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Created by: mamallama

Pronunciation: LI-po-in-su-LA-shun

Sentence: No, I'm not gaining weight... it's just lipoinsulation for the winter.

Etymology: lipo = fat + insulation = stuff that keeps you warm


mamallama First time caller! - mamallama, 2007-11-21: 16:01:00

Welcome-enjoy the game. Good start! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-11-21: 17:40:00


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Created by: thebaron

Pronunciation: per-ma-lard

Sentence: Jeff piled on those potatoes, knowing a layer of permalard was required for the long arctic winter.


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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: sno fols ter ee

Sentence: Anna always ate a lot more as winter grew near. She knew she'd need some snowpholstery to get through the long winter and keep warm.

Etymology: Snow (winter's precipitation) & Upholstery (padding; extra comfort)

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Created by: Tigger

Pronunciation: hām'-nə-stē

Sentence: "It sure is getting cold lately. Oh hey, if you're not going to finish that meat, I'll have the rest of it," said Margaret, adjusting her waistband, "and please pass the mashed potatoes and gravy," she stated, with hamnesty. She had been putting on quite a few pounds of insulard over the last few weeks.

Etymology: ham (Middle English, hamme "meat from the leg of a hog") + (Greek, amnéstía - oblivion, "a period during which offenders are exempt from punishment")


Hilarious!! - purpleartichokes, 2007-11-21: 04:29:00

yes - very funny - Jabberwocky, 2007-11-21: 10:54:00

It seems with Margaret that it's all going to waist! Great sentence & word. - OZZIEBOB, 2007-11-21: 16:34:00


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Created by: TJayzz

Pronunciation: Seez-ons-eet-ings

Sentence: As Sue heard the cold wind whistling through the gap in the kitchen window, she reached for another plateful of stew and dumplings. She wasn't bothered about the calorie count as she had convinced herself that it was seasonseatings time again and she must be prepared for the harsh winter ahead.

Etymology: Season(one of four divisions of the year, Spring, Summer, Autumn and WINTER) + Eating(consuming food, chewing and swallowing) = Seasonseatings

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: blōtkōt

Sentence: While others are wearing heavy parkas and what they call puffy jackets Tim is wearing a thin windbreaker. This is because he is wearing a bloatcoat. Starting at Thanksgiving he has been on a Paula Dean-inspired diet of butterfried schrimp, buttermilk cake with butter icing and buttermilkshakes. His only regret is that he has not been able to find a ready source of muktuk.

Etymology: bloat (become swollen with fluid or gas) + coat (an outer garment worn outdoors, having sleeves and typically extending below the hips)

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Created by: mvsmyth

Pronunciation: glay-zen

Sentence: Despite his wife Janet's protestations about his rising cholesterol level, Alex glazenly went back for seconds from the decadent holiday buffet.

Etymology: From "glazed", describing the overly-rich holiday fare, both sweet and savory, that is so often covered in sauces, gravies, icings, and syrups; along with ""brazen", meaning marked with flagrant and insolent audacity.

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Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: FLAB-di-keyt

Sentence: Roxie was a "fausse maigre" who, to calorie-proof herself against the "harsh" Australian winter, flabdicated with fattitude!

Etymology: 1.Flabdicate: flab(fat) & abdicate (give up the responsibility for ..flab.) 2.Fausse maigre: One who looks thin, but in reality is fat. 3. Fattitude: A positive attitude displayed by an overweight person towards their own body. (I Smirt, U Stooze, They Kr


funny - Jabberwocky, 2007-11-21: 10:51:00


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Created by: thegoatisbad

Pronunciation: po-co-cor-pu-len-te

Sentence: Above her desk, Kimberly kept a calendar with photos from various missions to the moon. She liked to be reminded of the moon phases and the period of time when science fiction permeated popular culture. But her calendar failed to document a waxing and waning moon much closer to Kimberly's heart: the one she bought elastic-waist pants for. Around the same time as the leaves' changing, Kimberly's eating habits changed from "pollo poco" to "pococurpulente." It should be no surprise that she always kept cheese in her desk.

Etymology: pococurante (little concern) + corpulent (having a large body)

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Created by: jkernen1


Sentence: Sally felt the need to gorgulate at thanksgiving in preparation for the cold winter.

Etymology: gorge + insulate

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Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-11-21: 00:01:00
Today's definition was suggested by remistram. Thank you remistram! ~ James

galwaywegian - 2008-10-20: 09:35:00
good standard today:)

Nuwanda - 2008-10-20: 22:51:00
Does anyone else get an error message when trying to vote sometimes? I think it keeps counting the votes I am trying to cast even though it comes up with a long string of unintelligible text.

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2010-03-16: 00:03:00
Today's definition was suggested by remistram. Thank you remistram. ~ James

'May I have the sweet potato fries? '

DEFINITION: v., To not feel guilty about all the weight you're putting on, because you need all the extra calories you can get, to survive the harsh winter climate. n., A type of fat gained by mammals in preparation for winter hibernation.

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