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'Look out! Here comes a truck!'

DEFINITION: v. To habitually object to and contradict other people's statements, especially if they include any facts or opinions. n. A person who finds fault what other people say no matter what it is, and lets them know it.

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Chronaysay

Created by: cmonkey24

Pronunciation: Craw-nay-say

Sentence: Georgette just HAD to chronaysay Betrand's statement that all mammals do have fur.

Etymology: Chronic- Constant; habitual; repeated. Naysayer- a person who constantly opposes, denies, or is pessimistic.

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Contrattitude

Created by: DiPpO

Pronunciation:

Sentence: The teacher dismissed the students remarks, stating that his contrattitude would get him trouble some day.

Etymology: contra + attitude, no need for explenations, is there?

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Brings that negative attitude right out of the lines of the definition. Great word! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-11: 20:59:00

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Scornery

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: skor ner ree

Sentence: Mary, Mary, quite contrary; You know it all and argue,showing great scornery. Mary, Mary, quite contrary, one day your obtusity will prevent you hearing that van's loud hornery!

Etymology: Scorn (reject with contempt; open disrespect for a person or thing) & Ornery (having a difficult and contrary disposition; contrary)

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Hipsterjection

Created by: brasstax82

Pronunciation: hip-stir-ject-shun

Sentence: Tom quickly realized in the apple store that the rumors he heard weren't as stupid as he thought, but he was just falling victim of constant hipsterjection after hipsterjection.

Etymology: Hipsters- Duches that constantly correct or disagree with people. Objection- to disagree with

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Naybour

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: nay burr

Sentence: noah was our next door naybour, sometime he was our nayboor. before he sold his horse he was, on occasion, our neighbour.

Etymology: neighbour, nay

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COMMENTS:

Nay burr ... one who deserves the cold shoulder! Very punny fun sentence! - silveryaspen, 2009-01-05: 12:44:00

Noah was a naybore and a nayboar, too! - Nosila, 2009-01-05: 18:07:00

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Contradick

libertybelle

Created by: libertybelle

Pronunciation: kon-trah-DICK

Sentence: I can't believe that Gary spent 20 minutes arguing with me over whether or not Thanksgiving was going to be on a Thursday this year; what a contradick!

Etymology: contradict - to oppose in argument + dick- slang for jerk

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COMMENTS:

Hehe! I thought of that one too! - purpleartichokes, 2008-03-11: 09:59:00

love it! - galwaywegian, 2008-03-11: 11:27:00

So right on the definition and such a strong word. Excellent! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-11: 14:53:00

Good word. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-03-11: 18:59:00

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Contramaniac

Created by: diyan627

Pronunciation: kon-tru-main-ee-ak

Sentence: Bobby Jo, the contramaniac, was at it again... This time she argued that it was dripping, not raining, as she was about to get run over by a van, not a truck. Fortunately, it looks like Bobby Jo will not be arguing any more points in life. She actually did argue to death.

Etymology: contra (contradict) + maniac (1.An insane person.2.A person who has an excessive enthusiasm or desire for something.3.A person who acts in a wildly irresponsible way)

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Cartoon inspired! Sentence has a great last line! Well done! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-11: 21:23:00

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Complainion

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: kom play n yun

Sentence: She was his constant complainion. Their wedding was the only recorded time that she said "I do" when asked a question in his company.

Etymology: companion, complain

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COMMENTS:

My memory is not the greatest, but it seems to me we've had this word before for a different definition. No matter, because your sentence is great and so is the word! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-11: 21:03:00

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Habitchulist

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: huh/bich/oo/list

Sentence: Jennifer chose her girl friends with a great deal of care and foresight. They were of the lowest self-esteem with traits she could easily exploit to her advantage and control. Jennifer was an habitchualist and she knew they would put up with the constant berating and castigation she bestowed on them. As the queen faultalist, she had victims around her ready and waiting to be belittled, just to be noticed.

Etymology: HABITCHULIST - noun from HABITUAL (habit, customary, persistent) + BITCH (a malicious, unpleasant, selfish person)

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great word - Jabberwocky, 2009-01-05: 10:34:00

Sounds like several people I know. - Mustang, 2009-01-05: 19:28:00

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Negatiff

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: Neg - uh - tiff

Sentence: Elmer was always a grump and no matter what topic came up in discussion he'd invariably start a negatiff with often harsh and rude contradictions.

Etymology: Blend of negative and tiff

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COMMENTS:

Great pun and word! Simply wonderful! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-11: 21:33:00

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Nayplayer

Created by: silveryaspen

Pronunciation: nay - play - er

Sentence: Patience and Archer were playing Scrabble. Archer added a 'n' to dam. "Bad word" observed Patience. "Good Word" Archer grumpled. Patience added 'a-t-i-o-n' to the damn, racking up a triple word score. "Nice big score" Patience crowed. "Rotten for me!" Archer cried, shooting it down. "I win" declared Patience. "Lose her" Archer murmurred, then asked "Another, game? Yes?" He was so exassperating, such a nayplayer! "No way!" Patience contrahit him back!

Etymology: Nay: negative response. Player: one who takes part. PLay on the expression nay sayer.

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nice word - Jabberwocky, 2008-03-11: 12:22:00

Short,simple and apt! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-03-11: 19:08:00

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Negatiff

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: NEG-uh-tif

Sentence: Ferdinand always seemed to be sporting a negative attitude and no matter what topic came up he'd invariably launch an often juvenile and always bitter negatiff with acrimonious and rude contradictions.

Etymology: Blend of negative and tiff

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good word blend, know a few negatiffers myself! - mweinmann, 2009-01-05: 16:24:00

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Contrapulsive

Created by: ErWenn

Pronunciation: /ˌkɑntɹəˈpʊlsɪv/

Sentence: It was Daffy Duck's contrapulsive nature that did him in. "Duck season" indeed.

Etymology: From contra- +(im)pulsive

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Like Daffy we learn how to 'duck' these types of people even when they try to hunt us down! Fun, sly, witty, sentence ... just ducky! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-11: 21:18:00

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Disstater

Created by: mzzmee265

Pronunciation: dis-state-er

Sentence: She sure is a disstater, how she told him what he corrected what he said and made it into little details.

Etymology: dis- means not; state-short term for statement; er-referring to something or someone

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Disagreeabell

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: disəgrēəbbel

Sentence: Annabell can’t seem to agree with anybody. She is such a contrarian that her friends have taken to call her disagreeaBell.

Etymology: disagreeable (unpleasant or unenjoyable) + Bell (short for Annabell)

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Lambastard

karenanne

Created by: karenanne

Pronunciation: LAM bas terd

Sentence: John is a lambastard who tends to angrily dismiss or criticize everything he hears. If he can pick apart any detail and prove you wrong, he will. He doesn't even seem to really be enjoying himself - he just seems pissed off all the time. He still hasn't figured out that being friendly is sometimes more important than being right.

Etymology: lambaste (to criticize severely, berate harshly) + bastard. Yes, OK, I know that the first word is correctly pronounced "lam' bast," with a short "a," but I just couldn't resist. Anyway, the alternative was "contradickt," and I already used "dick" this week.

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Faulize

Created by: barbrat

Pronunciation:

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Differduffer

Created by: TJayzz

Pronunciation: Diff-er-duff-er

Sentence: Louise was such a differduffer, she would continually disagree with everything. If you remarked that the sea was blue she would argue that it was pink.

Etymology: Differ(disagree vary) + Duffer(a stupid person) = Differduffer

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excellent - Jabberwocky, 2009-01-06: 05:51:00

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Arguenaut

petaj

Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: argue-nought

Sentence: Jason was on the point of jumping overboard, prematurely ending his voyage. Due to a typo in the job ad, he had a crew of arguenauts and now the ship was going round in circles while they all disagreed on the course.

Etymology: argue (disagree strongly) + argonaut (someone seeking dangerous but rewarding adventure)

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COMMENTS:

great word - Jabberwocky, 2008-03-11: 12:23:00

Very clever; good word! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-03-11: 18:52:00

Excellent! - Jamagra, 2008-03-11: 20:29:00

Funtastic! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-11: 21:28:00

By Zeus, you have a good word there. That's what they should call the Toronto football team! - Nosila, 2008-03-11: 22:32:00

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Snottrue

Created by: catgrin

Pronunciation: snot-troo

Sentence: John was a snottruer. If you said the sky was blue he'd say "nope, it's purple." He just couldn't stop himself from snottruing.

Etymology: From "snot" (as in snotty or rude behavior) and "true"

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Repudiasperate

Created by: stache

Pronunciation: rĭ-pyōō'dē ās'pə-rāt'

Sentence: "It's PAIL, not bucket, you dunderhead." That did it. Jill was so repudiasperated she pushed Jack right down the hill.

Etymology: repudiate, to reject the validity or authority of; exasperate, annoy extremenly

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Chuckling ... fun sentence. Excellent word! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-11: 20:56:00

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Cavilrrhea

Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: kav-uhl-REE-uh.

Sentence: He screeched like a contrary cockatoo; prowled like nitpicking prattlesnake - his tongue was merciless; his cavilrrhea relentless. And abderitious abraze bounded from his bottom lip like a crazed kangaroo. His statements, like taipan's fangs, sank deeply into the opinions of his family and friends. Bombastic, kookaburric, Bob looked to find fault in the best arguments of others, that even passers-by felt the painsay of his uttersnipe.

Etymology: Blend of CAVIL:to find fault unneccesarily & -RRHEA:excessive and frequent flow. TAIPAN: a large, fast, highly venomous, aust snake. ABDERITE: a scoffer, so called from Democritos, the laughing philospher. Kookaburra, aust bird known for its laughing.

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great sentence - Jabberwocky, 2008-03-11: 12:25:00

Another good one! Congrats on overall win last week!! - Stevenson0, 2008-03-11: 16:17:00

As always ... many great creates ... fun ... and so erudite! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-11: 21:44:00

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Autofault

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: aw - toe - fawlt

Sentence: Jim was an autofault specialist. No matter what anyone said, he would contradict or correct the statement. Moreover, he had something negative to say about everyone. I know he would really criticize this sentence since it is not clever and contains no interesting story. He is already critizing my lack of originality in illustrating my Verbotomy word today. I will wait for his comments below and just try to ignore them.

Etymology: Automatic (to operate independently of thought control (involuntary), Acting or done as if by machine; mechanical) + Fault (the quality of being inadequate or falling short of perfection)

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I think I know Jim. - Mustang, 2009-01-05: 19:27:00

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Gainsayaholic

Created by: CanadianAndyCapp

Pronunciation: Gayn-say-a-holl-ik

Sentence: Because the historian was so determined to have his theories adopted as "fact", he habitually attacked other researchers work to the point that he became a gainsayaholic.

Etymology: Gainsay- I'm right, You're wrong, They're totally out of their tree! / aholic- Drunk on ego

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Great etymology ... great definition for aholic! Great aspect to portray ... very perceptive! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-11: 21:49:00

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Impugndiot

Created by: Jamagra

Pronunciation: im/pyoon'/dee/et

Sentence: When Stephen impugndiated that the world IS flat, the geography professor rolled his eyes. He did, however, manage to refrain from calling his student an impugndiot.

Etymology: impugn (to challenge another's statements as false) + idiot (an utterly foolish or senseless person) (v) impugndiate: impugn + repudiate

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Great originality! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-11: 21:24:00

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Contramarian

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: kuhn-tra-mair-ee-uhn

Sentence: ContraMarian is conversation sniper. She can and will find fault with anything that anybody says. She enjoys shooting down even the most innocent comment. Last week her skills almost brought about a disaster. She took a shot at a negasaurus and the resulting cynicism came close to creating a black hole that could have swallowed the earth. Luckily the ancient reptile was hungry and headed off in search of food.

Etymology: contrarian (a person who takes an opposing view, especially one who rejects the majority opinion) + Marian (a female given name, form of Mary)

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Adverseteen

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: ad vers a teen

Sentence: Joe's 14 year old girl, Ashley (or as he calls her, Cashley) will argue with him about anything. She always has to have the last word, knows it all, feels entitled to sass him, all the while spending his money like a drunk sailor on shore leave. He calls her his adverseteen.

Etymology: Adverse (in an opposing direction;contrary to your interests or welfare) & Teen (those awkward, rebellious years between chidhood and adulthood)

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Internoper

Created by: silveryaspen

Pronunciation: in ter nope er

Sentence: We all know the ultimate intruder, that ruder person, who obsessively interjects to disagree with anything anyone says. The ultimate internoper that constantly interrupts, intercepts and interferes in any intercourse, to naysay and negate, everything everyone said.

Etymology: INTERLOPER, NOPE. INTERLOPER - intruder; as one who intrudes on anything anyone says. NOPE - to disagree, to naysay.

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nice - Jabberwocky, 2009-01-05: 10:35:00

like it silvery tree person! - galwaywegian, 2009-01-05: 12:20:00

Hey Silvery, this is great...captured the meaning well. - mweinmann, 2009-01-05: 16:22:00

Excellent word! - Mustang, 2009-01-05: 19:29:00

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Contradick

libertybelle

Created by: libertybelle

Pronunciation: kon-trah-dik

Sentence: Cody was being a typical contradick and kept interrupting Jenny's story with a contrasting and persnickity comment. It didn't really matter whether it was a beagle or a greyhound that ran out in front of her car, she just wanted to tell the police officer that she swerved to miss a dog and hit his patrol car.

Etymology: contradict + dick (nuff said!)

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nice - galwaywegian, 2009-01-05: 12:21:00

Can't quit chuckling! - silveryaspen, 2009-01-05: 12:48:00

Very good! - TJayzz, 2009-01-06: 08:39:00

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Confrontsayshunall

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: con/front/say/shun/all

Sentence: Sally was so confrontsayshunall that the debating club hired her when they were practicing for tournaments.

Etymology: confront + say + shun + all + confrontational

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Another goodun! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-03-11: 18:53:00

Witty! Meaning full! You always have such a great way of playing with your words and coming up with the best wons! To blend four words and have it be a pun on another one ... and all right on the definition ... just blows my mind! Outstanding! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-11: 21:14:00

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Counterpainintheass

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: cown/tur/pane/in/the/ass

Sentence: Sometimes Sally was such a counterpainintheass that it was impossible to carry on a conversation with her.

Etymology: counter (contrary)+ pain in the ass + counterpane (blanket)

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Well put ... they do tend to throw a wet blanket on everything. - silveryaspen, 2009-01-05: 12:50:00

Funny! Funny - TJayzz, 2009-01-05: 13:12:00

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Painsay

Created by: kateinkorea

Pronunciation: PANE say

Sentence: Everything with her is an insult, and I get tired of the constant painsay.

Etymology: GAINSAY: to contradict PAIN: to be someone who annoys

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A panesay has lots of windows of opportunities! - Nosila, 2009-01-05: 18:09:00

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Ornerarity

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: or ner rare itee

Sentence: Jim said, "Mary, Mary, quite contrary, How do you know if it's dripping or raining?" Said Mary to Jim: "Jim, Jim, you knew when you met me, I am full of ornerarity!" "But Mary", said Jim,"Just because you are full of Contrarity, do not let that oncoming truck knock you into eternity!" Said Mary to Jim " It's not a truck but a delivery van, driven by my brother Stan!" Said Jim back to Mary, "Your Contradictator ways will be the end of you!" To which Mary replied, "I'd rather end my life at 32 than give up on any chance to argue!!!"

Etymology: Ornery (having a difficult and contrary disposition) & Rarity (noteworthy scarcity; something unusual)

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Kudos for silly rhymes and smiles! - silveryaspen, 2009-01-05: 12:46:00

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Analinguist

youmustvotenato

Created by: youmustvotenato

Pronunciation: Anal-linguist

Sentence: Must you really be a smartmouth like that? You're such an analinguist

Etymology: Anal-uptight linguist-language

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Zigele

Created by: XMbIPb

Pronunciation: /zi-ge-le/ (note: the stress is on the first vowel of the word)

Sentence: WOMAN No.1: “So I tell my Moishe: ‘Don’t climb up that ladder. You’re no spring chicken!’ And what does he tell me? He tells me: ‘I’m no spring chicken, but I still know how to change a light bulb!’ And I say: ‘Don’t change that light bulb. We will call Isak. He will change the light bulb.’ And what does my old ZIGELE say? He says: ‘Go away woman. I will change the light bulb!’ So now he’s a triple impotent, can you imagine?” WOMAN No.2: “A triple impotent? What is a triple impotent? How do you go from changing a light bulb to being a triple impotent?” WOMAN No.1: “Well he fell. I tell you, that ZIGELE fell off the ladder. It was a really bad fall. Oi, vei…” WOMAN no.2: “So what? What does it have to do with impotence? What is triple impotence?” WOMAN no.1: “Well… he was a regular impotent before, you know… except now he has two broken hands and he bit half his tongue off.”

Etymology: ZIGELE (fr. Yiddish) - a goat

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So Moishe is now geschnecktigezoik? Oi, who knew! That story made me verklempt! - Nosila, 2010-05-20: 17:55:00

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Mymissus

Created by: amigamark

Pronunciation: my-misses

Sentence: My missus will argue till she's blue in the face that she has told me something last Tuesday, however she forgets that we were not speaking that day!

Etymology: mymissus - say no more

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Fun one! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-11: 21:01:00

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Negatiff

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: neg-eh-tif

Sentence: Roland almost always has a negative attitude and no matter what topic arises he invariably launches a juvenile and always bitter negatiff with much acrimony and and rude contradictions.

Etymology: Blend of 'negative' (lacking positive qualities, disagreeable) and 'tiff' (a petty quarrel)

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Polarexpressionist

Created by: bookowl

Pronunciation: poe/lar/ex/press/shun/ist

Sentence: A polarexpressionist insists that everything is the direct opposite.

Etymology: polar (opposite) + expressionist

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Ah, we do think of these negative type of people as grump as a polar bear! Good one! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-11: 21:35:00

grumpy ... forgive my mindstick on the grumps ... grin and bear with me! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-11: 21:37:00

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Habitchualist

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: huh/bich/oo/list

Sentence: Jennifer chose her girl friends with a great deal of care and foresight. They were of the lowest self-esteem with traits she could easily exploit to her advantage and control. Jennifer was an habitchualist and she knew they would put up with the constant berating and castigation she bestowed on them. As the queen faultalist, she had victims around her ready and waiting to be belittled, just to be noticed.

Etymology: habit, habitual, constant, persistent + bitch, beef, bellyache, bemoan, complain, expostulate, find fault

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COMMENTS:

Great word. Thanks for the words of congrats. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-03-11: 19:07:00

The heart of your word hits the heart of the definition! Terrific creation! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-11: 21:27:00

Great play on words! Love it. I used it already to describe somebody. - arrrteest, 2008-03-11: 22:20:00

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Petticlaimant

Created by: arrrteest

Pronunciation: pet-ee-claym-ant

Sentence: Edward wasn't sure exactly when he realized he began predicting Evelyn's petticlaimant responses to everything he said. It was at this point that the break-up was inevitable, with each encounter twisting the screws a little bit tighter.

Etymology: Petti- small + claim- to assert + ant- performer of an action

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Uniqu etymology and word! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-11: 21:05:00

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Retortionalist

Created by: Biscotti

Pronunciation: ree-tore-shun-ul-ist

Sentence: Eric was such a horrible retortionalist. He constantly contradicted whatever comments his friends made. When asked about his friends, he replied, "I don't have friends, I have peers..." It was a wonder he even had friends....err...peers.

Etymology: retort (to reply sharply as with contradiction) + contortionist (meant as being able to turn someone elses words against them; it really means an acrobatic person)

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COMMENTS:

Touche! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-03-11: 19:12:00

Great choice of words ... the controtionist in your verboticism really captures those negative twists that tumble from the tongue. Interesting word! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-11: 21:08:00

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Emendophob

kashman

Created by: kashman

Pronunciation: emend-o-foob

Sentence: Mike was such an emendophob that all his co-workers avoided inviting him to their conversations and meetings. This led to Mike believing that everyone was jealous of his superior knowledge.

Etymology: emend (to correct) + o + phob (someone displaying irrational and obsessive behavior)

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Always good to see unique words in the etymology. Good strong word! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-11: 21:11:00

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Beatyadown

Created by: idavecook

Pronunciation: BEET YA DOW N

Sentence: That little beatyadown Tracy has always gotta stick her stringy haired head into my business, when all she bbe sticking it into an oven!

Etymology: years of dating the ladies.

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COMMENTS:

UHT OH! You need to pick a different type of women to date! Your word expresses the harshness of the feeling and meaning of the definition! Very strong word! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-11: 21:42:00

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Ignoramitist

Created by: twocent

Pronunciation: ig-NO-ram-me&-tist

Sentence: As a finalist in the state's hotly contested top-five standing for "most brazen ignoramitist", Harold's voice grew louder as he corrected the officer. "I don't care what your little book there says, the law provides that a standing stop sign be regarded as a yield demarkerization in all instances of a visibly empty and/or vacant intersection!"

Etymology: Ignoramitist n. combination of ignoramus: a feigned possessor of knowledge who is, in fact, highly ignorant egoist: onw who thinks they are the center of the universe egotist: one who incessantly talks about themself

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Rebuffy

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: ribəfē

Sentence: Pete and his girlfriend were the most annoying couple around. Pete (aka RePete) would restate everything anyone said in the form of a question perhaps to create time to ponder a response. ReBuffy was a contrarian, responding negatively to anything anyone had to say. She could find fault with the most innocuous statement.

Etymology: rebuff (reject (someone or something) in an abrupt or ungracious manner) + Buffy (a female name)

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Disagweeble

Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: dis-ah-gwee-bull

Sentence: Being a disagweeble led to Jane's ultimate demise. When Bob yelled "Alligator!", she felt compelled to stand there and argue that the 8-foot long beast was actually a crocodile.

Etymology: disagreeable, weeble - cuz they keep coming back at ya (and I love weebles!)

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weebles can get a round anything - Jabberwocky, 2008-03-11: 12:23:00

Did everything turn out o-cay man? - OZZIEBOB, 2008-03-11: 19:03:00

Clever, fun, and downright cute! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-11: 21:30:00

Too funny! I'm going to use this word on the next person who argues with me. - Tigger, 2008-03-12: 00:34:00

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Obtrite

Created by: bigveg

Pronunciation: ob-trite

Sentence: she was so mad she shouted right!, i've had enough of all your sh*te, there will be no love for you tonight, if you don't quit your act obtrite!

Etymology: obtuse: lacking intellectual acuity - trite: repeated too often; overfamiliar through overuse

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Rhymes are fun any time. Good word, too! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-11: 20:54:00

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Quibblesandblitz

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: kwib bells and blitz

Sentence: Mary, Mary quite contrary,walking around in your underwear; You quibbleandblitz on any topic and that makes your friends all swear; You quibbleandblitz about French Impressionists and other subjects that makes your friends mad; When you quibbleandblitz it leaves such a bad Impression and that is really sad; You quibbleandblitz your friend, Vincent on such a rainy day, You quibbleandblitz one more time and then carelessly make your getaway; You quibbleandblitz that a little rain and cold is not your foe; You quibbleandblitz one last time, until he yells, Go, Van Gogh!

Etymology: Quibbles (an evasion of the point of an argument by raising irrelevant distinctions or objections and to argue over petty things and Blitz (attack suddenly and without warning)...rhyming with Kibbles & Bits (just to make you hungry)

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COMMENTS:

libertybelle So clever! - libertybelle, 2008-03-11: 08:43:00

Great sentence and etymology. Funny and fun! Outstanding! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-11: 14:50:00

Good word. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-03-11: 19:09:00

mighty fine! - diyan627, 2008-03-11: 21:07:00

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Vanisectomy

Created by: idavecook

Pronunciation: Van-Eh-Sect-Oh-Me

Sentence: Tricia's vanisectomy is going to get us killed when we get to the party, these people don't mess around! Tricia: Whatever , it's not "these people" it's a bunch of douche bags.

Etymology: Vanity & Vasectomy

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Ornodict

Created by: Echos

Pronunciation:

Sentence: She hung up the phone, sick of his ornodicting everything she said.

Etymology: From "ornery" and "dictate"

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COMMENTS:

Very emotive words! Great etymology! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-11: 21:31:00

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Contracisor

Created by: ericman

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Literalitate

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Created by: DevynAlexanderSkyeHarris

Pronunciation: Litter-uhll-it-tate

Sentence: "Oh I am a writer, not an artist or anything." Niiloxsi brushed off Mudulin's comment softly. "That still makes you an artist Niilo my brother. You never say what you mean its so annoying!" Niiloxsi shot back white hot and retorted, "Yeah well at least I'm not literalitating everyone all the time, constantly correcting them when you know very well what they meant you literalitator!"

Etymology: 1. Literal: Exact meaning, definition or intention. 2.Irritate: To annoy or bother repetitiously.

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Rebutthead

Created by: Tigger

Pronunciation: /ri-BUHT-hed/

Sentence: Lyle was such a rebutthead that he started an argument with the mugger who was trying to rob him, telling him that he wasn't holding the gun correctly. At first Lyle tried to demonstrate with his empty hands but the criminal was incompetent, and Lyle told him so. Frustrated, he reached for the gun to show the mugger again. Lyle is finally out of Intensive Care and recuperating nicely, although he's driving the doctors and nurses crazy.

Etymology: Rebut - to refute by evidence or argument (from Old French, rebuter "to thrust back") + Butthead - a stupid or inept person (slang: buttheads often "butt heads" with other people, but the 'anal' connotation is clear. Also, Beavis' buddy)

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Tigger, I hope the nurses and doctors gave him large needles in his rebutt! - Nosila, 2008-03-11: 01:20:00

Good word. - ErWenn, 2008-03-11: 01:34:00

very funny word and sentence. - stache, 2008-03-11: 15:02:00

Thoroughly enjoyable. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-03-11: 19:10:00

Tigger-iffic! - Jamagra, 2008-03-11: 20:30:00

That's a good one! - diyan627, 2008-03-11: 21:06:00

Sentence and word ... clever and fun ... great pun! Marvelous creation! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-11: 21:21:00

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Contraryan

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: kon trayr ee yan

Sentence: Marian, Marian, quite the Contraryan, You argue with everyone you know, If your friend had said rain or shine, you would have said, snow! When warned of the truck, you said it was a van and that was your final answer, Your Teutonic pride should have told you it was actually a very fast Panzer.

Etymology: Contrary (very opposed in nature or character or purpose) & Aryan (according to Nazi doctrine, a Caucasian person of Nordic descent) & Panzer (German armoured tank)

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Comments:

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2008-03-11: 00:01:00
Today's definition was suggested by Biscotti. Thank you Biscotti. ~ James

silveryaspen - 2008-03-11: 21:51:00
Well done, Biscotti and James!

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2008-03-12: 00:06:00
Thank you Silvery! I won't rebutt a compliment. ~ James

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2010-05-20: 00:05:00
Today's definition was suggested by Biscotti. Thank you Biscotti. ~ James