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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: Mobelia


Sentence: She was so captivated by him that the mention of his name left her awestuck.

Etymology: From: Awestruck meaning disconcerted, agape, dazed and Stuck meaning disabled, marooned or immobile.

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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: 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: josje

Pronunciation: horny tonque

Sentence: I want to speak to you but i can´t. When i see you i have a hornytonque

Etymology: horny as in hot and tonque as in the mouth.

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: in flap yu ayted

Sentence: Missy Whitetoast was so excited to meet her Bollywood Idol, Mr. Ovthee I. Singh, that her tongue tripped over her teeth and lips. She was so inflapuated with Mr. Singh, she Mumbaied her words. By her own Calcuttalations, her ardor at meeting him exceeded everyone else's. She would have to Goa long way to curry his favor and become his next romantic heroine in one of his films. It was her AGRAvation to be so close to her idol and not be able to pakora-up. In consolation, she would put on her Madras Jodhpurs and go down to the New Delhi and treat herself to a Darjeeling Tea. Naan is so blind as they who cannot see...

Etymology: Infatuated (marked by foolish or unreasoning fondness) & Flap(an excited state of agitation;make a fuss; be agitated;pronounce with a flap, of alveolar sounds)

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Created by: Ahmad

Pronunciation: crush-on-mr

Sentence: she was so impressed with that handsome maojor that she could hardly speak. it was just a crushonammer i know. she will forget about him after some days.

Etymology: Crush on = to feel love for some one but for a short time, timely passions which vanish soon. Stammer = to speak with pauses.

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Created by: ErWenn

Pronunciation: /"kärd-E-O-'li[ng]-gw&-"fyüz/

Sentence: Normally, he was a smooth talker, but around Sam, he would almost always cardiolingofuse into an inarticulate lump of blushes and giggles.

Etymology: Cardio- (heart) + linguo- (tongue) + -fuse (become indistinguishable, as in confuse)

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Created by: DaddyNewt

Pronunciation: jahr-buhn-guhl

Sentence: Unfortunately, Penny jarbungled everytime she saw Frank.

Etymology: jargon + bungle

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Created by: w5lf9s


Sentence: So she just stood there, perfectly still, dumbfounded, cupidazzled even and watched him dissappear for the second time that day.

Etymology: cupid (the god of love) and dazzled (in a daze)

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Created by: Alchemist

Pronunciation: FLERT-blert

Sentence: Whenever he saw the voluptuous Ms. Crabtree, Bobby was incapable of coherent speech. Today he flirtblurted, "May I have a hall ass?"

Etymology: flirt + blurt

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