Verboticism: Odorpowering

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Offscentsive

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: off sent siv

Sentence: Estee Louder did not do anything by half. Even her perfume was triple applied and you could smell her coming a block away. When she started in the new office, people's attendance started to drop and it was found that they were all allergic to her strong perfume. They found her offscentsive. When management investigated, they asked where she had transferred in from. Cologne, Germany was the reply.

Etymology: Offensive (causing or able to cause nausea) & Scent (odor, perfume, aroma, smell)

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Odorpowering

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: ooo - dore - pou - ering

Sentence: Jack's Cologne was always so odorpowering that instead of turning him into the female "HiJack" machine that he believed himself to be, he often found himself alone.

Etymology: Odor + Overpowering >> Odor (Any smell, whether fragrant or offensive; scent; perfume; A strong, pervasive quality) Overpowering (overcoming or overwhelming; affect or impress excessively)

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COMMENTS:

terrific - Jabberwocky, 2009-01-23: 13:46:00

wonderfully witty - silveryaspen, 2009-01-23: 16:36:00

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Defunkehtize

Created by: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: d-funk-eh-tise

Sentence: Reeking Rhonda defunkehtized her stinking pits with a spray called, 'Foulest Le Fluer Pewfume' She said it was made by, Sha'von.

Etymology: de-funk-The word funk basically refers to a strong, generally offensive odor. De-funk would be trying to un-funk a funky odor. :O) Eh- A sound made when nothing else fits the situation. Tized-taken in part from trauma-tized-To subject to trauma of the senses.

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Perfumigate

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: per-fyoom-mi-geyt

Sentence: After her month-long camping trip, without access to a proper shower, it was necessary to perfumigate Joan just to be allowed on the bus home.

Etymology: perfume (a substance, extract, or preparation for diffusing or imparting an agreeable or attractive smell, especially a fluid containing fragrant natural oils extracted from flowers, woods, etc., or similar synthetic oils. ) + fumigate (to expose to smoke or fumes, as in disinfecting or exterminating roaches, ants, etc.)

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Exorbiscent

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: ex/orb/i/scent

Sentence: Jenny, the newest secretary, wears the $1.49 a gallon eau de toilette which sends nauseous shivers throughout my body because it is just too exorbiscent for any human, or animal to take.

Etymology: EXORBISCENT - from - EXORBITANT (exceeding the bounds of custom, propriety, or reason) + SCENT (odor)

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Perfumiogate

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: pərfyoōməgāt

Sentence: Trudy was once told by a less-than-discreet boss that she might want to use a stronger deodorant. Her response was to perfumigate her body. If you were to visit her workplace you'd think that most of her coworkers were ill with all of the coughing and runny, red eyes. Strangely none of this occurs when she is absent.

Etymology: perfume (a fragrant liquid typically made from essential oils extracted from flowers and spices, used to impart a pleasant smell to one's body or clothes) + fumigate (apply the fumes of certain chemicals to (an area) to disinfect it or to rid it of vermin)

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Odorium

Created by: readerwriter

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Retrogressifume

Created by: youngin105

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Deodious

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: deee oh deee us

Sentence: hie blind datwe was so deodious that when he threw up over the entrees he was acting on impulse

Etymology: deoderant odious

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Marinauseate

Created by: kateinkorea

Pronunciation: MAR i NAW zee ATE

Sentence: These people who marinate in their perfume, especially those who think they are cleverly covering up a bad smell, marinauseate me. My co-workers think that when they have a cigarette break and then super spray themselves with perfume that they now smell all sweet and lovely. It makes me feel sick. I can barely breath.

Etymology: MARINATE: to soak something in a liquid concoction presumably to prepare it for cooking NAUSEATE: to make somebody feel like they want to vomit

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COMMENTS:

good sentence and word - silveryaspen, 2009-01-23: 16:41:00

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