Verboticism: Sportuage

'We played our A-Game today! Luckily there were a lot of "a" words. '

DEFINITION: v., To speak in an inspirational but perhaps incomprehensible manner by stringing together a series of grunts and clichés. n., An inarticulate TV or radio, post-game interview, typically given by a panting, toothless, sweating, verbally-challenged, and hugely overpaid, athletic superstar.

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Adrenablabber

picabomama

Created by: picabomama

Pronunciation: a-dren-a-blaa-ber

Sentence: The game winning goal was procured by Stone Galumphus, who spoke in rapid adrenablabber to reporters shortly after the conclusion of today's contest.

Etymology: adrenalin + blabber

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COMMENTS:

Good word! Got a sentence for it? - ErWenn, 2008-02-04: 09:58:00

Great Combo! - sean30, 2008-02-04: 15:58:00

Like your word! It's easy to say and to pick the meaning. Just saying it sounds like some adrenablabber being spouted! - bananabender, 2008-02-05: 00:02:00

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Inchamprehensible

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: in-champ-pri-hen-suh-buhl

Sentence: All too often at televised sporting events the winner is interviewed the moment the victory is won. The resulting blather is usually inchamprehensible.

Etymology: champ (a person who has defeated all opponents in a competition or series of competitions) + incomprehensible (impossible to understand or comprehend)

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Dufferedview

Created by: raindrops

Pronunciation:

Sentence: As media rushed towards him and poured questions,Jon Bedraw dufferedview some big words he had recently heard on the tv.

Etymology: A viewpoint of a duffer

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Jocktalk

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: jok tok

Sentence: Sammy Strap the local sports reporter was used to understanding jocktalk when teams were being interviewed after a game. He could understand hocktalk;golftalk;hooptalk;punttalk any other kind of stopclocktalk. But when he had to interview the Spelling Bee champs, he found they spoke annoyingly with vowel trouble, a term he later coined as irritable vowel syndrome.

Etymology: Jock (athlete) & Talk (verbal expression;conversation)

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Showmethemumble

Created by: rikboyee

Pronunciation: show-me-thuh-mum-bul

Sentence: he was an outstanding athlete, but it was well known that in every interview he would showmethemumble

Etymology: show me the money, mumble

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COMMENTS:

nice - bookowl, 2008-02-04: 16:02:00

My favorite! Cuts right to the heart of it all ... the money! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-05: 07:40:00

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Sportscat

Created by: rombus

Pronunciation: sports - skat

Sentence: Bob led his team to a brilliantly executed final touchdown so, now for the sportscat.... "So, Bob, tell me how you executed that brilliant play leading up to your team's final touchdown." "Well, Bart, I sckibby deed da down on my right foot and started to do the scatty walk and bada run and getting ready to dibble de throw da ball. It was dooble da received and scatty touch da down."

Etymology: Sports (Physical activity that is governed by a set of rules or customs and often engaged in competitively) + Scat (Jazz singing in which improvised, meaningless syllables are sung to a melody,vocal improvisation with random vocables and syllables or without words at all.)

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terrific word - Jabberwocky, 2008-11-27: 13:19:00

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Jackaglory

Created by: HerOralHighness

Pronunciation: Jack - a - glory

Sentence: sometimes the team spokesman begins to believe his own bull-shite. When this happens, we can forget a brief post match 'gloatament' (gloat & statement) as is normal, and find ourselves listening to a Jackaglory of epic proportions.

Etymology: a mix of glory & jackanory (kids programme where celebs read a story in a way that could hold the attention of even the most restless of kids). You can sometimes stop a fabulist in their tracks by butting in with the phrase 'tell us a story, Jackanory'

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Jockscrap

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: jok sskrapp

Sentence: his jockscrap stunk even more than his joclstrap used to.

Etymology: jock strap, jock crap

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Roared with laughter! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-06: 09:07:00

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Verbarrhoea

Created by: Dougalistic

Pronunciation: Verb-A-ree-aar

Sentence: I was watching that boxer on TV the other day, Chris Eubank, and he was talking such verbarrhoea! He was all over the place. They get paid millions to dance around like a ponse and speak utter balls. Pah!

Etymology: Verbal - Involving skills with words in a spoken manner. Diarrhoea - frequent, nasty and excessive bowel movement.

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He is one of many "sports stars" that speak Verbarrhoea!! - sean30, 2008-02-04: 16:03:00

Excellent description of 'jockese' mumbo jumbo which is generally nothing more than a cliche' festival. - Mustang, 2008-02-04: 18:52:00

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Sportuage

Created by: purpleman

Pronunciation: sport/age

Sentence: when it was the last football game of the year i was so rervese all of the anouncers and people watching me....we won the game and the anouncers guy came over and started talking in sportuge

Etymology: spot+languge

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