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Grillreader

Created by: Koekbroer

Pronunciation: gril-reed-er

Sentence:

Etymology:

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Eyeballistic

Created by: lumina

Pronunciation: i/bol/is/tic

Sentence: There was no hiding anything from Kreskin. No matter how skilled one was at hiding emotions from most, if Kreskin was in the room, the person knew the jig would soon be up. Yup. He was a natual born eyeballistic, who some times infuriated those trying to "smile and wave."

Etymology: Eyeball. Ballistic-To become very angry or irrational.

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COMMENTS:

Eye get it...good word! The eyes have it. - Nosila, 2008-10-16: 23:57:00

metrohumanx Remember Uri Geller? - metrohumanx, 2008-10-23: 17:24:00

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Mugnous

Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: Muhg-nouse

Sentence: It seems that even without someone speaking, but just thinking about speaking, Roxie was able to interpret their faciaguile and see through their emociopacity with ease. Call it prosoperspicacity or - in layman's language - mugnous, she could read others like an open book.

Etymology: Mug: n. face of a person:; vb: to mug - to make exaggerated facial expressions. 2. Prosoperspicacious: blend of prosopo (face)& perspicacious (penetrating mental vision or discernment)

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Demeanoreader

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: de-MEEN-ehr-reed-ehr

Sentence: Donny was a gifted demeanoreader, able to tell at a glance from their body language and facial expressions just what others were thinking and feeling.

Etymology: Blend of 'demeanor' (outward manner) and 'reader' (one who reads or is reading)

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Mugnacious

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: məgnāshəs

Sentence: The more Jason sat in the traffic jam the more mugnacious he became. Nobody had any trouble telling how he felt.

Etymology: mug (face) + pugnacious (having the appearance of a willing fighter)

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Intuitinateur

Korinne

Created by: Korinne

Pronunciation: In-too-it-tin-na-tor

Sentence: Suzy knew that Pete was a bonified intuitinateur, so she turned her face away from him. If he saw the her face, he'd know she lied about her whereabouts that evening.

Etymology: Intuitive + Connaisseur

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Guesspression

Created by: frostycharlie69

Pronunciation: Ges-spre-shun (With a hard G as in "Guess" or "Got"

Sentence: I am a master of guesspression, I can guesspress you easily, with your eyes facing that way.

Etymology: Guess and Expression.

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Headthought

Created by: jkernen1

Pronunciation:

Sentence: I had to take a quick headthought before I knew what her eyes were telling me.

Etymology: headshot + thought

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Ekman

Created by: CDH167

Pronunciation: eck man

Sentence: I thought I could lie with a straight face, but when I got home, my wife totally ekmanned me.

Etymology: From Paul Ekman, the psychologist who discovered microexpressions.

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Clairavoidance

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: clair-a-voi-dance

Sentence: When Tom saw "that look" on Clair's face he used his powers of clairavoidance to disappear before she had a chance to make him do chores.

Etymology: clairvoyance: the power to perceive objects or events without use of the senses + avoidance: defense mechanism consisting of refusal to encounter unpleasant situations, objects or people

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