she did love to gossip.

Etymology: shame: embarrassment + mate: friend

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Palnopalism

SteveMB1959

Created by: SteveMB1959

Pronunciation: Pal-no-pal-ism

Sentence: At weekends she's my pal, then weekdays she's not. Pal, no pal. (Part-time friend)

Etymology: Meaning pal (friend) some days, not a pal other days.

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Ssshociashun

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: sssssh so see ay shun

Sentence: Erika was friends with her boss, Sally, but company policy forbid fraternizing. Instead they had developed a ssshociashun, where they ignored each other at work. This tactic came in when Sally was caught stealing from her employer, The Public Library. Erika did not want to be found Guilty by Ssshociashun.

Etymology: Sssh (the sound you make when trying to quiet somebody) & Association (a formal organization of people or groups of people;a social or business relationship) & Shun ( avoid and stay away from deliberately; stay clear of)

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Hushmate

vmalcolm

Created by: vmalcolm

Pronunciation: /hʌʃmeit/

Sentence: :- "You thought we were friends!!! We are darling, but a new kind of friends which is very hype today: we're hushmates..." (and if you don't like it then hush up).

Etymology: HUSHMATE. Hush (To keep from public knowledge; suppress mention of) + Mate (A person with whom one is in close association; an associate)

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Defriendtiate

Created by: KenM2

Pronunciation:

Sentence: I know we are close, but I must defrienciate our relationship at work.

Etymology: de-friend+differentiate - definition: To remove friendships from the work environment by setting it apart from the non-work relationship.

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Passociate

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: pas so she at

Sentence: Mindy and Rowena are inseparable on the weekends and at social functions. They also work together and since fraternization between management (Mindy) & staff (Rowena)is frowned upon, they have passociate relationship. When they pass each other in the hall, they feign indifference. For up-and-comer Mindy,this is a smart tactic, since Rowena is President of the local UFO Society, leads a coven and has been known to speak in Klingon.

Etymology: Pass (allow to go without comment;be identified, regarded, accepted, or mistaken for someone or something else; as by denying one's own ancestry or background) & Associate (a person who is frequently in the company of another;colleague;friend)

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Confriendential

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: kon-frend-den-shuh l

Sentence: Kate and Allie grew up together. They went to college together. They are roommates. The fact that they work as sales reps for competing companies means that their relationship is confriendential at work.

Etymology: confidential (in strict privacy or secrecy) + friend (a person attached to another by feelings of affection or personal regard)

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Assocignorade

Created by: xirtam

Pronunciation: uh-soh-shee-ig-nawr-ad

Sentence: John refused to meet his assocignorade, Jayne, for lunch because of the company policy forbidding office romances.

Etymology: Middle English associaten Latin ignōrāre French camarade

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Colintimate

Created by: Juny1

Pronunciation: cul-int-i-mate

Sentence: During the meeting the were have a culintimate conversation.

Etymology: colleague + intimate

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Slykick

Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: SLAHY_kik

Sentence: Bob & Roxie remained cautiously inchummunicado, slykicks and chumdestine shushmates through out years of marriage.

Etymology: SLY: dexterous in performing an action, so as to escape notice & KICK: (as in sidekick): close friend who accompanies his buddies in their activities [syn: mate, cobber, digger, buddy, brother, chum, crony, pal,)

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inchummunicado and chumdestine are fabulous - Jabberwocky, 2008-09-23: 10:19:00

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Cooleague

petaj

Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: cool-eeg

Sentence: Cheryl is so friendly on the weekends but come Monday morning she treats my like a cooleague.

Etymology: colleague + cool

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Conafiliate

Created by: Katie

Pronunciation: con-afil-iate

Sentence: I know we are friends but i cant conafiliate with you in public.

Etymology: con+afiliate

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Nocquaintance

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: no kwayn tans

Sentence: Although Sally had hired her best friend Melissa and had still socialized with her outside work at non-work functions, she did not want it known they were friends. Melissa was now a nocquaintance and went along with this charade.In truth, Sally and she were long-time lovers and their employer, The Straight Times, a gay-bashing extreme newspaper tended to frown on this type of relationship!

Etymology: No (not, negative) & Acquaintance (colleague, associate)

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Ninchum

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: nin-chəm

Sentence: Don was Barbara's best ninchum. Her company had a strict policy against co-workers fraternizing and the fact that she was his supervisor made it all the more imperative to keep their friendship under wraps. They had known each other since elementary school but now acted like they had never met before.

Etymology: Ninja (In Japanese history, a ninjais a warrior, trained in martial arts, and specializing in a variety of unorthodox arts of war. The methods used by ninja included assassination, espionage, stealth, camouflage)+ chum (a close friend.)

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Cubevert

MrDave2176

Created by: MrDave2176

Pronunciation: kyub-VERT / enn-IG-maydz

Sentence: Sarah and Tammy had been cubevertly seeing each other despite being coworkers, however, as enigmaides they were having trouble concealing what happened during lunch hour.

Etymology: cube (as in cubicle) + covert / enigma + aides

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COMMENTS:

MrDave2176 Wow, sorry for the late entry! I nealy missed this. - MrDave2176, 2007-10-25: 22:13:00

MrDave2176 oh I just thought of another one...dissenfriendchise - MrDave2176, 2007-10-25: 22:16:00

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Nosociate

Created by: Lolagrrl

Pronunciation: Know-soss-ee-ate

Sentence: You can't tell by the way he dismisses my ideas but the AD of Marketing is a nosociate of mine... Really... He is.

Etymology: No - not, nyet, negatory, nunca + Associate minus Ass - as in "a$$hole" but the ass is still there, it's just silent

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Funny etymology! - purpleartichokes, 2007-10-25: 11:38:00

Hahaha! Thanks! :D - Lolagrrl, 2007-10-25: 12:36:00

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Nontoktomise

Created by: brimuth

Pronunciation: non - tock - too - m - eyes

Sentence: The Supervisor's nontoktomise approach to her supposed best friend in the office, upset and annoyed those who witnessed the effect it had on her.

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Comradeshush

Created by: prufrock73

Pronunciation: kŏm'răd'-e-shŭsh

Sentence: Grinning at each other during the meeting, none of the other staff had any idea that Gladys and Eunice were comradeshushes.

Etymology: comrade + shush Likely first appeared in 19th century Russia.

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A Siberian soujourn will wipe the grins off their faces. Good word! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-10-25: 18:49:00

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Careerful

Created by: Osomatic

Pronunciation: car + ear + full

Sentence: I got a careerful from my buddy about his weekend of boozing and carousing, but then we went back to just being plain old co-workers.

Etymology: career + earful

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Dispalomime

hooterbug

Created by: hooterbug

Pronunciation: dis/pal/o/mime

Sentence: My dispalomime Suzy cant keep her trap shut when we are at the office. I dont want anyone to know we go out after work because everyone considers Suzy to be a floozy. Well, she IS one but Suzy always attracts lots of men when she goes out and theres always an extra wingman for me.

Etymology: Dis (to show disrespect for; affront) + Pal (intimate friend; comrade; chum.) + Pantomime (conveying emotions, actions, feelings, etc., by gestures without speech.)

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COMMENTS:

funny - Jabberwocky, 2008-09-23: 10:20:00

Love it! - Nosila, 2008-09-23: 12:42:00

good word. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-09-24: 05:49:00

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Amighost

Created by: Kyoti

Pronunciation: Ah-mee-gohst

Sentence: Janice and Sylvia glanced surreptitiously at the copy machine while tapping a finger on their respective phone receivers to indicate they would meet at 1pm to exchange client information and catch up on office gossip while making xeroxes of company memos. To the untrained eye, it would be difficult to discern that they were actually good amighosts.

Etymology: Amigos: friends + ghosts: invisible visitors.

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Friendicate

Created by: svnfsvn

Pronunciation:

Sentence: Me and bob friendicated during happyhour.

Etymology: friend + syndicate

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Hushhushpal

Created by: Missnah

Pronunciation: hush-hush-pal

Sentence: As hushhushpals Sarah and I pretended to barely tolerate each other at work.

Etymology: To keep sth hush hush - to keep it quiet/secret pal - friend

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Slymatize

lwidmer

Created by: lwidmer

Pronunciation: SLY mah TIZE

Sentence: "Sherri was nearly caught slymatizing with Helen by the fax machine."

Etymology: From the Greek "sly" meaning doing something your mother shouldn't know about, and the Australian "mate" meaning a friend or chum who would hold your hair back while you throw up.

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Inchummunicado

Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: in-chuhm-myoo-ni-KAH-do

Sentence: Bob and Roxie remained paloof shushmates, in inchummunicado, through months of management meetings.

Etymology: Blend of "chum" & incommunicado. Paloof: pals who deliberately remain aloof for business or other reasons. Shushmates: mates who keep quiet for gain or favour.

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Blend of "chum" & incommunicado. Paloof: pals who deliberately remain aloof for business or other reasons. Shushmates: mates who keep quiet for gain or favour. - OZZIEBOB, 2007-10-25: 06:34:00

Nice! - purpleartichokes, 2007-10-25: 06:52:00

you always pack your sentences with more than one great word - Jabberwocky, 2007-10-25: 11:16:00

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Dismissami

Created by: thebaron

Pronunciation: dis-miss- a- mi

Sentence: Jane was getting tired of being Karen's dismissami at the office-- ignoring Jane in front of VIPs, then calling her every night to chat.

Etymology: dismiss & ami (friend)

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COMMENTS:

So you dismissami, do you? Good word! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-10-25: 19:05:00

MrDave2176 Hasn't scratched the surface yet? - MrDave2176, 2007-10-25: 22:15:00

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Dissassociate

libertybelle

Created by: libertybelle

Pronunciation: dis-ass-oh-see-ate

Sentence: Although Margot liked to tell Gina all about her man troubles during trips to the bathroom, she thought it better for her reputation to dissassociate with her at all other times.

Etymology: diss - slang for snub + associate - syn for friend

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Comments:

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-10-25: 03:07:00
Today's definition was suggested by remistram. Thank you remistram! ~ James

lumina - 2008-09-25: 12:01:00
"Yay!" :)

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2010-02-22: 00:05:00
Today's definition was suggested by remistram. Thank you remistram. ~ James