Verboticism: Fregtimalaphobia

'Come on, you ate the banana. Now eat the peel. '

DEFINITION: n., The fear of eating the skins of fruits, vegetables, or small animals. v., To worry about saving one's skin while chewing on a rind, peel, or pelt.

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Skinskittish

Created by: LoftyDreamer

Pronunciation: skin + skittish

Sentence: The skinskittish children reluctantly ate the grapes, then finally accepted the fact that their purple mouths and hands would be with them for days.

Etymology: skin (the outer layer of an organism) + skittish (jumpy or jittery)

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COMMENTS:

Being skinskittish would cause them to have a great deal of skinsternation. - Mustang, 2008-09-08: 22:19:00

Kids like that would have Grape Expectations! - Nosila, 2008-09-09: 00:32:00

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Skintimidation

Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: skin-tim-id-ay-shun

Sentence: The potato looked great inside, but the skintimidation proved too much for him, and he moved on to the peas and carrots.

Etymology: intimidation, skin

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Circumskin

Created by: wordslikevenom

Pronunciation: Sir-cum-skin

Sentence: Time and time again, Quasimodo had been advised to circumskin the Ugli fruit. Alas, he did not know what 'fruit' meant.

Etymology: circumnavigate - to proceed completely around. Skin - the natural outer layer which covers a person, animal, fruit, etc.

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:) - Nosila, 2011-06-20: 18:37:00

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Agrowaphobia

Created by: Osomatic

Pronunciation: ah + gro + ah + pho + bee + ah

Sentence: I know that's got lots of vitamins and all that, but I'm still not eating it because, frankly, it's yucky.

Etymology: agoraphobia but with "grow" in there.

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Skinedible

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: skinedəbəl

Sentence: Ruby is afraid of any food that has an exterior that is different than its interior. She sees it as skinedible. To her, even skinadvertent skingestion of skin is skinappropriate. It gives her skindigestion. She won*t even drink hot chocolate that has started to cool.

Etymology: skin (the thin layer of tissue forming the natural outer covering of the body of a person or animal) + inedible (not fit to be eaten)

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mrskellyscl good one! - mrskellyscl, 2010-02-03: 06:39:00

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Fearomembrane

Created by: aigle101

Pronunciation: fear-o-membrane

Sentence: noun;fear of any outer skin(membrane) whether refering to fruit ,vegetable or animal etc...;

Etymology: fear and membrane (outer skin or fur)

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Rindossiferous

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: Rind-ossifer-ous

Sentence: Betsy worried that her skin would crinkle and crack to the point that she became totally rindossiferous.

Etymology: Rind + ossify

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Peelophobia

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: peel o fobe eya

Sentence: Jackie had a tremendous case of peelophobia. She could not bare to look at an orange rind, apple parings or a banana peel, never mind eat them. She could not even eat in a steakhouse, lest they serve potato skins. They did not appeel to her at all.

Etymology: Peel (the rind of a fruit or vegetable) & POhobia (Unnatural fear;an anxiety disorder characterized by extreme and irrational fear of simple things)

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Neurosiderm

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: noo-roh-sih-durm

Sentence: Elodie's neurosiderm centered around eating pears. She'll never get over the time she ate one right before she presented at work in front of her team and bits of pear skin stuck to the roof of her mouth and on to her front teeth.

Etymology: neurosis + derma

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Trepodation

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: trepädāshən

Sentence: Jan’s mom has some odd ideas about food. Just because she shopped at Whole Foods she thought you had to eat foods ”as is”. Peels, skins, rinds, and pods are not food in Jan’s opinion. It always left her with a sense of trepodation when Mom started to fix a meal. Last night? corn on the cob still in the husk. ”No shucking way”.

Etymology: trepidation (a feeling of fear or agitation about something that may happen) + pod (an elongated seed vessel of a leguminous plant such as the pea)

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