Verboticism: Cramouflage

'Are you prepping for the office lunch?'

DEFINITION: v. To pig out at your desk right before a business lunch, so you'll be satisfied with a salad and water at the restaurant, and create the impression that you're not a glutton. n., A secret snack taken to strengthen one's resolve not to eat too much while others are watching.

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Prebingeify

Created by: jack189

Pronunciation: Pre-binge-if-i

Sentence: Jan was talking to Pam in the break room and Jan said, "I'm really hungry, but I don't want to eat a lot at that luch." "Yeah",replied Pam," I'm really going to have to prebingeify for this one!"

Etymology: Pre(before)+binge(to eat a lot)+ify(suffix used to make word a verb)

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Sneaksnak

Created by: WriteBrighton

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Sneaksnack

Created by: chaiandallthatjazz

Pronunciation: snik-snack

Sentence: Shannon had a quick sneaksnack before going to the Friday lunch with the office gang. It kind of backfired on her as she still ended up looking like a glutton when all she was hungry for was conveniently, dessert.

Etymology: sneak + snack

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COMMENTS:

good word. - Mustang, 2008-01-15: 03:48:00

right on the button! - bananabender, 2008-01-15: 21:53:00

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Cramouflage

Created by: Niarc

Pronunciation: 'Cram-o-flage'

Sentence: Anticipating management's poor attempt at a staff buffet, Pete went about his usual cramouflage, secretly gobbling a hand-full of dried cereal, two cupcakes and half a bag of marshmallows.

Etymology: A combination of 'Cram'- to fill with an excessive amount of food; overfeed, and 'Camouflage' - concealment.

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Cramouflage

Created by: TJayzz

Pronunciation: Cram-o-fl-arge

Sentence: Hillary thought her cramouflage plan was really clever, before going to the restaurant for a business meeting she ate a vast amount before she left so that she looked in full control when ordering a small salad and water for lunch. She felt so good knowing that nobody would ever guess her little secret.

Etymology: Cram(to fill or stuff) + Camouflage(hide or disguise) = Cramouflage

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COMMENTS:

terrific - Jabberwocky, 2008-11-12: 09:09:00

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Plurge

Created by: courty3303

Pronunciation: Plh-urge

Sentence: I need to plurge before tonights business dinner.

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Gluttifaction

Created by: roseannmvp

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Sentence: Mary sat down for some gluttifaction before going on her first date with Chad.

Etymology: gluttony + satisfaction

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Prebingeinate

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: pree-binj-in-ate

Sentence: Sue prebingeinated every time her friends asked her out for lunch unbeknownst to them.

Etymology: pre + binge

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Prevour

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: pre-VOW-er

Sentence: Having an abnormally huge appetite Miranda found it socially necessary to prevour on office lunch days so as to be able to restrict her food intake at the weekly office lunch.

Etymology: Blend of the 'pre' (prefix meaning before) and 'devour' (to swallow or eat up hungrily, voraciously, or ravenously)

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Clandesdine

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: klan-des-dahyn

Sentence: When Jill heard that the boss was going to surprise the staff by sending out for pizza. She really didn't like pizza too much so she knew she would have to clandesdine at her desk if she was going to get a decent meal. The box of donuts stashed in her bottom drawer was surrepdelicious.

Etymology: clandestine (done in, or executed with secrecy or concealment) + dine (to take any meal)

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