Verboticism: Philigogue

'Wow you're vegan? Me too!'

DEFINITION: v., To pretend that you like something that you don't, in hopes that someone else will like your pretensions. n., A person who doesn't like what they actually like, and pretends to like what other people like.

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Fakeatron

Created by: Midedra

Pronunciation: Fake - a - tron

Sentence: God, he's such a fakeatron!

Etymology:

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Fauxvor

MrDave2176

Created by: MrDave2176

Pronunciation: foh-vor

Sentence: Marge alway fauxvored the cinnamon raisin bagels at work since they were always the last to go, not knowing that Mark only bought them because he thought she liked them.

Etymology: Faux (fake) + (Fa)vor (prefer)

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Canuluvmeleon

Mrgoodtimes

Created by: Mrgoodtimes

Pronunciation: Can you love me leon

Sentence: Tim couldn't understand why none of the girls at the gym would date him, he did all the exercises they loved to do.. yoga, bust strengthening, petite self defense... he was the saddest of all the canuluvmeleons.

Etymology: Can you love me? - Chameleon

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Meemick

Created by: QuantumMechanic

Pronunciation: mee' mik

Sentence: He was a such a meemick, he ate one of my cucumber muffin sushi rice balls covered in honey.

Etymology: mee (

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Roleduplay

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: Role-Doo-Play

Sentence: I easily fit into any group that I travel in because I practice roleduplay. I duplicate other's opinions and preferences. This is all a sham. I am a master at role-playing. I am definitely a roleduplayer with a great deal of experience in roleduplay!!

Etymology: This word uses role-play and inserts the first part of the word "duplicate" in the middle.

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Gourmenteur

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: goor mon terr

Sentence: Jacques was a notorious gourmenteur,whose professed aesthetic and culinary preferences changed with the regularity of the weather in Ireland or Posh Spice's attire. It was apparent, however, to those who knew him, that his preferences bagan and ended with the taste of his superior's ass

Etymology: gourmet, menteur (liar)

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COMMENTS:

I know a few gourmenteurs - Jabberwocky, 2007-11-28: 15:51:00

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Sycophantarian

Created by: bzav1

Pronunciation: seek 0 fan tare ee an

Sentence: The sycophantarian closed his eyes, held his nose, forced a swallow, and congratulated the chef on a job well done

Etymology: Sychophant + vegetarian

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Philafeigning

Created by: thebaron

Pronunciation: phil-a-feign-ing

Sentence: Jeff was just philafeigning when he asked for the beef stew recipe.

Etymology: phil (like) & feign (fake)

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Reflectsham

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: re/fleck/sham

Sentence: To ensure successful networking in the office, John became a reflectsham of those whom he needed to impress the most in order to get ahead.

Etymology: reflection + sham

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COMMENTS:

Nice word! Congrats on 'dealusional' - OZZIEBOB, 2007-11-28: 17:50:00

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Preguise

Created by: sipsoccer

Pronunciation: (Pre-guys)

Sentence: His preguise was not noticeable when he ate the soy burger.

Etymology: pre- 'pre'tend guise-dis'guise'

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