Verboticism: Stuplicate

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Browncozer

Created by: lumina

Pronunciation: brown/co/zer

Sentence: Because John refused to suck up to the boss, he was once again passed up for a promotion only HE was qualified for. Yes, it went to yet another browncozer with season tickets to the boss's fave team events.

Etymology: brownnoser: (Must I really go there?) :) Cozy:1. Snug, comfortable, and warm. 2. Marked by friendly intimacy.

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COMMENTS:

metrohumanx Hahahaha. (LOL) good one! - metrohumanx, 2008-08-08: 07:19:00

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Stuplicate

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: stu-pli-ket

Sentence: By emulating his not-too-bright boss, the best he could hope for was to be a stuplicate.

Etymology: Stupid + Duplicate

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Mymickery

Created by: scrabbelicious

Pronunciation: Mime-mic-er-ie or mim-ic-ory. (col. var.)

Sentence: "They say imitation is the best form of flattery to deceivery but the amount of acting out and out mymickery that went on today was beyond the beyond, Mr. Bond", said Pauline.

Etymology: An overlapping mix of 0. Mimic, can be verb or noun, one who imitates or sends up another, to engage in such behaviour. 1. My, (possessive pronoun), which doubles as an expression of exasperation (my oh my!) 2. Mime, an art-form-of-expression which impersonates a frenchman locked in an imaginary glass box who eventually finds his way out by tugging on a rope. 3. Mick, meaning Irishman as Paddy "taking the mick" by impersonating ones character by winding up or taking the piss, taking the Michael. The -ery suffix just rounds off the whole ensemble, kit and kaboodle. Alright Jack?

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COMMENTS:

Kiss me Kojac! - scrabbelicious, 2008-08-07: 05:02:00

I hate Mimes but I love your word, scrabby! - Nosila, 2008-08-07: 23:24:00

metrohumanx mmmmmmmmm- good one. - metrohumanx, 2008-08-08: 07:10:00

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Panderox

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: pan/der/ox

Sentence: With a vice-president position available, individuals being considered for the position panderox the boss at every possible opportunity. The secretaries have a chart keeping track of who is the biggest panderoxing fool.

Etymology: PANDEROX - PANDER + XEROX - verb - from PANDER (To cater to the tastes and desires of others) + XEROX (to copy, reproduce, or duplicate)

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COMMENTS:

indupitably, what a pandora's box we weave. good word. - scrabbelicious, 2008-08-07: 09:52:00

original and clever - OZZIEBOB, 2008-08-08: 01:08:00

metrohumanx I once saw a panderox in an asian zoo. - metrohumanx, 2008-08-08: 07:09:00

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Echohead

sanssouci

Created by: sanssouci

Pronunciation: ek o hed

Sentence: "Sara thought that Sally, her new manager was stylish, clever and beautiful. In a vain attempt to get Sally to notice her,Sara set about becoming an echohead. Maybe that would make Sally realise how similar the both were?"

Etymology: Echo - a sound heard again near its source after being reflected. 2. A Person who reflects or imitates another. mid-14c.,personified as a mountain nymph, from ekhe "sound." The verb is from 1550s. Head - a person at the top, to whom others are subordinate, as the director of an institution or the manager of a department, the boss

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Imiflater

Created by: ErWenn

Pronunciation: /ˈɪməˌfleɪtɚ/

Sentence: Those engaged in imiflatery should be careful not to mimic their targets too well, as even the most narcissistic person would probably hate themselves if they were able to see them from the outside.

Etymology: From imitate + flatter (as in "imitation is the sincerest form of flattery")

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Brownposer

Created by: toadstool57

Pronunciation: brown/poh-zur

Sentence: Jill was such a brownposer; she even bought the same hideous neon green purse that her supervisor had.

Etymology: brown-noser/pose

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Panderox

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: pan/der/ox

Sentence: With a vice-president position available, individuals being considered for the position panderox the boss at every possible opportunity. The secretaries have a chart keeping track of who is the biggest panderoxing fool.

Etymology: pander (to cater to the lower tastes and desires of others, or exploit their weaknesses) + xerox (copy)

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Edmundorosape

Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: ed-MUN-do-ROS-ape

Sentence: Roxie wanted to edmundorosape Mr Sanchez so perfectly, even to his love of Latin-American dancing, that she began to learn to cha-cha.

Etymology: EDMUNDO ROS: the leader, the most important person, (rythming slang, Edmundo Ros = boss, from Edmundo Ros(b 1910), a popular Latin American band leader) & APE: A dupe. to mimic, as an ape imitates human actions; to imitate or follow servilely or irrationally; a dupe.

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Repliboss

Created by: Jeaneai

Pronunciation: Like replicating. And then boss.

Sentence: My god, look at Tony. Wearing his fancy high heels and mini skirt. He's totally replibossing.

Etymology: Replicating and...boss

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