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Created by: Nosila
Pronunciation: dis kom for ter
Sentence: Each morning since she turned 40, Mary had woken up with a discomforter, not a comforter, with her in bed. The pain was caused by the wrinkle tracts left on her face from her bedding. It took her face an hour to pop out these furrows and Mary was very worried that one day soon, they would stay permanently.
Etymology: Discomfort (an uncomfortable feeling in some part of the body) & Comforter (bedding made of two layers of cloth filled with stuffing and stitched together;quilt;duvet)
Created by: thegoatisbad
Sentence: Ever since daylight savings time had destroyed her life, Kimberly napped during her lunch break. She was not a peaceful sleeper. Often, Kimberly woke up with a start and once woke up to realize that the weekly office meeting was starting; she rushed to the conference room unaware of the drool on her blouse and the paperclip embedded in her face. She burst in asking "what'd I miss?!" frantic and breathing heavily. Zinnia calmly leaned toward Jared and whispered "I think she missed her linedament."
Etymology: lined (marked or covered with lines) + lineament (features and contours of a face)
good one - Nosila, 2010-03-20: 00:06:00
Created by: artr
Pronunciation: kree-sip-i-tey-shuh n
Sentence: Tonight's forecast; dark with an 80% chance of creasipitation. That's right, those wrinkles are just gonna rain down on your face.
Etymology: crease (a wrinkle, especially one on the face) + precipitation ( rain, snow, sleet, dew, etc, formed by condensation of water vapour in the atmosphere)
Created by: TJayzz
Sentence: When Lucy awoke from her slumber she as horrified to discover that she was suffering the kipanwrinkle syndrome. Everything was clear when she looked at her sheets and saw how crumpled they were.
Etymology: Kip(to sleep) + wrinkle(a line or fold in the skin of the face) = Kipanwrinkle. See also Rip Van Winkle(a short story of a villager of Dutch descent, who slept or twenty years
Created by: mrskellyscl
Sentence: Naplication is a perfect excuse for my wrinkles. At this age, it's hard to tell if the wrinkles are from the pillow or if I really look like that.
Etymology: nap: + plication: the act or process of folding
Created by: remistram
Sentence: The sheethickeys on her face and the hickeys on her neck left from her boyfriend were reminders of a great time but prevented her from facing her co-workers the next day.
Etymology: sheet + hickey (red mark left on the skin)
Created by: rikboyee
Sentence: after a heavy night of celebrating it was no surprise when i woke up sheetfaced
Etymology: sheet, face, shitfaced
HA! Love it! - purpleartichokes, 2007-11-26: 04:43:00
But of course!! Good word. - Mustang, 2007-11-26: 06:34:00
excellent word - Jabberwocky, 2007-11-26: 13:19:00
Bring to mind an old expression - to go to bed, " To go down sheet alley into Bedfordshire." Fine word! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-11-26: 20:47:00
Created by: LotusB
Sentence: When he awakened, Carl noticed his face and neck were hurting. Thinking he had been bitten by a bug, he ran to the bathroom mirror only to find he wasn't attacked by bed bugs, but rather visaginen! His sheets attacked him in the night!
Etymology: Visage (Face) + Linen (Sheets, Linens, etc) = Visaginen