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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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Gluttfestery

Created by: krisynxkhaos

Pronunciation: glutt-fest-er-ee

Sentence: We are very gluttfestery people.

Etymology: glutt as in glutton. fest like festival ery because i felt like it.

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Laventialism

Created by: sebas

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Sentence: "Pigs have laventialism"

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Sugargasim

widjet22

Created by: widjet22

Pronunciation: "Sugar" + "Gasim"

Sentence: She had a sugargasim everytime she shoved a donut into her mouth. It must have been good, because she couldn't restrain herself.

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Candygasm

Created by: proArchy

Pronunciation: can-dee-gahs-um

Sentence: When i open up a box of Nerds i get a warm feeling inside, i know a candygasm is coming soon

Etymology: candy - Wonkanian for yum

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Humanature

Created by: Bernmeister

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Sentence: 'John succumbed to a bout of humanature as he polished off the last donut'

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Glucosophilia

anemone

Created by: anemone

Pronunciation: glue-coso-fill-ia

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Homeration

Created by: jdfalk

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Etymology: From the popular cartoon character Homer Simpson. One of his famous lines is "mmm, donuts," often followed by drooling.

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Suctate

Created by: lordharry

Pronunciation: suck - tate

Sentence: The children sat in early registration collectively yearning for their morning suctation.

Etymology: suc from sucrose

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Suglutoney

Created by: traceysayed

Pronunciation: Shuh-glut-oh-knee

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Gluteny

Created by: johnnyrockett

Pronunciation: Glue-tany

Sentence: He continued to eat ice cream directly from the container to the point of gluteny.

Etymology: Combination of gluttony (Gluttony is the over-indulgence and over-consumption of food.) and Glucose (a monosaccharide or simple sugar.)

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Sucrobsessed

Created by: aleclair

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Sentence: The sucrobsessed man decided it was his prime duty that weekend not to repair the car, but to acquire a pound of Hersheys' Kisses.

Etymology: Sucrobsessed is an adjective. The verb form is sucrobsess, and the noun form is sucrobsession. The word is derived from sucrose, the scientific name for sugar - and obsess.

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Overindolcevita

Created by: Fleury

Pronunciation: oh-ver-in-dull-chay-VEE-tah

Sentence: Standing before the heavenly assortment of glazes, powders, and chocolate sprinkles, I succumbed to overindolcevita, diving into the sugar-rainbow mouth first.

Etymology: "over indulge" + "La Dolce Vita" (the sweet life)

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Sugarasm

Created by: camel

Pronunciation: Sugar-asm

Sentence: The mere thought of peanut-butter monopoly after a round of Crisco twister is enough to make me sugarasm forthwith.

Etymology: Sugar, orgasm

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Sucruttony

Created by: solitair

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Sentence: He ate so many sweets he died of sucruttony.

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Saccharage

Created by: BrotherCaine

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Sentence: Augustus Gloop tried to saccharage his way through the whole of Wonka's factory.

Etymology: Saccharine + Rage

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Overcandisic

Created by: ipswich78

Pronunciation: over - candy - sick

Sentence: She was extremely overcandisic in her love of bon-bons

Etymology: sick from over eating of candy!

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Candilepsy

Created by: lela2210

Pronunciation: can-di-lep-see

Sentence: At first he was worried at the look on her face and the slight spasming as she ate the chocolate, then he realised that she merely suffered from the all too common candilepsy.

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Diabeetish

Created by: speakeasy

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Sentence: Lets get diabeetish with this triple layer chocolate cake.

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Lustouny

Created by: ThreeTrees

Pronunciation: La-s-to-ni

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Etymology: lust+glatouny

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Sugardiction

Created by: bungle

Pronunciation: shug - addiction

Sentence: I've got one hell of a sugardiction, I had 3 donuts and a chocolate bar for lunch

Etymology: sugar and addicition

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Pleasurefood

Created by: Yoboby

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Sentence: I could eat this pleasurefood all day!

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Confectionebriation

Created by: deeho

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Gorgy

Created by: swaizel

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Etymology: GORGE PLUS ORGY

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Foodfrenzy

Created by: sumoore

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- sumoore, 2006-12-18: 22:19:00

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Sugarphob

Created by: svasiljeva

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Sentence: They sugarphob everyday and have great troubles wuth their stomachs.

Etymology: phobia characterized by eating sugared substances

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Candiompsotion

Created by: dragonprincess

Pronunciation: candy-omp-sion

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Canacious

Created by: caley

Pronunciation: Ca-nay-shus

Sentence: I love cakes with icing, they're so canacious.

Etymology: the word is derived from cane as in sugar cane

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Confectionoration

Created by: Ochiee

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Etymology: confection + adoration

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Gluccon

Created by: Frejesal

Pronunciation: Glue-kon

Sentence: He's been glucconing on that sugared pineapple for hours!

Etymology: A mix of glucose and glutton. Clever eh?

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Homerity

Created by: jonathanjm

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Glucophile

Created by: oohisay

Pronunciation: gloo-co-file

Sentence: Robert's such a glucophile; he ate that entire box of candy, and washed it down with a litre of chocolate syrup.

Etymology: a combination of glucose and the greek 'philo' denoting a liking of what is specified.

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Candadict

erasmus

Created by: erasmus

Pronunciation: can dad ict

Sentence: he ate so many sweets he was a candadict.

Etymology: from candy and addict.

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Conlumption

Created by: lottie

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Sugagism

Created by: kingb

Pronunciation: sjoogaagism

Sentence: Such a shame of that sugagism....

Etymology: Derives from sugar and of diseases, which often end with "ism's". meaning: Liking sweets like crazy!

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Mambalicious

Created by: Scorpio

Pronunciation: ?

Sentence: This Is Mambalicious :P

Etymology: Mar(velous) (do one write it down like this?) + (de)licious, things that are delicious sometimes leads 2 over-consumption

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Carborgasm

twice

Created by: twice

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Gloopcoma

Created by: knickers

Pronunciation: gloop-co-ma

Sentence: Dontus give you gloopcoma

Etymology: From gloop, coma

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Esnackulate

Created by: dwingillinois

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Sentence: I try not to start eating M&Ms; once I do, I just esnackulate until my eyes roll back in my head.

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Sallifinielis

Created by: bubbliciousbub

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Engulfering

Created by: xshadowswimmer08x

Pronunciation: engulfering

Sentence: he was disgustingly engulfering down those chocolates.

Etymology: engulfing foods.

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Orgasmeat

Created by: zagovorich

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Tugarasm

Created by: Chistinalove

Pronunciation: Too - grr - as - m

Sentence: I nearly had a tugarasm when I tasted my sister-in-law's chocolate fudge cake.

Etymology: Tugarasm is a mixture of three words... To Sugar Oragasm ... meaning To have an oragasmic reaction to sugar.

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Candysexual

Created by: helanren

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Sentence: Don't be such a candy-ass! Admit it, you love them sweets just as much as the next candysexual!

Etymology: From candy- and -sexual. A common aberration that is however not easily acknowledged by people who suffer from it.

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Sacchariate

Created by: maxxy

Pronunciation: sah-CARE-ee-ayt

Sentence: Jim could even sacchariate over pictures of pastries.

Etymology: saccharin + verbal ending

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Sweetcoholic

Created by: naptunder

Pronunciation: sweet-co-holic

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Sugarse

TripleT

Created by: TripleT

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Sentence: I know Maverick sugarses very often - he's becoming fat.

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Glucoverindulce

Created by: Javeson1

Pronunciation: gloo-KOH-ver-in-DULL-chay

Sentence: steve! cut out that glucoverindulce right now! we have guests over!!!

Etymology: glucose+over indulge+ dolce :)

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Fruttle

Created by: Robke22

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Hypersaccharinize

Created by: inhyung

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Swettony

Created by: meiyas

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Sentence: The doctor concluded that swettony was the cause of his heart problems

Etymology: sweet - gluttony

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Sweetamania

Created by: 123456

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Caneac

Created by: clarity

Pronunciation: cay-ne-ac

Sentence: She loved sugar so much you could call her a real caneac.

Etymology: cane + maniac

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This verboticism came to me to easily during this season of sugarplums. - clarity, 2006-12-16: 20:56:00

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Supercandycalorificgivesmehalitosis

Created by: jumpingjack

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Sweetphile

Created by: barkskin

Pronunciation: sw-ee-t-ph-ile

Sentence: Bob is such a sweetphile

Etymology: Combining the work 'sweet' and the word 'phile' meaning to love or have a strong bond with.

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Bonbombed

Created by: Wriiight

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Sentence: I tried to take her to a nice restaraunt, but by the time desert came she got totally bonbombed.

Etymology: fr. bonbon, a sweet. See also bonbondage: torturing oneself with sweets that you won't let yourself eat.

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Yunch

Created by: Molnar

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Glugasmic

Created by: Hooligan

Pronunciation: Gloo-gaz-mick

Sentence: Please don't leave that bowl of candy near my desk - I'm glugasmic.

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Fatgasmatize

Created by: snoozenstein

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Swicken

Created by: condor

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Sentence: Geez! He swickens on those pastries like crazy! No wonder he feels bad.

Etymology: sweet + sick + en

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Saccharintoxication

celeron450

Created by: celeron450

Pronunciation: sack-ar-in-tox-ih-cay-shun

Sentence: Even the smallest morsel of candy would send Billy into a state of saccharintoxication.

Etymology: saccharine - intoxication

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Obzhirate

Created by: Krauss

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Sugargasm

Created by: Abbers

Pronunciation: shoo-gir-gazm

Sentence: Oh these cookies, the sugar, oh, OOHHH I'm having a sugargasm!

Etymology: Mix of sugar and orgasm, sort of!

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I don't comment on words I've created! - linovari, 2006-12-15: 06:07:00

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Sucrosexual

whimsy

Created by: whimsy

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Sentence: The sugar-coated lumps of icing put the poor boy in a state of sucrosexual bliss.

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Sweetsterbation

Chunk01

Created by: Chunk01

Pronunciation: sweet-ster-BAY-chun

Sentence: I often indulge in a some furious sweetsterbation when the Krispy Kreme donuts come around the office

Etymology: Sweet+masturbation=sweetsterbation

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Fragged

Created by: gette

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Sugarotica

Created by: iceburgamy

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Beetnik

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: bee/t/nik

Sentence: Once a week the beetniks met in the local Starbucks and paid homage to the great sugar beet by reciting sweet poetry and adding beet sugar to their double lattes

Etymology: beet (sugar) + beatnik

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Pleasugasmy

Created by: paperpieces

Pronunciation: Pleas-sue-gaz-mee

Sentence: Whenever I have a cookie, my kids always wonder why I pleasugamize, or savor it wildly.

Etymology: Plea- meaning pleasure, su- from sucrose, gasm- from orgasm.

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Gluttosugany

Created by: Alexander

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Lalabit

Created by: akmaikin

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Shunkie

Created by: logan260

Pronunciation: shunk-ee

Sentence: Jim is such a shunkie.....he starts getting squirrelly about 10:00 am and climbs the walls till he gets a donut or candy bar. Then he eats 3 or 4 and starts crashing about 2:00. He's fortunate his metabolism is so high.

Etymology: junkie: technically slang for anyone who has an addiction to opiates usually but loosely applied to addiction to other substances as well. i.e. He's a sugar junkie. "Shunkie" is a fusion of those two words, "sugar" and "junkie"

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Sweetsadoration

Created by: tashik

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Sweetweak

Created by: wmullen

Pronunciation: SWEE/tweak

Sentence: Our house was overrun by maniac sweetweakers this halloween.

Etymology: Sweet + tweak, with possible connotations of weakness of will.

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Shugorge

Created by: jimbob19

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Pleasurfeit

Created by: xcruser88x

Pronunciation: Pless - ur - fit

Sentence: In a moment of pleasurfeit, Mike "took twenty," eating four "Take5" bars.

Etymology: Pleasure + surfeit

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Glucoholism

Created by: Bulletchewer

Pronunciation: glue-ko-hol-ism

Sentence: The doctor said her glucoholism was playing havoc with her blood sugar level.

Etymology: From "glucose" meaning sugar, and "alcoholism" meaning an addiction to alcohol.

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Sugaroticism

Created by: nkdarkshadow

Pronunciation: sugar + (e)roticism

Sentence: His sugaroticism kept him from attending many birthday parties.

Etymology: See pronunciation.

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Sucrophoric

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: su - kro - for - ik

Sentence: Lisa became sucrophoric when she bit into Aunt Dodie's fresh Apple Pie with the sugar cookie crust. She felt that she might be overcome with joy as the cinnamon and sugar syrup spread across her palette.

Etymology: Sucrose, Euphoric

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makes my mouth water, too! - Nosila, 2009-08-06: 01:14:00

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Surgasm

Created by: andystager

Pronunciation: shur-gas-em

Sentence: As soon as Eric got home from trick-or-treating he dove into his candy stash and surgasmed on Snickers

Etymology: Sugar + Orgasm

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Mouthubate

Created by: isbrand

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Snickersnack

Created by: Tcharleigh

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Transphilosecreatism

Created by: neilly

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Sucorhea

Created by: mickey666

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Sentence: 15 doughnuts, a box of sweets and a large chocolate cake later, she was suffering from sucorhea

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Devourecstasy

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: dee vower eks tasee

Sentence: Dieter and Denise dated at Dunkin Donuts daily and displayed devourecstasy doing a daily diet of delicious, dainty donuts and denying their dependence on delectable, desirable dining dalliances.

Etymology: Devour (enjoy avidly;eat greedily;eat immoderately) & Ecstasy (Intense pleasure;A state of emotion so intense that a person is carried beyond rational thought and self-control;A trance, frenzy, or rapture associated with mystic or prophetic exaltation.)

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Hoolafooding

Created by: SALZKAMMERGUT

Pronunciation: [hu:la fu:ding]

Sentence: To substitute friends and parties he went on hoolafooding.

Etymology: First part derives from a hawaiian word.

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Glucophage

Created by: ArsMajika

Pronunciation: GLOO-ko-FAJ

Sentence: At Halloween, I turn into a total glucophage

Etymology: Gluco - sugars; phagein - to eat

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Sugarolove

belabenyo

Created by: belabenyo

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Glueuphoria

Created by: warped

Pronunciation: Gloo/phor/ia

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Etymology: Gluecose, what sugar is made from + euphoria

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Glucosamized

Created by: stormee

Pronunciation: Glue-ko-myzed

Sentence: After eating the large amount of cake, she became glucosamized.

Etymology: A state of uphoria brought on by consuming sugary items.

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Edipleasure

Created by: currentlyinsolitude

Pronunciation: ed-ee-plee-sure

Sentence: She edipleasured the donuts so much she got a stomach ache

Etymology: Italian

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Overcose

Created by: trer9

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Escamour

Created by: deadlight

Pronunciation: ESK-uh-mor

Sentence: Look at that man in the restaurant! He must have escamour or something.

Etymology: Esca, the latin word for food. Amour, the French word for love. Simply means a "love of food," but used in a more extreme sense.

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Sweetofilia

Created by: Vircsi

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Hmmhomer

Created by: McWhoopass

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Sacchrilust

Created by: nightchild84

Pronunciation: sack-ri-lust

Sentence: His sacchrilust for candy is unsatiable.

Etymology: Sacchri from sugar combined with lust

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Sugargloat

Created by: Rookina

Pronunciation: ˈ sh oŏgər+glōt

Sentence: Adams went into hyperactive sugargloat-mode after the whole-day class. He was eating donuts like CRAZY.

Etymology: Sugar(n)+ Gloat(v).

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The suffix "-ed" can also be added to the word, making it an adjective or a past tense word (-_-); SUGARGLOATED WITH GLEE!!! Hurrah. - Rookina, 2006-12-17: 18:34:00

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Sweettledees

Created by: jrogan

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Canennite

Created by: wordmeister

Pronunciation: cane-en-nite

Sentence: Mary didn't know why... Was it DNA? Or was it the will of God? ...But she felt like a biologially programmed canennite. Sadly, at 32 years of age, she weighed over 200 pounds and had no teeth.

Etymology: sugar cane with the biblical twist

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Sweetover

Created by: annanas

Pronunciation: sweet/over

Sentence: If you continue sweetovering you will look like a pig!

Etymology: sweet + over-consumption

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Surgasm

Created by: Morwen

Pronunciation: shur-gas-em

Sentence: As soon as Eric got home from trick-or-treating he dove into his candy stash and surgasmed on Snickers

Etymology: Sugar + Orgasm

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Sucrophatic

Created by: pjlilley

Pronunciation: Sook-ro-FAT-ic

Sentence: My husband gets incredibly sucrophatic around the holidays.

Etymology: sucrose (sugar), philic (to have an affinity for), changed to phat for effect.

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Sugarsex

Created by: hjbolte

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Sentence: Due to al long night of sugarsex, he tried to find the waterbottle.

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Greatable

Created by: Reinventer

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Oversweeterate

Created by: lily4420

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Candgasm

Created by: huali

Pronunciation: canned-gah-sm

Sentence: After the fifth donut, a candgasm is pretty much assured.

Etymology: pretty obvious I would think!

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Glucgasm

simon1081

Created by: simon1081

Pronunciation: gluc-gasm

Sentence: The police officer was enjoying the donuts so much he was having a glucgasm

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Gluctony

Created by: sodium

Pronunciation: Glook-tun-ny

Sentence: Angela suffered from such severe gluctony that she could not even walk past a donut shoppe without spending over $50 and gaining 5 pounds.

Etymology: Glucose + Glutton

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Yumminess

Created by: cookiedoughmix

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Sugargasm

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: shoŏgərgazəm

Sentence: Happy holidays is an understatement. With all the office parties and accompanying sweets Rudy is in heaven. It’s the one time of year he can stir his coffee with candy canes. He has purchased cheesecakes, cakes and pies to give out as gifts only to have to re-order them because he has given in to temptation all too easily. Just last night he practically had a sugargasm downing a whole cheesecake in one sitting. Happy Holidays!

Etymology: sugar (a sweet crystalline substance obtained from various plants) + orgasm (a climax of sexual excitement)

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Sugluttony

Created by: pdefenestrator

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Sentence: In the ultimate act of sugluttony, Tom ate 3 dozen crispy cremes in one sitting.

Etymology: Sugar+gluttony

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Sugiction

Created by: jedamacr

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Lustcose

IHeartKiwiTarts

Created by: IHeartKiwiTarts

Pronunciation: "lust-cose"

Sentence: I have so many lustcose desires for my jar of fluff

Etymology: from the word lust, and the ending of glucose ( glucose as you know is sugar)

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Fludging

Created by: Luke01

Pronunciation: Flajjing

Sentence: The man was fludging from donuts.

Etymology: ?

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Gluttness

Created by: elvira

Pronunciation: glatnes

Sentence: Gluttness, gluttness.. USA is the world of gluttness!

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Glucosetony

jeremiahbritt

Created by: jeremiahbritt

Pronunciation: glew-kohz-toh-nee

Sentence: Marcus's glucosetony made him unable to pass Madeline's candy jar with out gorging himself into a diabetic coma.

Etymology: glucose+gluttony

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Glamphtomosis

Created by: toypooper

Pronunciation: glaimftumosis

Sentence: This man seems to have a terrible case of glamphtomosis

Etymology: ancient roamin word; glamp...lol jk

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Tweakness

Created by: dinglejerry

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Indulgeritis

Created by: skelk

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Bigshuggoh

Created by: verndo

Pronunciation: Big Sheug O

Sentence: Oh my god, that pie just gave me a bigshuggoh!

Etymology: Big Sugar (Sug) Orgasm (O)

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Maximunching

Created by: allwise

Pronunciation: maxi-munch-ing

Sentence: Catarina was quite full, but it tasted so good, and there was only half the bowl left of goodies, so she maximunched the rest, but ended up exploding when eating the last paper-thin chocolate wafer.

Etymology: Maxi: Norwegian chain of stores + Edvard Munch: some Norwegian artist

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Glucogasm

Created by: DarthWader

Pronunciation: glue co gaz mmm

Sentence: Having stuffed the last of six Lindt truffles into his mouth, Tommy's body began to shake in sweet, delicious glucogasm.

Etymology: glucose (sugar) + orgasm (if this is foreign to you, you're too young to know)

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Whitepig

Created by: Madamemojo

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Etymology: The color of granulated sugar

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Cukor

Created by: Shuuichi

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Etymology: Hungary

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Ingestamour

Created by: RideN

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Schmecktstasy

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: shmek sta see

Sentence: When Kevin Kruller and Brenda Bismarck met for a coffee date each week, they inevitably had to try the latest flavours of donuts. Since Homer's Donuts (mmmm donuts...) prided itself on inventing new flavours each week, this sweet couple had to try them all. They became Homer's guinea pigs for his new creations and were in schmecktstasy. They also helped him give them quirky names, like the Holey Grail, Peaches & Cream Cheese, The Loonie Bin (covered in nuts) and Lard of the Rings. Their suggestion, The Traffic Circle (chocolate icing, with potholes on it and yellow lane markings) remains the favourite choice of the cops who frequent Homer's place.

Etymology: Schmeckts(German/Yiddish word for Taste...schmeckts gut=tastes good) & Ecstasy (a state of elated bliss;pleasure;euphoria;bliss)

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Sweetophilia

Created by: humbug

Pronunciation: [swi:toufilie]

Sentence: He suffers from sweetophilia.

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Chumching

Created by: zoltan

Pronunciation:

Sentence: I was chumching my cotton candy.

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Glutuitous

Created by: Leamony

Pronunciation: Gloo-TOO-ih-tus

Sentence: He was deemed to be rather glutuitous after his fifth moan while consuming a sugary baked good.

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It screws with my eyes to read my own word. - Leamony, 2006-12-17: 14:51:00

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Smoof

jwalter32

Created by: jwalter32

Pronunciation: SMOOF

Sentence: Embarrassed, Marianne left the room, leaving Roger alone smoofing his ice cream.

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Orgasmosucrose

Created by: geekgrrl

Pronunciation:

Sentence: This Chocolate Tart is orgasmosucrose; I just need to have ONE more bite!!

Etymology: New Latin orgasmus, from Greek orgasmos, from organ to grow ripe, be lustful. French sucre sugar.

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Deinsulinate

Created by: Pappt002

Pronunciation: dee-in-su-len-ate

Sentence: When I am depressed I tend to deinsulinate until I feel like I'm going to burst!

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Yuminate

Created by: schubig

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Etymology: It is a mixture of yum and ruminate.

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Gorgeulent

Created by: misnomer

Pronunciation: Gore-joo-lent

Sentence: That man, with an affinity for donuts, is very gorgeulent for them.

Etymology: Gorge; Corpulent.

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Glybation

Created by: alphabetapolothology

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Etymology: glycemic & masterbation

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Glucaholism

Created by: dlynn9670

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Regorgicake

loosepiece

Created by: loosepiece

Pronunciation: re - gorge - ee - cake

Sentence: It had been a bad day for Helen. First her nail split, then her lipstick smudged, finally, the heel on one her Jimmy Choos broke. There was nothing left but to wallow, eat all the food in the house, and regorgicake.

Etymology: regurgitate - what you do when you eat too much cake gorge - the proces sof eating too much cake cake - what you eat too much of!

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loosepiece i wanna change my word. i spelt it wrong! - loosepiece, 2006-12-15: 07:22:00

Verbotomy Hey loosepiece, it's fixed now. Your word and your sentence are terrific! Very funny! ~ James - Verbotomy, 2006-12-15: 16:12:00

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Grubricate

Created by: msokoloffster

Pronunciation: Gruh - bri - kate

Sentence: She bought powder sugar and oil in order to grubricate.

Etymology: Unknown...

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Caramuttony

Created by: Stump

Pronunciation:

Sentence: Frank always kept his cell phone out and 911 on speed dial in the candy aisle - just in case his caramuttony kicked in.

Etymology: From Caramel & Gluttony

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Cravebohydrate

Created by: thedreness

Pronunciation: Crave-bow-high-drate

Sentence: When I get that cravebohydrate there aren't enough cake and ice cream servings in the world to suffice this General Cornholio... and Slurpees, yum.

Etymology: Crave "Appetite, or great desire for" + Carbohydrate "Sugars and starches that are the most efficient source of food energy."

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Sucralivate

Created by: Pythias

Pronunciation: su - cral' - i - vate

Sentence: Lab rats sucralivate for a diet limiting life span.

Etymology: sucrose + salivate

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Sucrosextasy

Created by: satan

Pronunciation: sue-cros-ex-ta-cee

Sentence: i achieved a higher plane of sucrosextacy upon opening the box of godiva chocolates

Etymology: Sucrose - sugar ex - meaning former or no longer (doesnt belong here so lets just ignore it) tasy - not certain

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Scrumevilantris

Created by: woozlepiglet

Pronunciation: scrum-evil-an-tris

Sentence: these cakes are soooooooooooooo scrumevilantris! i want to keep eating but if i do ill never stop!

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Tastegasm

Created by: J03Yvanalstyne

Pronunciation:

Sentence: That donut is "tastegasmic."

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Stuffenclagg

Created by: squashy

Pronunciation: stuf-en-klag

Sentence: he had a very sore stomach after stuffenclagging on eclairs the night before

Etymology: stuff-claggy

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Fructogorge

librarian

Created by: librarian

Pronunciation: frook'-toe-gorj

Sentence: Dude, I totally fructogorged on those sour patch kids! My tongue hurts!

Etymology: fructose + gorge

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Gorgealicious

Created by: wiccanfey

Pronunciation: gorge-a-lish-sush

Sentence: Amy wasn't hungry but every time she opened a box of chocolate chip cookie dough or glazed donuts she couldn't help but have a gorgealicious moment.

Etymology: Gorge

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Sucrorgasm

Created by: galwaywegian

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Sweetillate

Created by: ErWenn

Pronunciation: /'swE-t&-"lAt/

Sentence: Officer Stereotype was suspended after being sweetilated just a bit too much by his donuts while on duty.

Etymology: Sweet + titillate

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Fornicane

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: for/ni/cane

Sentence: Whenever he saw a donut shop, thoughts of fornicaning possessed his brain.

Etymology: fornicate + (sugar) cane

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Sweetonism

Created by: wilhelmg

Pronunciation:

Sentence: She suffers from an extreme case of sweetonism.

Etymology: sweet + hedonism

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Sugargasm

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: shoog-er-gaz-uhm

Sentence: Mel is not allowed to have sweet rolls or donuts if he wakes up early in the morning. The noise generated when he has a sugargasm is likely to wake most of his apartment building.

Etymology: sugar (a sweet, crystalline substance, C 1 2 H 2 2 O 1 1 , obtained chiefly from the juice of the sugarcane and the sugar beet) + orgasm (the physical and emotional sensation experienced at the peak of sexual excitation)

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Glucomania

Created by: sirotski

Pronunciation: glu:komania

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Etymology: sugar > grape sugar > glucose, sugarmania=glucomania

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Sucromance

Created by: gwenaverill

Pronunciation: soo-crow-mance

Sentence: Arnold's habitual daily donut stop had evolved into an uncontrollable sucromance

Etymology: sucrose + romance

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Candyliciousmania

Created by: Bormann

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Candyfob

Created by: long4fun

Pronunciation:

Sentence: She candyphobs everyday and also has problems with her stomach.

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Sweetificate

Created by: ArosaMike

Pronunciation: swēt-ĭf-ĭ-kāt'

Sentence: He sweetificated over the donuts he had just eaten.

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Honeyhorse

Created by: quippingqueen

Pronunciation: hun/ee/hors

Sentence: As the "honeyhorse" looked over the big buffet of bonbons before him, he began chomping at the bit in eager anticipation of which one to devour first.

Etymology: honey: a sweet substance + horse: as in eat like a horse

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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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Sugargasm

Created by: Logiedan

Pronunciation: shoo-gir-gazm

Sentence: Oh these cookies, the sugar, oh, OOHHH I'm having a sugargasm!

Etymology: Mix of sugar and orgasm, sort of!

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I don't comment on words I've created! - linovari, 2006-12-15: 06:07:00

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Gorgasim

Created by: Verbotomnist

Pronunciation: gor-jazz-um

Sentence: Every night Don went to the same street corner store to get his fix, only a moment passed before the sweet gorgasm was over and all he had left was a belly ache and his regrets.

Etymology: Gorge (to eat gluttonously) + Orgasm (intense or unrestrained excitment)

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Suprasucrabuse

Created by: ratibala

Pronunciation: soo-rah-sook-ruh-byoos

Sentence: Found in a sort of coma, surrounded by bon bons, it was found that my mother suffered from suprasucrabuse.

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Sucroglutobesitomize

Created by: Hjason

Pronunciation: su-cro-glut-obise-it-o-mize

Sentence: Because Pete was such a sucroglutobisitomizer, we could only wrench his body from the bath tub he was stuck in, with a crow bar and a pulley system.

Etymology: sucrose-glutton-obise-maximize

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- Hjason, 2006-12-19: 13:39:00

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Glucosume

Created by: oddnuance

Pronunciation: Gloo-co-soom

Sentence: "Look at that guy glucosume that entire cake!"

Etymology: Glucose + Consume

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Sucrodiction

Created by: Fristine

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Sucrominacity

Created by: mdschermer

Pronunciation: su-cro-mi-NAC-i-ty

Sentence: I know my sucrominacity is clogging up my arteries, but this dessert is just too good to pass up.

Etymology: sucrose: sugar + minacity: disposition to threaten.

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Sacchariffic

Relee

Created by: Relee

Pronunciation: Sak-a-rif-ik

Sentence: I'm feeling sacchariffic while gobbling these doughnuts.

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Sweetle

Created by: antonhere

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Eanjoy

Created by: tomumeda

Pronunciation:

Sentence: I have stomach ache today because I eanjoyed too much last night.

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Sugaraholic

Created by: josje

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Jellophilia

Created by: Daddaluma

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Sentence: Bill always chalked up his morbid obesity to an acute case of jellophilia, but really, he just eats too much and doesn't get enough exercise. What a pig.

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Popukate

Created by: CrimsonAngel666

Pronunciation: pop-que-kate (like gate)

Sentence: I popukated those cookies waaaay too fast!

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Sucragorge

librarygrrrl

Created by: librarygrrrl

Pronunciation: SUE-kra-gorj

Sentence: After Halloween, I never want to sucragorge again!

Etymology: sucrose + gorge

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Fructate

Created by: markfenn

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Sucratasmic

pegritz

Created by: pegritz

Pronunciation: soo-kra-TAZ-mick

Sentence: Dumbass green-haired sucratasmic freak!

Etymology: sucra (sugar) + "tasmic" (derivative of orgasmic).

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Canfrenzdy

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: can-frenz-dee

Sentence: His canfrenzdy reached an embarrassing point when he was seen eating the half-eaten donuts from the meeting that had been discarded and thrown in the waste bin.

Etymology: candy + frenzy (as in craze, delirium, hysteria)

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Fructosy

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: frook tow see

Sentence: George loved anything sweet, particularly sweet fruits, especially those in liquid form. He was mad about madeira, sanguine for sangria, a muscateer for muscatel and okay for tokay. Even the next days wrath of grapes was worth it for the sense of fructosy he could achieve.

Etymology: Fructose (a simple sugar found in honey and in many ripe fruits) & Ecstasy (a state of elated bliss)

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Venderate

Created by: lev123

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Saccharidophilla

Created by: tpm01

Pronunciation: sack-a-rido-fila

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Etymology: saccharide meanining a basic carbohydrate such as a sugar and phila meaning love

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Glucolic

Created by: ensoul1

Pronunciation:

Sentence: Hi, my name's Bob, and I'm a Glucolic. (Hi Bob!)

Etymology: Glucose + -oholic

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Ecstasweet

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: ex-ta-sweet

Sentence: Mel was in ecstasweet whenever he overindulged at the local bakery with his favorite sweety-eaties. Unfortunately, Mel's overcomsumption led to a sugar rush that eventually put him in a diabetic coma.

Etymology: ecstasy: a state of emotion that leads one beyond rational thought or self-control + sweet: having a high sugar content

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Ecstallent word! - Nosila, 2009-08-05: 15:55:00

sounds addictive! - mweinmann, 2009-08-06: 08:24:00

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Manimalism

Created by: Manimal

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Tastaculizer

Created by: xelepart

Pronunciation:

Sentence: "As evidenced by the way he's eating that cake, Joey is a complete tastaculizer."

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Smorgasm

Created by: wniffene

Pronunciation: Smore-gasm

Sentence: Those cookies gave me a total smorgasm.

Etymology: S'more+Orgasm

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Carboration

Created by: katiedevine

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Bellyheap

Created by: XeniNeko

Pronunciation: The stress is on the first vowel.

Sentence: I am so fond of sugared substanses...so sweet. so tasty...oh. I have bellyheaped again. poor am I :-(((

Etymology: beely + heap verb - to bellyheap noun - a bellyheap

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People))) I like it! - XeniNeko, 2006-12-17: 10:05:00

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Saccharinicate

jennw2ns

Created by: jennw2ns

Pronunciation: Sak-kah-RIN-ih-kayt

Sentence: People tend to saccharinicate around the holidays.

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jennw2ns If the definition is given as a verb, how come most of the verboticisms are nouns? - jennw2ns, 2006-12-15: 10:32:00

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Sweesistic

Created by: exmugger

Pronunciation: swee-sis-tic

Sentence: Khang is known for being sweesistic, hiding at home after buying boxes of mentos.

Etymology: sweets + narcissistic Thus, loving sweets like yourself (:

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Sweetmouth

Created by: memexikon

Pronunciation: sweet mouth

Sentence: Overcome by sweetmouth, the president is decaying as we speak.

Etymology: sweet + mouth

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Donucted

Created by: Tukkertje

Pronunciation:

Sentence: He eats so many donuts, he's completely donucted.

Etymology: Donu(t)(addi)cted

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Suprasucrecoma

Created by: danboaz

Pronunciation: sU-pra-sU-kra-cOma

Sentence: Sherry and I indulge ourselves in a weekly suprsucrecoma every saturdaymorning at Starbucks, with venti mochas of course.

Etymology: Supra: greater than, Sucre: sugar, Coma: stupor

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- danboaz, 2006-12-15: 11:16:00

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Sacchasuck

Created by: ulrickts

Pronunciation: saka-suk

Sentence:

Etymology: Saccha from Saccharide, a synonym for sugar... suck... as to inhale...

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Confectionitus

Created by: martok

Pronunciation: con feck shon ite us

Sentence: "confectionitus" said the coroner, death by addiction to sweetness.

Etymology: confection/any sweet thing itus/to infect or afflict

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Honeydoom

Created by: Jhurk

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Fructochist

Created by: ominoustango

Pronunciation: Frook = fruc

Sentence: Only a fructochist can get an orgasm from sweets.

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Excessigency

Created by: jsky20

Pronunciation: ek-sess-i-jen-sE

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Etymology: excess + exigency

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Glutulardation

Created by: igho1207

Pronunciation: glu-choo-lar-day-shun.

Sentence: The labotomy revealed that the victim suffered from glutulardation, previous to his death.

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Sweetsweeting

Created by: valan

Pronunciation:

Sentence: Sweetsweeting leads to obesity.

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Sugasm

Created by: hobnob

Pronunciation: shu'-gasm

Sentence: This cake is so good I had a sugasm.

Etymology: sugar+orgasm

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Sugjaculation

fmgene

Created by: fmgene

Pronunciation: sug-jack -ulation

Sentence: the sight of that cake makes me want to sugjaculate

Etymology: sugar+ejaculation

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Sacchreciate

Created by: Bunny36

Pronunciation: sak-resh-ee-ate

Sentence: He had a deep sense of sacchreciation as he chowed down on the sugary treats.

Etymology: Taken from appreciate and saccharine.

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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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