Verboticism: Sexogram

'Happy Holidays from the North Pole!'

DEFINITION: To offer non-denominational, inter-faith seasonal greetings, which are nevertheless a tad politically incorrect.

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Xholimas

Created by: malindaemb

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Athelutations

Created by: davidave

Pronunciation: A thel u TAY shuns

Sentence: Recognizing his coworkers diverse cultural backgrounds, Mark greeted the room with neutral athelutations.

Etymology: Elision of atheism and salutations.

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Yuletried

Created by: babel

Pronunciation: yool-tride

Sentence: Peter's whisky-infused mulled wine gave him oodles of yuletried spirit

Etymology: yuletide + tried

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Holyhail

Created by: Guthlaf1

Pronunciation: HO-lee-HAYL

Sentence: We exchanged holyhails, and went our separate ways.

Etymology: holy - associated with a divine power hail - to greet enthusiastically, praise

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If it makes any difference, I was also Guest... then had to go and register! - Guthlaf1, 2006-12-13: 06:45:00

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Sacrewish

Created by: tiohn

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Kwanzymoron

Created by: ajamay

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Nondengreet

Created by: gale37

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Christmisfit

Created by: shadowmonkey04

Pronunciation: Kris-miss-fit

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Merrikwanica

Created by: btkantz

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Holicaustify

Created by: Bulletchewer

Pronunciation: hol-e-corse-ti-fy

Sentence: It was particularly cringe-worthy to hear Michael holicaustify the diverse range of guests.

Etymology: From "holy/holiday", "horrify" and "caustic" meaning acidic or harsh. Is, of course, a pun on Holocaust, making the word a little risky, but, in my view, adding to the effectiveness of the gestures it describes, as they are offensive/insensitive.

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