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DEFINITION: n. A person who is so heels-over-head obsessed with someone, that they trip over their own tongue every time they meet them. v. To be so infatuated that you trip over your tongue.

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Created by: erasmus

Pronunciation: mum blust

Sentence: Caroline was finding it difficult to even mumblust through a sentence when talking to Joe

Etymology: from mumbling and lust

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Created by: ekath

Pronunciation: st-am-en-ahhm-erd

Sentence: Is she flighty or is she actually that unintelligent? Oh no, shes just stamenamoured. Oh.

Etymology: from stammer + enamoured

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Created by: DistantRed




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Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: con/tor/shun/lin/gwist

Sentence: Sally often got so tongue tied that she was referred to as a contortionlinguist.

Etymology: contortionist + linguist

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Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: hip/no/hush

Sentence: Hypnohush overtook her when she ran into the new manager, unable to stop staring, or mumble a word.

Etymology: hypnotic + hush

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: moōnstətər

Sentence: Julie won an appearance with her favorite singer from a contest held by a radio station. Despite her wobbly knees, she made it onstage only to moonstutter like a starstruck teenager. Oh wait, she IS a starstruck teenager.

Etymology: moon struck (unable to think or act normally, esp. because of being in love)+ stutter (talk with continued involuntary repetition of sounds)

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Created by: tommyboy

Pronunciation: der

Sentence: that ugly broad is so obviously slobergasted she she spoke carnally out of tongue.

Etymology: slobber & flabbergasted

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Created by: quippingqueen

Pronunciation: flame/flown/der

Sentence: He was known to flameflounder every time he tried to light her fire with his passionate poetry.

Etymology: flame + flounder

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: flab-er-guhsh-ing

Sentence: When Julie was introduced to her favorite movie star she babbled like a school girl. It was a real case of flabbergushing.

Etymology: flabbergast (to overcome with surprise and bewilderment; astound) + gushing (to express oneself extravagantly or emotionally; talk effusively)

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Created by: porsche

Pronunciation: lip/oh/stuk/shun

Sentence: Every time she tried to speak her words got sucked back in and twisted. She was suffering from lipostucktion.

Etymology: lip + stuck + liposuction


nice one - galwaywegian, 2011-02-15: 03:44:00


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