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Created by: Syzygy

Pronunciation: Clo-nun-si-ay-shun

Sentence: After a few drinks with her Southerner friends, Megan began to coneunciate a Southern drawl.

Etymology: Clone and Pronounce

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Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: mim/ee/uh/jar/gon

Sentence: After spending many hours interviewing high school students, the counsellor's mimeojargon became part of her life and her friends just didn't understand her.

Etymology: mimeograph + jargon

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Created by: h4ste

Pronunciation: leech - speek

Sentence: 4 months was all it took for you to leeschpik us Australians, good on ya mate!

Etymology: leech + speak


Bloody oath! ( I hope Google's right and that means "too true") I was trying to pick up on your leech reference - Jabberwocky, 2007-09-12: 10:40:00


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Created by: sparkles510


Sentence: Ami's new attitude was definitely influenced by palingo from Jess.


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Created by: rikboyee

Pronunciation: awe-toe-mim-ick

Sentence: why this car is automimic, systemimic, hyyyyyydrooomimic..why it could be greased lightning!

Etymology: automatic, mimic

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Created by: Pseudonym

Pronunciation: low-kal-lo-kew-shun

Sentence: "Thirty minutes in a departure lounge, and I'm already doing localocution!"

Etymology: locality + locution

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Created by: ScrabbledEgg

Pronunciation: aw-dee-ahz-moe-sis

Sentence: Although initially bewildered, I too was soon speaking in a thick Scottish brogue, thanks to audiosmosis.

Etymology: audio + osmosis

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Created by: graypenguin

Pronunciation: lawl-er-ize

Sentence: He became so lolerized that nobody knows what he's saying except 16 year old girls.

Etymology: lol + ized (as in "to become")

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Created by: staggolee

Pronunciation: vo-KA-myoo-LAYT vo (as in vote)-KA (as in cat)-myoo-LAYT

Sentence: I admire her so much, I try to vocamulate her speaking style.

Etymology: v. [Seattle-American English---vocal: Middle English, from Old French, from Latin vōcālis, from vōx, vōc + emulate: Latin aemulārī, aemulāt-, from aemulus, emulous]

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Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: lin-GWA-klone

Sentence: When Bob found himself marooned on a tiny desert island with a group of survivors, whose mother tongue was Esperanto, and uttered the palindrome "Sane volema kara rara kamelo venas" (a healthily wishful dear rare camel is coming), he realized that he had fully linguacloned with them.

Etymology: Lingua(l):tongue,speech, language & Clone:identical copy. And let's not forget the rhyme with the self-study language course: Linguaphone


and if you happen to like run on sentences you would be a linguaclonedrone - Jabberwocky, 2007-09-12: 11:18:00


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Jabberwocky - 2007-09-12: 10:46:00
and if you happen to like run on sentences you would be a linguaclonedrone

MrDave2176 MrDave2176 - 2007-09-12: 21:43:00
Does that mean if you drone on endlessly to people on a mobile you are a cellphone linguaclonedrone?

'OMG YGLT Shakespeare'

DEFINITION: To unconsciously adopt the vocal mannerisms and linguistic stylings of the people with whom you are speaking.

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