Verboticism: Deisploitate

'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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Rendeveous

Created by: heydj

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Sentence: "He was rendeveous towards that man."

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Exodecembrating

Created by: artbegotti

Pronunciation: ek'so-dEE-sem"bray-ting

Sentence: "Christmas shopping used to be easy, until the stores began exodecembrating for the neighbors down the street... now, there are so many "Holiday Spectacular" sales, I don't have time to visit them all!"

Etymology: From the Latin "ex" meaning "out of", and the Anglican "December" meaning "tenth month". I don't get it either.

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Footmouthin

Created by: Morganio

Pronunciation: foot-mouth-in

Sentence: He was doing some serious footmouthin

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Felizpolyglot

Created by: boutros9

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Smegmany

Created by: Fittefisk

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Politicallyovercorrectness

Created by: BrakX

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Sentence: Man... all this happy holidays stuff instead of Merry Christmas is politicallyovercorrectness

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Joyblanderize

Created by: oohisay

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Holidamn

Created by: M1ssRJ

Pronunciation: holl-eh-dam

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Accostodiate

Created by: torgo

Pronunciation: acost-owe-dee-ate.

Sentence: In response to an excess of political correctness it has become de rigeur to spread accostodiations to all.

Etymology: Accost is to greet someone but not necessarily in a friendly way. And odiate comes from the latin "to hate".

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Comproment

Tobester

Created by: Tobester

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Etymology: from 'compromise'

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