Verboticism: Cellicit

'Listen for the ring!'

DEFINITION: v., To call your cellphone when you have misplaced it, hoping that it will ring so that you can locate it. n., The sound of a lost cellphone.

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Denialtone

Created by: cysglyd

Pronunciation:

Sentence: Calling the missing mobile gained him nothing but a plaintive denialtone.

Etymology: dialtone, denial

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Buzzterbation

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Created by: thegoatisbad

Pronunciation: buz-ter-bay-shon

Sentence: Even though she knew it was a sin to spill her cell on the couch, Kimberly often fell asleep playing snake on her Nokia 5110 while watching Animal Planet. She often woke up and would buzzterbate frantically, searching through layer and layer of snuggie and slanket for the precious piece of pulsating plastic that once saved her life.

Etymology: buzz (to call) + -terbation (well, I'm a little embarrassed to say)

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Cellalert

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: sell-uh-lert

Sentence: Unable to find his cell phone amidst the clutter Elwood sent himself a cellalert from his landline.

Etymology: cell (cell phone) + alert

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Hiddaring

Created by: forlove169

Pronunciation: hid-a-ring

Sentence: When Jan could not find her phone, her last option was hiddaringing it to find its location.

Etymology: A combination of hidden and a ring.

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Findbyringin

Created by: emilylind

Pronunciation: Say 'find' then ' by ' and finally , Ring and in "

Sentence: To track cellphones down , I like to findbyringin

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Vibring

Created by: sipsoccer

Pronunciation: (vi-bring)

Sentence: To find his phone he had to use the house phone to vibring, so he knew where it was.

Etymology: Vi: vibrate Bring: as to ring.

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Stolange

Created by: suchipatel

Pronunciation: Stoh - linj

Sentence: She spent the day stolanging in the hopes that she'd hear her ringtone in the clutter of her room.

Etymology: Stol - To send Angel - Message "To send a message"

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Cryptmne

Created by: nicolebolavage

Pronunciation:

Sentence: He wasn't able to cryptmne, because he had his phone on silent.

Etymology: crypt- hidden, secret mne- to remember

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Crypthphon

Created by: ashrogers1734

Pronunciation:

Sentence: I must crypthphon quickly! My phone has been lost for days, try to listen for the ring!

Etymology: Crypth - hidden or secret Phon - sound or telephone

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Acryptomne

Created by: EvelynS

Pronunciation:

Sentence: After suffering from various cases of acryptomne, I've learned to never keep my ringtone on silent.

Etymology: (a- without + crypt- hidden + mne- remember, memory)

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