Verboticism: Devourecstasy

'This donut is so good!'

DEFINITION: v. To enjoy, or derive physical pleasure from, the eating of sweets and other sugared substances -- often leads to over-consumption. n. Pleasure derived from the consumption of sweets.

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Created by: verbinator

Pronunciation: shu-gor-man-dee

Sentence: Receiving little gratification from his work at the IT help desk, Albert frequently reached for donuts, becoming another victim of sugourmandy.

Etymology: sugar + gourmand

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Created by: seldumonde

Pronunciation: sack-row-may-nee-uh

Sentence: Jack had to satisfy his sacromania by gorging on handfuls of sweets.

Etymology: Sacro = from sucrose, sugar Mania = obsession

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Created by: SlRf24


Sentence: Sue had a sweetoverose yesterday!She could't stop eating chocolate donuts!

Etymology: Sweet+Overdose

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Created by: morganfrost

Pronunciation: fill-o-GLOO-ko-fa-ji

Sentence: He claimed that his weight problem was hormonal, but everyone knew it was a combination of indolence and philoglucophagy.

Etymology: Philo=love/Gluco=sugar/phagy= eating

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Created by: Dormin87

Pronunciation: Spaz-mod-eat

Sentence: He ate so many jelly cream donuts with extra icing, he became spasmodeet

Etymology: spasmodic + sweet

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Created by: xcruser88x

Pronunciation: Pless - ur - fit

Sentence: In a moment of pleasurfeit, Mike "took twenty," eating four "Take5" bars.

Etymology: Pleasure + surfeit

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Created by: ErWenn

Pronunciation: /'swE-t&-"lAt/

Sentence: Officer Stereotype was suspended after being sweetilated just a bit too much by his donuts while on duty.

Etymology: Sweet + titillate

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Created by: allwise

Pronunciation: maxi-munch-ing

Sentence: Catarina was quite full, but it tasted so good, and there was only half the bowl left of goodies, so she maximunched the rest, but ended up exploding when eating the last paper-thin chocolate wafer.

Etymology: Maxi: Norwegian chain of stores + Edvard Munch: some Norwegian artist

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Created by: LenhardtLac

Pronunciation: ejt-a-hs-terja

Sentence: Look at that fat fudge-packer, he's eating like crazy, he sure does have an eatahisteria!


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Created by: Stump


Sentence: Frank always kept his cell phone out and 911 on speed dial in the candy aisle - just in case his caramuttony kicked in.

Etymology: From Caramel & Gluttony

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