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'Oh please stay! And don't worry about Robbie. '

DEFINITION: n. The sense of discomfort created when "a couple" says you are welcome to stay, even though their behavior suggests that you are getting in the way. v. To sit uncomfortably between two lovers.

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Created by: weyrlady

Pronunciation: co-i-lin-ger

Sentence: She invited me to coilinger, but it was way too awkward.

Etymology: Combination of coitus and linger, with a play on the Japanese word "koi", meaning 'love'.

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Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: seks-ay-shun

Sentence: Bob felt a sense of sexation when John began licking Sue's neck. Should he stay for dessert, or should he leave the couple to find another use for his portion of the chocolate mousse?

Etymology: sex, vexation


Gets my vote! - Clayton, 2007-05-31: 07:00:00


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Created by: mizzverbz

Pronunciation: lef-owt

Sentence: Show me the way you came in and i'll help you lefout.

Etymology: guyanse dialect mixed with old guyanese saying

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Created by: TJayzz

Pronunciation: Gooz-buree-tude

Sentence: When Jill and Roger invited Mike to stay overnight, due to the snowstorm raging outside, he didn't think he would have to spend the whole evening feeling a right gooseberrytude while they smooched on the sofa.

Etymology: Gooseberry (a third person in the company of two lovers, who would rather be alone) + Intrude (being in a place or situation where one is unwelcome) = Gooseberrytude


a little offbeat but nice - Jabberwocky, 2008-07-21: 14:03:00

A bit crazy, but sounds nice - OZZIEBOB, 2008-07-22: 06:02:00


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Created by: Clayton

Pronunciation: koh-ISH-uhn-TROO-zhuhn

Sentence: Becky felt the pressure not to coitiontrude, and quickly said her goodbyes before her long walk back to the subway.

Etymology: coition + intrusion

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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: un-SAV-or-e-yur-ism

Sentence: When Harry and Sally invited Vern to hang around even as they continued petting and making out, Vern felt an almost overwhelming attack of unsavoryeurism as he tried, unsuccessfully, to avoid actually watching them,

Etymology: Blend of the words 'unsavory' (adj. socially or morally objectionable or offensive) and 'voyeurism' (the compulsion to seek sexual gratification by secretively looking at sexual objects or acts; the actions of a Peeping Tom)

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Created by: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: Blok-ah-tized

Sentence: Bobby bumbled and acted so blokatised to Betty that he made her feel uncomfortable. She knew he really wanted her to just leave!

Etymology: To Block ~ Atised ~ added to show action of being blocked by an emotion or statement that is untrue.

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Created by: frosteefire




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Created by: texmom

Pronunciation: in va tay shun eye tis

Sentence: He had the distinct feeling of invitationitis when the kissing started.

Etymology: invitation - asked to come/stay itis - illness

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Created by: stormyknight

Pronunciation: AWKWA VOY AHH ZIA

Sentence: Sam experienced a distinct feeling of awkavoyausia while Jane was otherwise occupied.

Etymology: A combination of awkwardness, Voyeurism, and Nausia.

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Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-05-31: 01:11:00
Today's definition was suggested by suzanne. Thank you suzanne! ~ James

texmom - 2007-05-31: 21:41:00
I enjoyed thinking of this one! And isn't it the truth!

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2011-05-05: 00:03:00
Today's definition was suggested by suzanne. Thank you suzanne. ~ James