Verboticism: Intimacop

'Why were you looking at that girl?'

DEFINITION: n. A person who wants to monopolize all of someone's love and tries to prevent them from sharing it with others.v. To monopolize someone's love.

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Erotocentric

Created by: suzanne

Pronunciation: eer -ott- oh -sent-rick

Sentence: she dropped her coffee on him in an eroticocentric attempt to get him to forget Angelina was in the room.

Etymology: Eros- god of love and lust centric - centred on focused on.

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Dearanny

Created by: lauramy

Pronunciation: deer-uh-nee

Sentence: When she hired a spy to watch my every move, I knew her love had become an unbearable dearanny.

Etymology: dear + tyranny

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Eronopaliser

Created by: Bandgor

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Loveshackler

Created by: rikboyee

Pronunciation: luv-shak-lah

Sentence: She realised too late that she had just moved in with a loveshackler....and whats more the tiiiiiiiiiiiin roof was rusted

Etymology: shackles, love shack...baby love shack.

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COMMENTS:

Clever and funny! - wordmeister, 2007-04-17: 05:02:00

Very good! - purpleartichokes, 2007-04-17: 05:18:00

The B52's would applaud. Good one - toadstool57, 2007-04-17: 07:55:00

Like the connotation of irritation conveyed by the cheese (music, not lunch) reference. - Bulletchewer, 2007-04-17: 13:20:00

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Sin-wat

Created by: vonnegut

Pronunciation: sin-wat

Sentence: "As your husband, I'll want all your love for myself." She stared at me with widening eyes. "A sin-wat!"... "I will not marry a sin-wat." She stood. "Goodbye." "Good-bye?" I was crushed.

Etymology: Created by Kurt Vonnegut Jr., for Cat's Cradle, published in 1963.

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Monophiliac

Created by: SmoothP

Pronunciation: mah-no filly-ack

Sentence: I thought she might enjoy a threesome, but she was a real monophiliac.

Etymology: mono "one", philia "love"

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Restraintionship

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Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: re-strain-tion-ship

Sentence: At first he thought Jill was perfect but Jack soon realized that he was in a restraintionsip and it was going to be hard to break free of her control. Seeing her in her black leather boots, though, he had to admit that there was something about the shock collar that excited him.

Etymology: restrain: to hold back or keep in control + restraint: the condition of being restrained + relationship

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Wildoatstamer

petaj

Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: wild-oats-tamer

Sentence: Rufus was a renowned oats cultivator, but after meeting Dora, an honest to goodness wildoatstamer, he confined his sowing to his own farm.

Etymology: wild oats (sharing ones love around) + tamer (as in lion tamer, someone who deals with wild things)

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Unclehoneybags

playdohheart

Created by: playdohheart

Pronunciation: unk-el-hun-e-bag-s

Sentence: Monica knew Zoltan was a total unclehoneybags when he asked her to stay at his place and have a "snugglefest" instead of attending her mother's 84th birthday party.

Etymology: "Uncle Moneybags" - the little guy in the top hat from Monopoly, and "Honey" - an affectionate nickname for a significant other

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Insecuramorata

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Created by: hooterbug

Pronunciation: /in/seh/kyoor/a/mah/rah/ta

Sentence: Gina smiled as she passed by the couple walking towards her which earned the poor guy that grinned back at her a thump on the forehead by his insecuramorata.

Etymology: in·se·cure = subject to fears, doubts, etc.; not self-confident or assured: an insecure person+ Inamorata comes from Italian innamorata, feminine of innamorato, from the past participle of innamorare, "to inspire with love," from in- (from Latin) + amore, "love" (from Latin amor, from amare, "to love"). A man with whom one is in love is an inamorato.

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COMMENTS:

interesting - Jabberwocky, 2008-06-24: 16:11:00

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