Verboticism: Yawbo

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Fascigh

Created by: MadTripper

Pronunciation: fuh-sahy

Sentence: Although the 4 girls appeared interested in the story about my spiritless dog, I could tell they were truly attempting to fascigh and were ready for me to end my ramblings.

Etymology: Facade Sigh

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COMMENTS:

You are our inspiration. YAWN. - fourgirls, 2007-10-15: 11:18:00

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Euborme

Created by: Lolagrrl

Pronunciation: yew-boar-mee

Sentence: Steve's eubormistic approach to his subordinates suggestions was legendary. The fact that these same suggestions resurfaced months later under Steve's heralding confirmed that he was simply an asshole.

Etymology: you+bore+me - yeah, it's pretty self explanatory but I like the adverb form "eubormistic"

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Yawndom

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: yawn-duhm

Sentence: Cecil's yawndom got the better of him and duct taped a pillow to his head in case he suddenly fell asleep.

Etymology: yawn + boredom

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Napathy

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: nap/a/thee

Sentence: Body stretches, yawning and running on the spot are sure signs of napathy.

Etymology: nap + apathy

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COMMENTS:

MrDave2176 I used this word in my sentence before i read you entered it here. Good word! - MrDave2176, 2007-10-15: 10:13:00

Good word! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-10-15: 21:40:00

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Yawbo

Created by: alyssatassi

Pronunciation:

Sentence:

Etymology:

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Tedihum

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: tee dee hum

Sentence: It took all of Manny's concentration to focus of Felicia's recap of her boring day at work. He expressed his tedihum through so many fake yawns that he actually did fall asleep standing up. That Felicia was a full-bore bore.

Etymology: Tedium (dullness owing to length or slowness;the feeling of being bored by something tedious) & Ho-Hum (interjection used to express boredom, weariness, or contempt) &

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Igyawn

Created by: dessessopsid

Pronunciation:

Sentence: Daryl got out of the conversation with a series of well placed igyawns, leaving him to get on with watching paint dry.

Etymology: Blend of IGNORE: To refuse to pay attention to; disregard. with YAWN: to open the mouth somewhat involuntarily with a prolonged, deep inhalation and sighing or heavy exhalation, as from drowsiness or boredom.

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Moanologue

karenanne

Created by: karenanne

Pronunciation: MAH nuh log

Sentence: As Gabby, Jade*s officemate, continued to monopolize the conversation with every picayune detail of her recent trip to Florida, Jade increased the frequency and volume of her yawning and kept up a not-so-subtle moanologue. After about fifteen minutes of this, Gabby asked, "Are you OK? Sounds as though you are feeling bored and tired lately. I tell you, a trip to Florida might be just the thing for you. Let me tell you some more of the very interesting things I saw and did there!"

Etymology: moan + monologue

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Yawnui

Created by: Boomertoo

Pronunciation:

Sentence: He struggled to suppress the yawnui induced by the unending series of speakers at the graduation.

Etymology:

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COMMENTS:

Good one! :D - Lolagrrl, 2007-10-19: 11:03:00

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Yawnnuie

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: yaw nn wee

Sentence: her "yawnnuie face was brilliant, down to the ever-more-slowly fluttering of the eyelashes above the glazed eyes

Etymology: yanw, ennuie

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