Verboticism: Steadfuss

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Colleave

Created by: lumina

Pronunciation: kol/leev

Sentence: It was bad enough that my desk was moved away from window with the gorgeous city view. I now had to endure working side by side with Ken, the company's colleave. Everyday it was the same. Ranting, whining, threatening and the packing and unpacking of his personal belongings, only to then have to "smile and wave" at the end of the day as he said "Another day another dollar. See you tomorrow."

Etymology: colleague + leave

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Steadfuss

Created by: milorush

Pronunciation: (intr. v. & n.) stěd'-fŭs

Sentence: "Quit being such a steadfuss. I'm tired of your incessant griping about work conditions at the sperm bank!" ejaculated Sam.

Etymology: stead[fast] + fuss (from "fussbudget" = "a fussy or needlessly fault-finding person")

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Occuprickick

Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: ock-u-prick-kick

Sentence: With a yearning to occuplague rather than be occupied, Bob's beefs were legendary. And he certainly wasn't a workhorse, more a worknag. The thrill for him each day at the office was the occuprickick.

Etymology: Blend of the "occup" of occupation; prick: to nettle, sting, annoy, be a nuisance and "kick" to get enjoyment or a thrill from something.

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COMMENTS:

Hahaha! Actually, I like "Occuprick" better! I may need to incorporate that into my vocabulary. :D - Lolagrrl, 2007-10-18: 10:38:00

another great sentence - Jabberwocky, 2007-10-18: 13:16:00

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Assiwhine

Created by: hiladizzle

Pronunciation: ass-i-whine

Sentence: I wish Fred would quit. He's such an assiwhine.

Etymology: n., derived from assignment (something assigned, as a particular task or duty; job) and whine (to snivel or complain in a peevish, self-pitying way)

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Gripefitter

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: grype fit ter

Sentence: Charlie had gone to trade school to get his ticket, so that he would always be able to find work. After a few years of being a pipefitter, he got bored and became a gripefitter. He complained about everything to everybody, but did not want to give up his status and benefits, plus the money was great. Apparently complaining about his job ran in his family as one of his brothers was a whine merchant, another a beef industry executive and the third a journeymoan electrician.

Etymology: Gripe (to complain) & Pipefitter (A pipefitter (also called steamfitter), not to be mistaken for a plumber, is a tradesman who lays out, assembles, fabricates, maintains and repairs mechanical piping systems)

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Hateblove

Created by: emilylind

Pronunciation: the pronunciation of this word is the words " hate " the letter b and ' love '

Sentence: I hateblove this job .

Etymology:

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Slitch

Created by: eileen22

Pronunciation: slitch

Sentence: That girl's such a slitch.

Etymology: sl - slacker, itch - bitch. someone who slacks and bitches.

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Jobaholic

Created by: brimuth

Pronunciation: job - a - hollik

Sentence: Despite Jeff's denials, everyone knew he was a secret jobaholic, smiling at his work when he thought no-one was looking.

Etymology:

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Alienistic

Created by: verygoodmood

Pronunciation:

Sentence: As a former alien, I know that in the beginning most of people coming to our country for good have “Alienistic Mentality”, "Alienistic Feelings", they take advantage of the country’s benefits, grabbing what they can grab avoiding giving back. Later however, it often changes, but not always unfortunately.

Etymology: Alien + istic

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Fretoric

Created by: ErWenn

Pronunciation: /ˈfɹɛdəˌɹɪk/

Sentence: Fredrick complained all the time, but it was just fretoric.

Etymology: from fret + rhetoric

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