Verboticism: Ignoramitist

'Look out! Here comes a truck!'

DEFINITION: v. To habitually object to and contradict other people's statements, especially if they include any facts or opinions. n. A person who finds fault what other people say no matter what it is, and lets them know it.

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Habitchulist

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: huh/bich/oo/list

Sentence: Jennifer chose her girl friends with a great deal of care and foresight. They were of the lowest self-esteem with traits she could easily exploit to her advantage and control. Jennifer was an habitchualist and she knew they would put up with the constant berating and castigation she bestowed on them. As the queen faultalist, she had victims around her ready and waiting to be belittled, just to be noticed.

Etymology: HABITCHULIST - noun from HABITUAL (habit, customary, persistent) + BITCH (a malicious, unpleasant, selfish person)

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COMMENTS:

great word - Jabberwocky, 2009-01-05: 10:34:00

Sounds like several people I know. - Mustang, 2009-01-05: 19:28:00

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Gainsayaholic

Created by: CanadianAndyCapp

Pronunciation: Gayn-say-a-holl-ik

Sentence: Because the historian was so determined to have his theories adopted as "fact", he habitually attacked other researchers work to the point that he became a gainsayaholic.

Etymology: Gainsay- I'm right, You're wrong, They're totally out of their tree! / aholic- Drunk on ego

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COMMENTS:

Great etymology ... great definition for aholic! Great aspect to portray ... very perceptive! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-11: 21:49:00

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Ornerarity

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: or ner rare itee

Sentence: Jim said, "Mary, Mary, quite contrary, How do you know if it's dripping or raining?" Said Mary to Jim: "Jim, Jim, you knew when you met me, I am full of ornerarity!" "But Mary", said Jim,"Just because you are full of Contrarity, do not let that oncoming truck knock you into eternity!" Said Mary to Jim " It's not a truck but a delivery van, driven by my brother Stan!" Said Jim back to Mary, "Your Contradictator ways will be the end of you!" To which Mary replied, "I'd rather end my life at 32 than give up on any chance to argue!!!"

Etymology: Ornery (having a difficult and contrary disposition) & Rarity (noteworthy scarcity; something unusual)

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COMMENTS:

Kudos for silly rhymes and smiles! - silveryaspen, 2009-01-05: 12:46:00

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Negatiff

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: NEG-uh-tif

Sentence: Ferdinand always seemed to be sporting a negative attitude and no matter what topic came up he'd invariably launch an often juvenile and always bitter negatiff with acrimonious and rude contradictions.

Etymology: Blend of negative and tiff

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COMMENTS:

good word blend, know a few negatiffers myself! - mweinmann, 2009-01-05: 16:24:00

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Internoper

Created by: silveryaspen

Pronunciation: in ter nope er

Sentence: We all know the ultimate intruder, that ruder person, who obsessively interjects to disagree with anything anyone says. The ultimate internoper that constantly interrupts, intercepts and interferes in any intercourse, to naysay and negate, everything everyone said.

Etymology: INTERLOPER, NOPE. INTERLOPER - intruder; as one who intrudes on anything anyone says. NOPE - to disagree, to naysay.

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COMMENTS:

nice - Jabberwocky, 2009-01-05: 10:35:00

like it silvery tree person! - galwaywegian, 2009-01-05: 12:20:00

Hey Silvery, this is great...captured the meaning well. - mweinmann, 2009-01-05: 16:22:00

Excellent word! - Mustang, 2009-01-05: 19:29:00

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Contraryan

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: kon trayr ee yan

Sentence: Marian, Marian, quite the Contraryan, You argue with everyone you know, If your friend had said rain or shine, you would have said, snow! When warned of the truck, you said it was a van and that was your final answer, Your Teutonic pride should have told you it was actually a very fast Panzer.

Etymology: Contrary (very opposed in nature or character or purpose) & Aryan (according to Nazi doctrine, a Caucasian person of Nordic descent) & Panzer (German armoured tank)

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Ignoramitist

Created by: twocent

Pronunciation: ig-NO-ram-me&-tist

Sentence: As a finalist in the state's hotly contested top-five standing for "most brazen ignoramitist", Harold's voice grew louder as he corrected the officer. "I don't care what your little book there says, the law provides that a standing stop sign be regarded as a yield demarkerization in all instances of a visibly empty and/or vacant intersection!"

Etymology: Ignoramitist n. combination of ignoramus: a feigned possessor of knowledge who is, in fact, highly ignorant egoist: onw who thinks they are the center of the universe egotist: one who incessantly talks about themself

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Zigele

Created by: XMbIPb

Pronunciation: /zi-ge-le/ (note: the stress is on the first vowel of the word)

Sentence: WOMAN No.1: “So I tell my Moishe: ‘Don’t climb up that ladder. You’re no spring chicken!’ And what does he tell me? He tells me: ‘I’m no spring chicken, but I still know how to change a light bulb!’ And I say: ‘Don’t change that light bulb. We will call Isak. He will change the light bulb.’ And what does my old ZIGELE say? He says: ‘Go away woman. I will change the light bulb!’ So now he’s a triple impotent, can you imagine?” WOMAN No.2: “A triple impotent? What is a triple impotent? How do you go from changing a light bulb to being a triple impotent?” WOMAN No.1: “Well he fell. I tell you, that ZIGELE fell off the ladder. It was a really bad fall. Oi, vei…” WOMAN no.2: “So what? What does it have to do with impotence? What is triple impotence?” WOMAN no.1: “Well… he was a regular impotent before, you know… except now he has two broken hands and he bit half his tongue off.”

Etymology: ZIGELE (fr. Yiddish) - a goat

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COMMENTS:

So Moishe is now geschnecktigezoik? Oi, who knew! That story made me verklempt! - Nosila, 2010-05-20: 17:55:00

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Ornodict

Created by: Echos

Pronunciation:

Sentence: She hung up the phone, sick of his ornodicting everything she said.

Etymology: From "ornery" and "dictate"

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COMMENTS:

Very emotive words! Great etymology! - silveryaspen, 2008-03-11: 21:31:00

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Nayplayer

Created by: silveryaspen

Pronunciation: nay - play - er

Sentence: Patience and Archer were playing Scrabble. Archer added a 'n' to dam. "Bad word" observed Patience. "Good Word" Archer grumpled. Patience added 'a-t-i-o-n' to the damn, racking up a triple word score. "Nice big score" Patience crowed. "Rotten for me!" Archer cried, shooting it down. "I win" declared Patience. "Lose her" Archer murmurred, then asked "Another, game? Yes?" He was so exassperating, such a nayplayer! "No way!" Patience contrahit him back!

Etymology: Nay: negative response. Player: one who takes part. PLay on the expression nay sayer.

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COMMENTS:

nice word - Jabberwocky, 2008-03-11: 12:22:00

Short,simple and apt! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-03-11: 19:08:00

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