Verboticism: Fallashop

'If we buy 100 we'll save over $7000!'

DEFINITION: v., To believe you're saving money by buying things which are on sale even if you don't really want or need them. n., A person who believes they are saving their money whenever they buy something on sale.

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Frugatile

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: Froo-guh-tul

Sentence: In a frugatile attempt to save money Bart and Clara bought many sale items that they had no real use for.

Etymology: Frugal and futile

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Dealboughtcheery

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: deel/bot/cheer/ee

Sentence: Harold exhibited the classic signs of dealboughtcheery every time he emerged from a going out of business store with a grin on his face and several huge shopping bags filled with useless bargains.

Etymology: deal + bought+ cheery + debauchery (excessive sensual indulgence)

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COMMENTS:

Great word - TJayzz, 2008-10-15: 15:03:00

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Bargainbasedbent

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: bar/gan/based/bent

Sentence: Sue was so bargainbasedbent that she planned her holidays around closing sales.

Etymology: bargain + based + bent (determined) + bargain basement

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COMMENTS:

Hell hath no fury like a woman at a bargain counter! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-11-16: 21:45:00

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Bubblebursar

Created by: verbotomer

Pronunciation: /ˈbʌbəlˌbɜːrsɚ/

Sentence: n. "The bank wouldn't give me a loan because they think I'm a bubblebursar"; vt. "The reason you never have any money is because you always bubbleburse it all away!"

Etymology: fr. bubble: an inflated speculation; + bursar: an official in charge of funds, as at a college or university... A bubblebursar is a student in the university of life, who is all-too-prepared to part with his funds in exchange for goods or services he values too highly

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Saleomatic

Created by: taith

Pronunciation:

Sentence: when she goes shopping she's really saleomatic!!!

Etymology: sale+automatic

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Twoferninny

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: toō fər nin ē

Sentence: Janene is truly a twoferninny. Say the word sale and her eyes light up. Mention "half off" and she may swoon. It doesn't matter that she doesn't need it, if it is a bargain, consider it bought. Just last week she was practically giddy as she saved a huge bundle of cash on two gallons (a twofer) of kumquat juice.

Etymology: twofer (an item or offer that comprises two items but is sold for the price of one) + ninny (a foolish person)

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COMMENTS:

great word - Jabberwocky, 2008-10-15: 11:50:00

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Retrohoard

Created by: SpaceCadet

Pronunciation: re-troh-hohrd

Sentence: John was such a retrohoard that he spent all his free time scouring through the stalls at the local flea markets, in the hopes of finding that long lost treasure, what ever it may be. For retrohoarding is less about the immediate goal but the future potential, however elusive; one could say it's the modern day equivalent to the great mythic quests of the past.

Etymology: 1. "retro-": a prefix from Latin retrō (adv.), backward, back, behind. 2. "hoard": (noun) a supply or accumulation that is carefully guarded for future use; (verb) to accumulate for future use in a carefully guarded place

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Dealinquency

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: deel link wen see

Sentence: Dealoren's dealinquency was not dealiberate. He dealed dealightfully with any deals dealiberated upon in his dealusional family. His wife, Dealilah had a dealcidedly deafferent view of what was a good deal. She learned early on not to dealagate dealicate deliberations to Dealoren. For her, his dealight in dealuging her with dealiverable deals posed a huge dealemma. Through sheer due dealigence, she dealayed dealciding which expenses to dealete from her budget. If only she could find a spouse who would dealete deals from dealicatessens and deal with dealettantes and other deals in a dealiscious dealivery. Otherwise, she would be called dealvious!

Etymology: Deal ( do business; offer for sale as for one's livelihood;come to terms or deal successfully with) & Deliquency (a tendency to be negligent and uncaring;nonpayment of a debt when due)

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metrohumanx Let's make a dealinquency! - metrohumanx, 2008-10-17: 12:09:00

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Saveaholic

Created by: sipsoccer

Pronunciation: (save-ah-holic)

Sentence: Don't buy those, we have no need for them, you're such a saveaholic.

Etymology: save: to keep aholic: addicted

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Bargainloss

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Created by: zxvasdf

Pronunciation: Bar gain loss

Sentence: Amy excelled at bargainloss, and her many friends benefited from her "thriftiness".

Etymology: Bargain (good deal) & loss (act of losing)

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