Verboticism: Humperglumble

'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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Candymania

Created by: david1695

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Sugiction

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Fruttle

Created by: Robke22

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Glutorial

Created by: Lyokia

Pronunciation: Glue-tory-il

Sentence: My husband's glutorial actions at dinner with the neighbors made me want to never leave the house again.

Etymology: from the words glutton and arousal

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Orgasmeat

Created by: zagovorich

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Sugarholism

Created by: stargate525

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Sweetitillate

Created by: llimllib

Pronunciation: Swee-`tit-ill-late

Sentence: The new "candy bar" at the movie theater was designed to massively sweetitillate its customers.

Etymology: From the greek "tit", literally "a nodule of flesh capped with an especially sweet raisin".

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Overcandisic

Created by: ipswich78

Pronunciation: over - candy - sick

Sentence: She was extremely overcandisic in her love of bon-bons

Etymology: sick from over eating of candy!

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Doughnutty

Created by: Marthat

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Sentence: Oh, don't leave those on the table, you know Jeff is so doughnutty he'll eat them all.

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Prolardinate

Created by: Pipeski

Pronunciation: Pro-lard-in-ate

Sentence: The prolardinator's motto: leave nothing for tomorrow which can be eaten today.

Etymology: procrastinate + lard

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