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DEFINITION: v., To carefully place a lid on a bottle, especially a salad dressing bottle, so that it appears closed and will not spill unless the bottle is moved or shaken. n., A bottle which has been prepared in such a manner.

Pronunciation: see-zon-fling

Sentence: "Would you care for a little seasonfling on your salad?" asked the perfect hostess as she accidentally spewed the entire bottle of salad dressing all over her guests.

Etymology: seasoning + fling

Created by: Jabberwocky.


Great! - TJayzz, 2008-09-19: 09:57:00

Sounds like a salad tossin' spring break - zxvasdf, 2008-09-21: 21:22:00

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Gotchup: /gächəp/ Rudy fell for a whole bottle of gotchup. He was a great fan of practical jokes. He was constantly pulling stunts on his roommate. Finally it was Billy's turn. After observing Rudy's habit of turning the catsup bottle over and giving it a good thunk before opening the cap, Billy knew what to do. He loosened the cap and sat back to see the results. Sure enough, Rudy proceeded to empty about half the bottle on his pants and new shoes with one good whack. The whole thing was made that much sweeter by the fact that Rudy insisted on buying the cheap runny catsup instead of the brand that Billy liked. His only regret was that PitterPat, his cat, was well within the spatter zone as the prank ensued. Etymology: gotcha (an instance of publicly tricking someone or exposing them to ridicule) + catsup (a spicy sauce made chiefly from tomatoes and vinegar, used as a condiment) Created by: artr.


great story - Jabberwocky, 2008-09-19: 09:33:00

Excellent word! - Mustang, 2008-09-19: 17:12:00

Drettle: /-dretl-/ He has drettled this bottle again! How many times will I have to deal with this drettle?!?! Etymology: DRETTLE. v. tr/ n From Dressing + Throttle Created by: vmalcolm.

Connedement: /condiment/ Doris's mother-in-law loved to poke around in the fridge whenever she came to visit. She would pull out all the sauce and dressings bottles, giving them a firm shake and peering at the use by dates before exclaiming loudly to embarrass Doris, when she found an old one. This time, Doris had a cunning plan to thwart the old biddy. Her fridge was now full of connedements - at the first shake, her mother-in-law was sure to get a face full of thousand island dressing, fish sauce or aioli. Etymology: conned (subject to a confidence trick) + dement (to cause someone to lose their faculties) + condiment (accompaniments for your food) Created by: petaj.


Hey Petaj - welcome back!! Great word today - Jabberwocky, 2008-09-19: 09:25:00

Good one! - Mustang, 2008-09-19: 17:13:00

Welcome connedeplements on your word! - Nosila, 2008-09-19: 20:08:00


To see more verboticisms for this definition go to: Oh no! I hate it when my husband tries to dress me!



Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-10-23: 02:57:00
Today's definition was suggested by remistram. Thank you remistram! ~ James

petaj petaj - 2007-10-23: 08:19:00
Definitely Krafty behaviour!

remistram - 2007-10-23: 09:52:00
I had to marry the loose lidder...I'm a shake first, tight lidder thus the birth of this definition.

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-10-23: 10:19:00
Time to throttle the bottler? ~ James

galwaywegian - 2008-09-19: 06:29:00

galwaywegian - 2008-09-19: 06:30:00
very high standard so far today!

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2010-02-18: 00:36:00
Today's definition was suggested by remistram. Thank you remistram. ~ James

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