Verboticism: Dreadbotic

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Infurpretate

Created by: danboaz

Pronunciation: in-fir-pre-tate

Sentence: When interviewing folks for new postitions the recruiter typically delved kno further than his infurpretation

Etymology: Fur + interpretation

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Doodiligents

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: doo dili gents

Sentence: When Tress was having a bad hair day, everyone knew it. The men in her life learned to stay clear if her ends were split or if her mane problem was her coiffure. They were examples of doodiligents and they knew Tress would cut, tease and brush them off if they cropped her style. They knew the fall out would be permanent and the best treatment was to streak out of her way and not frost her off worse. By extension, the mane reason they liked her was that her locks were to dye for, shorn nuff. Just don't get her dander up...

Etymology: Due Diligence (Investigation and analysis a prudent entrepreneur, owner, executive, or lender does in making business decisions.) & Doo (hair-do)

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Dreadbotic

Created by: Madamemojo

Pronunciation:

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Etymology: dread+robot+ic

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Tresstify

Created by: wysware

Pronunciation: tress-ti-fy

Sentence: By the look of her hair, I'd tresstify that she's insane

Etymology: tress (braid of hair) testify (witness)

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Foliclues

Created by: cannibalgymnastics

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Folifrazycology

Created by: Hjason

Pronunciation: folly-fraz-e-cology

Sentence: Using folifrazycolgy, we were able to determine that Ken was a lazy individual.

Etymology: folicle-frazzle-psycology

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Tresstology

Created by: quippingqueen

Pronunciation: tress/tol/ogy

Sentence: Having completed his course in tresstology, Bertie Ditherinton knew a bad hair day when he saw one!

Etymology: tress: a lock of hair + ology: the study of

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Hairnalysis

Created by: johnnyrockett

Pronunciation: Hair-nal-i-sys

Sentence: I recognized her depression immediatly through hairnalysis.

Etymology: Hair + analysis

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Harisist

Created by: dragonprincess

Pronunciation: hair-i-sist

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Tressomancy

Created by: lauramy

Pronunciation: tre-suh-man-see

Sentence: I tried to look aloof but she was using the dark powers of tressomancy to divine my true feelings.

Etymology: From MANCY which means "divination by means of" and TRESS which means "hair".

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