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DEFINITION: n A lie told by a politician which is not really a lie, because in their heart of hearts, they are pretending it is true. v. To believe you are telling the truth even though you know it's really not.

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Created by: splendiction

Pronunciation: fab REE cat er

Sentence: “I smell well the stink my predecessor has produced and will clear the air with fresh, new, ideas!” Like many moldy fabricateurs, he had begun to deny his speeches had become stale. Believing his old lies became an important stench-masking device.

Etymology: From: fabricate and -eur.


Absolutely Fabrilous, Sweety Dahling! - Nosila, 2009-10-08: 23:03:00


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Created by: bedens

Pronunciation: Dee-FIB-uh-lay-shun

Sentence: 1. (n.) "I voted with the best interest of my constituents in mind", he said with defibelation. 2. (v.) Johnny J. Politician defibilated when stating his position on health care reform.

Etymology: De (to remove) - fib (an untruth) - elation (with joy or happiness). Also incorporates part of "defibrillation", which is the act of restoring the heart to its normal rhythm.

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Created by: PythianHabenero

Pronunciation: con-fav-you-ler-ass-ity

Sentence: If it's a confabulation with veracity, it's a confavuleracity!

Etymology: "confabulation" + "veracity"

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Created by: personak

Pronunciation: uh-lith-ee-AD-ih-cate

Sentence: It's obvious he's aletheadicating.

Etymology: Combination of "alethe" and "adicate" "alethe" from Greek "alethea" - true; "adicate" from Greek "adikeo" - wrong

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Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: poe/li/ti/coe/my/ly/tis

Sentence: Politicomylietis is an infectious viral disease rampant in political circles that affects the central nervous system and can cause temporary or permanent paralysis of the part of the brain which can distinguish between fact and fiction.

Etymology: political + poliomyelitis + my lie tis (true)


Love it, very clever - TJayzz, 2008-06-12: 15:30:00

Terrific word. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-13: 08:25:00


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Created by: Discoveria

Pronunciation: Bee-leef-fib

Sentence: "I did not have sexual relations with that woman," said the president, who must have had a different definition of the term than the rest of the English-speaking world.

Etymology: Belief + fib

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Created by: ziggy41

Pronunciation: (Ree-DUNK-shen)

Sentence: The statements he made were completely absurd redunctiones.

Etymology: Redundant + Function


pl: redunctiones; note that it can be turned into a adj. as such: redunctional, and adv.: redunctionally. - ziggy41, 2007-03-24: 15:07:00


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Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: lye win skeee

Sentence: he couldn't explain why the liewinskies always left a funny taste in his mouth.

Etymology: lie lewinski


mrskellyscl good one! - mrskellyscl, 2009-10-08: 05:37:00

Cute! - Nosila, 2009-10-08: 09:25:00

agree with all of the above - splendiction, 2009-10-08: 22:35:00

very clever... - mweinmann, 2009-10-09: 07:44:00


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Created by: Muttley74

Pronunciation: Po-littee-con

Sentence: It would be nice if our politicians would tell us the truth, explain the tough issues, and give us some choices for how to solve the problems. But until there is a grassroots movement supporting discussion of difficult issues—until the supporting winds blow hard enough for politicians with their fingers in the wind to sense the need to do it—most politicians will continue to make "politicons". Until we demonstrate that we can handle the truth, we can expect our politicians to keep lying to us. There will always be some politicians who will make "politicons" more than others and some who come very close to telling us the truth. It's easy enough to identify these two types: The lying politicians will usually be saying things that feel comfortable and require no effort on our part; the truth-telling politicians will usually be saying things we'd rather not hear and prefer not to think about.

Etymology: Politicon is derived from the word "Politics" and the word "Con" meaning to deceive and hoodwink

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Created by: johnnyrockett

Pronunciation: bee-leev-a-baa-bul

Sentence: "I feel your pain" he believababled.

Etymology: Believe-to have confidence in the truth bable(babel)-to mutter incoherently


I like it! - jedijawa, 2007-03-22: 21:52:00


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