Verboticism: Compulsumption

'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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Overindolcevita

Created by: Fleury

Pronunciation: oh-ver-in-dull-chay-VEE-tah

Sentence: Standing before the heavenly assortment of glazes, powders, and chocolate sprinkles, I succumbed to overindolcevita, diving into the sugar-rainbow mouth first.

Etymology: "over indulge" + "La Dolce Vita" (the sweet life)

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Eatahisteria

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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Compulsumption

Created by: Auxilizz

Pronunciation:

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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Carbohydratious

Created by: kingofthespill

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Sucrobsessed

Created by: aleclair

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Sentence: The sucrobsessed man decided it was his prime duty that weekend not to repair the car, but to acquire a pound of Hersheys' Kisses.

Etymology: Sucrobsessed is an adjective. The verb form is sucrobsess, and the noun form is sucrobsession. The word is derived from sucrose, the scientific name for sugar - and obsess.

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Sucroload

Created by: crazycarl

Pronunciation: Should probably be hyphenated, but that's not allowed.

Sentence: I didn't go to lunch today; I've just been sucroloading on this bag of oreos.

Etymology: Derived from carbo-load?

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Sacromania

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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Oversugarize

Created by: starlei

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Sacchrophilia

Created by: mousefeathers

Pronunciation: sack-row-FILL-ee-uh

Sentence: Because of the long-term effects of untreated sacchrophilia, he tried to hang himself, but the rope broke before his neck did.

Etymology: Sacchro--sweet, sugar Philia--love of, often obsessive

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Overcrose

DaddyNewt

Created by: DaddyNewt

Pronunciation: oh-ver-krohs

Sentence: By the third crispy cream Sylvia was overcrosing.

Etymology: overdose+sucrose

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