Verboticism: Emailancholy

'Aaaaah!!! My finger slipped.'

DEFINITION: n., A feeling of regret and helplessness, which occurs once you realize that you have just sent out an erroneous email (i.e. one full of stupid mistakes). v., To send out an email and wish you hadn't.

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Created by: Nosila


Sentence: After realizing that the racy e-mail meant for his pal Fred just went out to the entire office, including his boss, Marco was overwhelmed by a feeling of remorsecode.


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Created by: MichaelCampbellUK

Pronunciation: mo-ruh-n-com

Sentence: "I'm such an ediot" he bemoaned having once again committed moroncom!

Etymology: Moron + com(munication)

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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: e + mors + mail

Sentence: Instantly regretting having clicked on the send button Marshal was overcome with emorsemail.

Etymology: Remorse + email

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Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: oh-note

Sentence: After Mike sent the eekmail to his boss, he was overcome with ohnote when he realized he had spelled Mr. Whittier's name with an "S" instead of a "W".

Etymology: oh no! note


funny - Jabberwocky, 2007-12-05: 16:52:00


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Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: mis-ee-meyl

Sentence: She missemailed so many times that her co-workers started calling her "missy-missy-missemail."

Etymology: miss (as in regret) + email

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Created by: AetherSeed

Pronunciation: Ee-mahl-if-eyed

Sentence: When John accidentally sent pictures of the broken drain pipes in his house to his boss rather than his plumber via email, he was utterly emalified.

Etymology: A mix of 'email' and 'mal' (from 'malus', bad in Latin).

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Created by: jack189

Pronunciation: Depress-send

Sentence: As John sat typing bad things about people to vent his feelings his dog bit his leg causing his hand to press hard on the keyboard hitting "send to all" he was immediatley hit with a feeling of depresssend, for sending out such mean things

Etymology: Depress(sad)+ send(to disperse out, such as an email)

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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: acks-uh-DENT-ee-mayl

Sentence: Maynard was dismayed when he realized he'd sent yet another accidentemail filled with typos, false information and way too much personal information about himself and his desires.

Etymology: Blend of accident and email. A play on the word 'accidental'.


Good one! - TJayzz, 2008-10-29: 04:56:00


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Created by: xirtam

Pronunciation: mi-spach

Sentence: Once again Ray sent out a mispatch to everyone in the company, complete with spelling and grammer errors.

Etymology: mistake: an error in action, calculation, opinion, or judgment caused by poor reasoning, carelessness. + dispatch: a written message sent with speed.

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Created by: bzav1

Pronunciation: kal am it ee mail

Sentence: My calamiteemail inadvertantly shared intimate details of my love life and all that entails with Gramma, my boss, Gladys from my bowling team, and Jim down in the warehouse.

Etymology: calamity + email


brilliant! you have captured the essence of the definition - biffbig1, 2007-12-05: 00:33:00

Very clever! - Mustang, 2007-12-05: 07:50:00

Luv the sentence; good word too! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-12-05: 16:03:00


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