Verboticism: Sucrophoric

'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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Homerdose

Created by: spacemonkeymafia

Pronunciation: ho mer dose

Sentence: I could easily homerdose on a case of girl scout cookies.

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Compulsumption

Created by: Auxilizz

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Sentence: They were obsereved in compulsuming whatever on the table that evening.

Etymology: = compulsive consumption; verb: to compulsume; noun: compulsumption.

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COMMENTS:

Don't you mean compulsuming? To compulsume would be the verb... no? - thedreness, 2006-12-15: 03:03:00

Thanks, you are right. Edited. - Auxilizz, 2006-12-15: 06:13:00

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Gleecose

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: glēkōs

Sentence: After a Krispy Kreme binge, John thought he might need to check his gleecose level. He was especially concerned when he nicked himself shaving and found that his blood was crystallizing. When he went out for his morning run, he was swarmed by bees but instead of being stung the bees seemed to be licking him.

Etymology: glee (great delight) + glucose (a simple sugar that is an important energy source in living organisms and is a component of many carbohydrates)

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great word!! - mweinmann, 2009-08-05: 07:58:00

Sweet word! Makes me giggle - jrogan, 2009-08-05: 12:29:00

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Sweetoholism

Created by: maker

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Gluceroticism

Tobester

Created by: Tobester

Pronunciation: glu-seroh-tisizm

Sentence: The empty box of chocolates and the smile on his face said it all; Forrest had given in to his gluceroticism.

Etymology: glucose/eroticism

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Shunkie

Created by: logan260

Pronunciation: shunk-ee

Sentence: Jim is such a shunkie.....he starts getting squirrelly about 10:00 am and climbs the walls till he gets a donut or candy bar. Then he eats 3 or 4 and starts crashing about 2:00. He's fortunate his metabolism is so high.

Etymology: junkie: technically slang for anyone who has an addiction to opiates usually but loosely applied to addiction to other substances as well. i.e. He's a sugar junkie. "Shunkie" is a fusion of those two words, "sugar" and "junkie"

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Fructosy

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: frook tow see

Sentence: George loved anything sweet, particularly sweet fruits, especially those in liquid form. He was mad about madeira, sanguine for sangria, a muscateer for muscatel and okay for tokay. Even the next days wrath of grapes was worth it for the sense of fructosy he could achieve.

Etymology: Fructose (a simple sugar found in honey and in many ripe fruits) & Ecstasy (a state of elated bliss)

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Sugarasm

Created by: camel

Pronunciation: Sugar-asm

Sentence: The mere thought of peanut-butter monopoly after a round of Crisco twister is enough to make me sugarasm forthwith.

Etymology: Sugar, orgasm

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Nonstopsweeteater

Created by: ucs777

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Confectionoration

Created by: Ochiee

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Etymology: confection + adoration

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