Verboticism: Borenarcle

'You can't fool me. You're fake yawning.'

DEFINITION: v., To yawn or sigh repeatedly in an effort to subtly communicate one's lack of interest in the current conversation. n., A series of long, exasperated, and often escalating sighs indicating extreme boredom.

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Bostezarignore

Created by: kaily73

Pronunciation: bost-tay-zar-ignor-ay

Sentence: Tom wanted to bostezarignore when his teacher was trying to converse with him

Etymology: spanish

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Tonsillectoyou

Created by: wordslikevenom

Pronunciation: Ton-select-to-you

Sentence: "So, right, ya know wot I mean right. That thing, right, yeah? Ya know ...". A'isha felt she could communicate her interest in the "conversation" much more succinctly through tonsillectoyou ... the vocal equivalent of the V-sign

Etymology: Tonsillectomy (Ton-sill-ec-to-me) - Surgical removal of tonsils or a tonsil. You - to the person addressed.

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Boresigh

Created by: parm289

Pronunciation: boar - sigh

Sentence:

Etymology: boredom + sigh

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Irksomegaping

Created by: 526630

Pronunciation: erk-some-gaping

Sentence: Alyssa irksomegaped during history class to show she wasnt interested in the subject.

Etymology: irksome-annoying;exasperating;tiresome -gaping-to stare with an open mouth;yawning

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Narcologue

Created by: Roosje

Pronunciation: nar - co - log

Sentence: While the paleontologist explained her fascination of dinosaur fecies, he tried to narcologue the conversation.

Etymology: Narco = narcotic, sleep inducing + Dialogue

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COMMENTS:

Good word. - ErWenn, 2007-10-15: 11:32:00

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Onandonandyawn

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: awn and awn and yawn

Sentence: As she went on and on and on he fealt an onandonandyawn coming on and on and on.

Etymology: on and on yawn

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Borishassity

Created by: wjames

Pronunciation: bor-ish-ass-ity

Sentence: George's maddening, overt, borishassity while his wife Jane tried to tell him about her day's work adventures, ended when Jane unexpectedly stuffed a sock in his mouth.

Etymology: borish= act of being a bore, ass= (need I say more)

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COMMENTS:

Strong and natural! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-10-15: 21:44:00

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Moanologue

karenanne

Created by: karenanne

Pronunciation: MAH nuh log

Sentence: As Gabby, Jade*s officemate, continued to monopolize the conversation with every picayune detail of her recent trip to Florida, Jade increased the frequency and volume of her yawning and kept up a not-so-subtle moanologue. After about fifteen minutes of this, Gabby asked, "Are you OK? Sounds as though you are feeling bored and tired lately. I tell you, a trip to Florida might be just the thing for you. Let me tell you some more of the very interesting things I saw and did there!"

Etymology: moan + monologue

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Tediashun

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: tee dee ay shun

Sentence: In absolute tediashun, Marco would yawn and sigh in a bored manner whenever Gwen went into one of her longwinded tirades about her job.

Etymology: Tedious (so lacking in interest as to cause mental weariness) & Shun (avoid and stay away from deliberately; stay clear of)

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Borescode

Created by: rikboyee

Pronunciation: bors-cohd

Sentence: he would use borescode to signal to his partner that he needed rescuing from a dull converstion...3 sighs, 3 yawns, 3 sighs and she knew she had to quickly SMS him, then when his phone beeped he would politely excuse himself and make his getaway.

Etymology: bores, morse code

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