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DEFINITION: v. To follow a diet with such rigor and fervor that it consumes all your energy, and throws everything, even your desserts, out of proportion. n. A person who thinks too much about what they eat.

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Created by: hyperborean

Pronunciation: hu-loos-uh-neet

Sentence: If she concentrated hard enough, Sheila could hallucineat without consuming a calorie or sacrificing flavor.

Etymology: hallucinate + eat

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Created by: allwise

Pronunciation: dy-et-o-hol-ik

Sentence: Reba was a dietoholic, she couldn't even eat a rice-cake without a bad conscience!

Etymology: diet: to loose weight by limiting consumption -holic: addicted to

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Created by: Javeson1

Pronunciation: rig-er-mowr-dez-ur-tiss

Sentence: I'm not going to lose a pound if rigormordessertis sets in

Etymology: rigor mortis + more dessert; it's a play on rigor mortis, which is when dead people get stiff, in that you're rigorously eating more dessert...

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Created by: mickey666

Pronunciation: phonetic

Sentence: The chocolate eclair was begging to be eaten. Her hands hovered over it, yet she was able to resist. Unjustdessert, indeed.


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Created by: verndo

Pronunciation: Ahb so lee t

Sentence: Wendy is so obsoleat with this new diet! If she isn't careful, she's gonna kill herself!

Etymology: Obsess + Eat = Obsolete (Death)

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Created by: Maureen

Pronunciation: cal-or-fat-ic

Sentence: She found the calorfatic diet rather restricting as even a non-fat icypole made her cringe.

Etymology: Calorie - unit of heat. Fat - oily substance found in human bodies. ic-suffix - belonging to.

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Created by: sodium

Pronunciation: ann-oh-may-nee-uh

Sentence: Clarence's anomania caused him to constantly ask the waitstaff at restaurants precisely how many calories were in each dish.

Etymology: anorexia + mania

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Created by: Carla

Pronunciation: fat-an-ic

Sentence: Myrtle's friends were concerned by her fatanicism. She spent longer reading the dietary information printed on food packaging than she did consuming the contents. Myrtle resisted their suggestions that her behaviour was fatanical - she preferred to describe it as a complumpsion.

Etymology: fat + fanatic (a person marked or motivated by an extreme, unreasoning enthusiasm) / Wordplay on Satanic

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Created by: chofu67

Pronunciation: pare a vore

Sentence: Her obsession with eating only from an ever diminishing selection of acceptable foods had turned Edie into a virtual paravore.

Etymology: paranoid + vore (as in omnivore, carnivore, etc.)

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Created by: Koekbroer

Pronunciation: con-syoo-main-eeya

Sentence: "Rachel gobbled it all up. She inhaled it. It was total consumania."

Etymology: consume + mania

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