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Depestic

Created by: deaninc

Pronunciation: d-pest-ic

Sentence: being depestic is physically draining

Etymology: the combincation of depression and pessimism

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Dexotophopy

Created by: gwshark

Pronunciation:

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Etymology:

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Gripefitter

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: grype fit ter

Sentence: Charlie had gone to trade school to get his ticket, so that he would always be able to find work. After a few years of being a pipefitter, he got bored and became a gripefitter. He complained about everything to everybody, but did not want to give up his status and benefits, plus the money was great. Apparently complaining about his job ran in his family as one of his brothers was a whine merchant, another a beef industry executive and the third a journeymoan electrician.

Etymology: Gripe (to complain) & Pipefitter (A pipefitter (also called steamfitter), not to be mistaken for a plumber, is a tradesman who lays out, assembles, fabricates, maintains and repairs mechanical piping systems)

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Moandrone

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: mone drone

Sentence: Sherry was a moandrone. She endlessly complained about everything at work. Her peers called her Moana Lot behind her back and many had told her she should quit if she hated it so much. But truth is, despite it all, she had found the perfect job at the distillery. She was now officially called a whine taster...

Etymology: Moan (complain,indicate displeasure/discomfort) & Drone (an unchanging intonation;someone who takes more time than necessary, lags behind)

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Whinetofiver

Created by: verbony

Pronunciation: wine-too-five-er

Sentence: Would you just listen to that whinetofiver

Etymology: whinny+nine-to-fiver

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Fretoric

Created by: ErWenn

Pronunciation: /ˈfɹɛdəˌɹɪk/

Sentence: Fredrick complained all the time, but it was just fretoric.

Etymology: from fret + rhetoric

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Grumployee

Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: grum-ploy-ee

Sentence: If he was rated on how well and long he bitched about work, Bob would be CEO of the company by now.

Etymology: grump, employee

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COMMENTS:

It would be a bit long but your word would be good mixed with Riki's grumployeeofthemoanth - Jabberwocky, 2007-10-18: 13:29:00

Met heaps of them! Great word. - OZZIEBOB, 2007-10-18: 18:26:00

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Assiwhine

Created by: hiladizzle

Pronunciation: ass-i-whine

Sentence: I wish Fred would quit. He's such an assiwhine.

Etymology: n., derived from assignment (something assigned, as a particular task or duty; job) and whine (to snivel or complain in a peevish, self-pitying way)

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Colleave

Created by: lumina

Pronunciation: kol/leev

Sentence: It was bad enough that my desk was moved away from window with the gorgeous city view. I now had to endure working side by side with Ken, the company's colleave. Everyday it was the same. Ranting, whining, threatening and the packing and unpacking of his personal belongings, only to then have to "smile and wave" at the end of the day as he said "Another day another dollar. See you tomorrow."

Etymology: colleague + leave

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Moanerlisa

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: mone-er-LEE-sah

Sentence: Lisa's workmates had dubbed her with the nickname 'moanerlisa' not only for her penchant for whining thru the day about her job but also for the wry smile she constantly wore while griping.

Etymology: Blend of words 'moaner' (one who complains or expresses pain) and Lisa, a woman's name. Play on the name of the painting, Mona Lisa

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