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Lamborweenie

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: lam bowr wee neee

Sentence: he put hios foot down and it immediately became obvious that the only horses under the hood of his lamborweenie were on the way to the knackers yard

Etymology: lamborghini, weenie

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COMMENTS:

Jolly good word! - silveryaspen, 2008-12-26: 10:17:00

It's a weener! - Nosila, 2008-12-26: 18:50:00

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Improperganda

Created by: Banky

Pronunciation: im-prawp-ur-gan-duh

Sentence: John's "Hung Like John Holmes" t-shirt was revealed to be a clear case of improperganda, when Denise found that he actually was packing about a half roll of Certs where it counted.

Etymology: improper + propaganda

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COMMENTS:

Good one, Banky...must be where they got the word "incerts" from... - Nosila, 2008-03-03: 01:16:00

Great words that you fit together like a glove. Incorporating propaganda gave it such meaninggull twist! Exceptional! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-03: 09:21:00

Meant to type meaningfull ... have no idea where that freudian fingerslip came from! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-03: 09:21:00

Rolls of the tongue - amigamark, 2008-03-03: 14:42:00

Nice word and 'uplifting' sentence. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-03-03: 18:33:00

This is cert'ainly an amusing submission! I didn't know who John Holmes was until I looked him up... Ya' learn something new every day. Very funny blend. - Tigger, 2008-03-03: 22:09:00

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Sublabing

Created by: 584642

Pronunciation: sub- leb-ing

Sentence: He was clearly sublabing when he tried to sell the knock off subaru when it was clearly of phillipian brand.

Etymology: sub- below lab- to take, sieze ing- the act of

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Liabel

Created by: tbAG84

Pronunciation: ly-bel

Sentence: Jennifer could spot a fake Fendi from a mile away but this was worse. a plastic bag with Fendi scrwled across it is magic marker was the most heinous case of liabel she had ever witnessed.

Etymology: Libel- to misrepresent damagingly Label- a strip of cloth indicating a the manufacturer of a garment.

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COMMENTS:

pleese ignre thse typpos everywun. - tbAG84, 2008-03-03: 23:43:00

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Intravest

Created by: JeffreyNorris

Pronunciation: in-trə-'vest

Sentence: For Christmas, we all decided to intravest our gifts; I put a regular blanket into a Snuggie box.

Etymology: intra- (within) + vest (garment)

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Tacksimile

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: tak sim il lee

Sentence: Wayne's BMW-stickered wheel barrow was a cheap tacksimile and although he was dumb to think of it, his girlfriend Monica was even dumber to think it was the branded real thing!

Etymology: Tacky (tastelessly showy) & Facsimile (a copy;reproduction)

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Pervhibition

Created by: lilyk12342

Pronunciation: perv-hi-bi-tion

Sentence: The man made quite a pervhibition about his new cell phone, which he advertised as an iPhone, although it was a knockoff.

Etymology: perv-from pervasion, to be distorted. hibition-from exhibition, a public display

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Logoflage

Created by: ErWenn

Pronunciation: /ˈloʊgəˌflaʒ/ /LOH-guh-Flahzh/

Sentence: If you can't tell the difference between the logoflaged version and the name brand one, you probably shouldn't spend the extra money on the original.

Etymology: from (camou)flage + logo

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Agree with your perspective on this one! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-03: 09:44:00

Top word! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-03-03: 18:31:00

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Changeaname

Created by: alybliss

Pronunciation:

Sentence: Henry had every intention of carrying out his changeaname scam, as he knew his high maintainance wife would not approve of a primark bed spread

Etymology:

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COMMENTS:

Do you think his wife will discover Henry's alias when she busts his changeaname scam? Interesting! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-03: 22:48:00

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Counterfiat

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: kown ter fee yat

Sentence: Frederico Felonio was not just a suave playboy and wannabe mafioso, he actually owned synthetic samples of famous Italian brand names. He had fake Ferrugamo shoes, phoney Fendi bags, artificial Armani suits, plastic Prada products,pukey Pucci,mock Moschino, copy Cavalli and worst he drove a counterFiat. Many would think he was an imitation Italian or worse a Soprani Soprano... he tried to get out, but they kept pulling him back in!

Etymology: Counterfeit (make a copy of with the intent to deceive; not genuine; imitating something superior) & Fiat (Fiat S.p.A., an acronym for Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino: Italian Automobile Factory of Turin), is an Italian automobile manufacturer, engine manufacturer, financial and industrial group based in Turin in the Piedmont region)

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COMMENTS:

artr Very alliterate. - artr, 2010-05-12: 06:29:00

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Comments:

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2008-03-03: 00:01:00
Today's definition was suggested by ddove60. Thank you ddove60. ~ James

silveryaspen - 2008-03-03: 10:00:00
Your definition, ddove60, along with your cartoon, James, inspired so many witty, clever verboticisms today, a wonderful slate of fun words here today!

Tigger - 2008-03-03: 22:16:00
The cartoon is hilarious, by the way. I bet that 'convertible' handles great!

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2008-03-04: 15:16:00
Thanks silveryaspen and Tigger! ~ James

Ilan - 2008-12-30: 20:25:00
Spirit of the stairwell strikes again! Missed my chance to submit "abbrandizement".

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2010-05-12: 00:05:00
Today's definition was suggested by ddove60. Thank you ddove60. ~ James

'Would you like to try my new ride?'

DEFINITION: v. To purchase a low-cost product and cover it with the label, or put it inside the packaging of a premium brand. n. A cheap product, which has been repackaged, or relabeled, by the consumer to make it look like an expensive brand.

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