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'Happy Holidays from the North Pole!'

DEFINITION: To offer non-denominational, inter-faith seasonal greetings, which are nevertheless a tad politically incorrect.

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Insaludate

Created by: Benperson

Pronunciation: (in-SAL-yoo-dayt)

Sentence: I was embarrassed when my atheist Grandpa insaludated my Jewish teacher.

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Holidooze

Created by: Malemocynt

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Sentence: That airport in the news has no idea how to holidooze their way through a multi-culti crowd.

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Fakitusgreetingus

Created by: jonique

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Sentence: Carl's fakitusgreetinguses always seem phony and forced.

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Greaith

Created by: tpm01

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Molesentimenthol

Created by: Hjason

Pronunciation: mo-le-sent-e-men-thol

Sentence: Johnny used his molesentimenthol tendancies completely ruin my favorite holiday. It shocked my whole family when he equated Rudolph's shiny nose to the name of some dirty magazine!

Etymology: Molest-sentimental

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- Hjason, 2006-12-19: 13:50:00

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Nondengreet

Created by: gale37

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Happygenerism

Created by: Baruch

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Breetch

sleep

Created by: sleep

Pronunciation: breech

Sentence: Tom, in a breetch of holiday conduct, said, "Happy Jewish Holidays!"

Etymology: greet, botch, breach

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Conpolylogoreligiocentric

Created by: rtrtrth

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Dismarculate

Created by: Divakar

Pronunciation: dis-MAR-cue-late

Sentence: Even though she knew he meant well, Jill couldn't believe John would just dismarculate so openly.

Etymology: dis (not) + marcar (spanish for "mark" or "observe")

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Comments:

wordmeister - 2006-12-12: 10:34:00
Hey quippingqueen, Good glitch! And I like your quack-pots and nag-gnostics too.

warped - 2006-12-12: 15:58:00
My bad-I didn't see there was already a word like holicide (yulecide). Also, "Fauxmas" is also mine, before I figured out how to log in. :/

warped - 2006-12-12: 15:59:00
Also-yaaay, i'm in the top five right now!

hvhtim - 2006-12-12: 16:01:00
don't forget to vote for politicalmas the holiday of political correctness

wordmeister - 2006-12-12: 17:46:00
Hye babel, you're still at the top even with all the new competition. May I wish you a "feliznaviwhosyourdaddy"!

babel - 2006-12-12: 18:15:00
You may meister, and congrats for 'feliz..' jabberwocky. i was really shocked to see all these new entries, thought there had been a mass spamming.

Jabberwocky - 2006-12-13: 13:01:00
hats off to a true wordsmith Babel