Verboticism: Lazerism

Voted For: Lazerism

Successfully added your vote for "Lazerism".

You still have one vote left...

Narconecroupsetitusfauxsymptomitum

Created by: ladieophilia

Pronunciation:

Sentence:

Etymology: narco- L. sleep, necro- L. dead, upsetitus- L. desease pertaining to being upset, faux- Fr. fake, symptomitum L. a symptom of

Vote For | Comments and Points

Narcoslacky

Created by: Verbepete

Pronunciation: nar-co-ss-lac-e

Sentence: Jim was overcome with a bout of narcoslacky right after his wife asked him to help with the dishes.

Etymology: Narcolepsy + Slacker

Vote For | Comments and Points

Pretendie

TripleT

Created by: TripleT

Pronunciation:

Sentence: Daddy prenetdies anytime Mommy starts cleaning up.

Etymology: pretend + die

Vote For | Comments and Points

Necrochoria

Stinah

Created by: Stinah

Pronunciation: neck-crow-chore-ee-yah

Sentence: Dan suffered a severe case of necrochoria, and thus took preventive measures to ensure that he was always out of the room when dinner's done and dusted, and the dirty dishes sat there leeringly.

Etymology:

Vote For | Comments and Points

Malaisance

Created by: erlking

Pronunciation:

Sentence:

Etymology:

Vote For | Comments and Points

Grandmalaise

Created by: xcruser88x

Pronunciation:

Sentence: Struck suddenly by grandmalaise, Mike dropped to his knees in front of the dirty laundry.

Etymology: Grand Mal + Malaise

Vote For | Comments and Points

Possuming

Created by: LlamaMan

Pronunciation:

Sentence:

Etymology:

Vote For | Comments and Points

Schlubbed

Created by: cannibalgymnastics

Pronunciation:

Sentence: "Can you get Bill to help us move this furniture? " "Nah, he's schlubbed out."

Etymology:

Vote For | Comments and Points

Crumblethize

zombiebex

Created by: zombiebex

Pronunciation:

Sentence:

Etymology:

Vote For | Comments and Points

Ditchitis

Created by: quippingqueen

Pronunciation: dich/i/tis

Sentence: Thankfully, a severe attack of "Ditchitis" happened to prevent him from having to clean out the platypus pond bowl, mend his well-worn long-johns, and fix a broken teapot for his spouse.

Etymology: ditch: duck or avoid at all costs + itis: a disease of convenience

Vote For | Comments and Points

Show All or More...