Verboticism: Icophony

'Hey Grandma! YOUR MUSIC IS WAY TOO LOUD!'

DEFINITION: n., Second-hand sound which has escaped from a headset. v., To play music on personal listening device so loudly that it leaks out of the earphones.

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Soundspill

Created by: Daneslarue

Pronunciation: Sownd- Spill

Sentence: The soundspill from her earbuds was obnoxious; I could hear her bad 80's pop music from 3 yards away.

Etymology: Sound - Music coming from MP3 Spill- Overflowing

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Grandaudio

Created by: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: grand-ah-dee-oh

Sentence: Here she goes again...getting grandaudio with her iPod! "Hey, Grandma you're walking into the path of a bus!"

Etymology: Grand- Taken in part from 'Grand'mother and also as in impressive in size, appearance, or general effect. Such as a grand/big sound. Audio- Of, pertaining to, or employed in the transmission, reception, or reproduction of sound.

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Incoustinence

DaddyNewt

Created by: DaddyNewt

Pronunciation: in-coos-tin-ents

Sentence: The incoustinence of some people is appalling.

Etymology: incontinence+acoustic

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Chantrusia

Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: shohn-TROO-shee-uh

Sentence: Compared to the chantrusia coming from her gran's ipod, the gratingly strepitious upstairs party was music to Roxie's ears.

Etymology: Blend of CHAN of chanson (song); CHANT; & TRUSI of intrusion and IA: state or condition.

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COMMENTS:

metrohumanx Nice word. Regal overtones... - metrohumanx, 2008-09-04: 09:26:00

very melodic - Jabberwocky, 2008-09-04: 12:34:00

Probably a bit to nice to fit the definition; GRUNTRUSIA may have been more apt. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-09-05: 01:34:00

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Sonicooze

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: son-ik-ooz

Sentence: His grandma subjected him to deeply annoying sonicooze of Englebert Humperdinck while he crammed for his math exam.

Etymology: sonic + ooze

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Audiobnoxious

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: Audie-ob-nox-yus

Sentence: Mildred was careless about annoying her neighbors to the point of being totally audiobnoxious.

Etymology: Audio + obnoxious

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Cacophone

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: kəˈkäfōn

Sentence: Harry is very happy with his newest cacophone. This is not the case for anybody else on the on the subway. Since he bought a new cellie that can store and play music, everyone around him has had no choice but to suffer his obsession with the music of ABBA.

Etymology: cacophony (a harsh, discordant mixture of sounds) + phone (a system that converts acoustic vibrations to electrical signals in order to transmit sound, typically voices, over a distance using wire or radio)

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Abusical

Created by: kearstin

Pronunciation: ah-byoo-zi-kuhl

Sentence: Sharon was hard of hearing which made her abusical compositions (particularly those featuring Liberace) a little too much for a Monday morning. Kinder folks were worried it might cause an earruption. But frankly I didn't care.

Etymology: abuse+musical

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Hisshop

Created by: wordslikevenom

Pronunciation: Hiss-hop

Sentence: In an attempt to signal her disquiet, Sally peered over the top of her book and stared directly over to the nodding girl on the opposite side of the carriage. The hisshop emanating from there was causing Sally to imagine herself breaking off the arm of her seat and bludgeoning the bitch to a pulp, all to the rapturous sound of applause from the rest of the passengers.

Etymology: Hiss - a sound like the letter 's'; a noisy leak. Hop - to jump from place to place

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Shrillover

Created by: Discoveria

Pronunciation: SHRILL-oh-vurr

Sentence: The shrillover from Susan's iPod playing Rick Astley's 'Never Gonna Give You Up' was so loud that Anna gave up and left the room in a huff.

Etymology: shrill (high-pitched, piercing) + spillover (excess amount)

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