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'This donut is so good!'

DEFINITION: v. To enjoy, or derive physical pleasure from, the eating of sweets and other sugared substances -- often leads to over-consumption. n. Pleasure derived from the consumption of sweets.

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Sweetitillate

Created by: llimllib

Pronunciation: Swee-`tit-ill-late

Sentence: The new "candy bar" at the movie theater was designed to massively sweetitillate its customers.

Etymology: From the greek "tit", literally "a nodule of flesh capped with an especially sweet raisin".

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Glucosagasm

Created by: CHELLA

Pronunciation: GLUE-COSE-A-GAZ'M

Sentence: WHEN I SAW THE PILE OF KRISPY KREMES, I HAD MULTIPLE GLUCOSAGASMS!

Etymology: SORRY VADER! I MADE THIS BEFORE I SAW YOURS - GREAT (OR DIRTY) MINDS THINK ALIKE =)

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Stuffumunch

Created by: myss51

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Etymology: Stuff yourself by munching on food.

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Honeydoom

Created by: Jhurk

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Sweetle

Created by: antonhere

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Obzhirate

Created by: Krauss

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Gleecose

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: glēkōs

Sentence: After a Krispy Kreme binge, John thought he might need to check his gleecose level. He was especially concerned when he nicked himself shaving and found that his blood was crystallizing. When he went out for his morning run, he was swarmed by bees but instead of being stung the bees seemed to be licking him.

Etymology: glee (great delight) + glucose (a simple sugar that is an important energy source in living organisms and is a component of many carbohydrates)

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COMMENTS:

great word!! - mweinmann, 2009-08-05: 07:58:00

Sweet word! Makes me giggle - jrogan, 2009-08-05: 12:29:00

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Glucogulp

Created by: Tealeaf

Pronunciation: gloo'-ka-gulp

Sentence: "I'm about to glucogulp my way out of these size 6 shorts."

Etymology: glucose and gulping a glutton does make

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Confectionoration

Created by: Ochiee

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Etymology: confection + adoration

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Sacchrophilia

Created by: mousefeathers

Pronunciation: sack-row-FILL-ee-uh

Sentence: Because of the long-term effects of untreated sacchrophilia, he tried to hang himself, but the rope broke before his neck did.

Etymology: Sacchro--sweet, sugar Philia--love of, often obsessive

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Comments:

wyzowl - 2006-12-15: 01:28:00
Gluttony has made it so. Eating at any time in excess of your body needs is gluttony.

Fleury - 2006-12-15: 02:36:00
Yes, I used 'overindolcevita' for http://www.verbotomy.com/verbotomy.php?jid=kiss already. Sorry, but it just seemed so apt for this one as well.

loosepiece loosepiece - 2006-12-15: 07:24:00
i spelled my word wrong! how do i change it?

- 2006-12-15: 07:50:00

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2006-12-15: 11:27:00
Hi Loosepeice, We are adding a VSEC (Verboticism Spelling, Editing and Correction) feature this weekend... ~ James

warped - 2006-12-15: 12:51:00
aw, someone already made "Gluephoria"...why can I never think of something original? It always seems like someone beats me to the punch...I guess I should get up earlier. :D

warped - 2006-12-15: 12:53:00
btw, There's no way to change/retract a word, is there?

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2006-12-15: 13:07:00
Hi warped, Not yet... but soon! ~ James

aly22 aly22 - 2006-12-15: 15:23:00
Seems the early verb catches the worm voting wise, eh?

ArosaMike - 2006-12-17: 18:55:00
Woohoo! I made a 100% unique word :D Get in ;)

Carla Carla - 2010-12-11: 06:50:00
Works well as a noun, but as a verb...?

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