Verboticism: Nausewaited

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Grimpatient

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: grim-PAY-shunt

Sentence: Sue Ellen was doing her very best to remain cheerful but as the hours wore on and she continued to be ignored by the ER staff while feeling progressively worse she went from being an ordinary outpatient to being a grimpatient, angry and no longer a stoic and tolerant person.

Etymology: Blend of 'grim' (Dismal; gloomy) and 'patient'...dual meaning (a person who is under medical care or treatment) and (having or showing the capacity for endurance) --- a play on the word 'impatient'.

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Curewaiter

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: ker + way + ter

Sentence: Since Laurie realized that so many people waited for medical attention, it was becoming a bona-fide medical problem in itself. She decided to launch a drive called "wait for the cure" where volunteers would go down to waiting rooms in hospitals, clinics and medical offices to entertain and give moral support to the curewaiters who spend hour upon frustrating hour waiting to be seen by a doctor.

Etymology: Cure + Waiter >> Cure (remedy: a medicine or therapy that cures disease or relieve pain) Waiter (a person who waits or awaits)

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Impatient

Created by: QuantumMechanic

Pronunciation: em-pay-shunt

Sentence: Doctor! The impatients are rioting in the waiting room!

Etymology: impatient + patient

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Illdoctaramous

Created by: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: eel-doc-ta-ray-mose

Sentence: Susie patiently waited as his patient in the tiny room chilled to the bone,adorned in that tiny paper top. She had waited so long that she became so "illdoctaramous" that she almost lost it and was about to ram her fist into the wall as she flew into a rage! Yet,Susie was too sick to let my temper flare. After 2 and 1/2 hours of sickly waiting,he walks in all chipper and did not notice Susy's "illdotaramous" attitude towards him.

Etymology: Ill;sick. Doctar;Doctor. Ram;Ready to ram a fist in the wall. Ous;Beyond ready to ram a fist into the wall and too sick to care to wait any longer.

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Chroniqueue

metrohumanx

Created by: metrohumanx

Pronunciation: KRON-ih-KYU (CHRONIQUEUER, CHRONIQUEUED)

Sentence: Doctor Terwilliger couldn't wait for retirement. After a grueling session with his shrink, he realized that he he had violated his hippocritic oath. When Doctor T saw the CHRONIQUEUE in his waiting room, he wished he'd installed that drive-up-window long ago. Glancing at the assorted afflictions, he entered his inner office, bolted out the back door and left prescriptions under the windshield wipers of each patient. The good doctor floored his Mercedes in an effort to reach the golf course on time, where he'd meet his investment banker and analyst to discuss his GOD complex, Swiss bank account and how to eke more bloodwork out of his nurse without raising her pay.

Etymology: CHRONIc + QUEUE = CHRONIQUEUE.....CHRONIC:marked by long duration or frequent recurrence, always present or encountered, constantly vexing, weakening, or troubling.....QUEUE: a waiting line especially of persons or vehicles,a sequence of messages or people held in temporary storage awaiting attention; French, literally, tail, from Old French cue, coe, Latin cauda, coda (1748).

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COMMENTS:

metrohumanx Q: WHAT DO THE FOLLOWING WORDS HAVE IN COMMON? Banana Dresser Grammar Potato Revive Uneven Assess...................A:If you move the first letter to the end of the word, you can spell the word backwards. - metrohumanx, 2009-03-04: 09:40:00

thanks for the answer to yesterday's riddle - silveryaspen, 2009-03-04: 10:55:00

now he's gone to 'phone service only' - the newest trend in the USA. Like the French flair in your word and etymology. - silveryaspen, 2009-03-04: 10:58:00

Oops ... I should have begun that last sentence with 'I like'. - silveryaspen, 2009-03-04: 10:59:00

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Congrewaited

Created by: silveryaspen

Pronunciation: con greh wait ed

Sentence: The receptionist tried to ignore the long suffering patients waiting to see the doctor. Earl Grey steeped slowly like a tea bag. Bud Light slow brewed like a beer. Sun Maid withered like a grape on the vine. Mr. Fleishman slowly rose like bread dough, only to be set back down again, and told not to rise again until called. These poor sick souls suffered interminably as they congrewaited.

Etymology: CON, CONGREGATE, WAITED. Con - to be told an untruth, such as the doctor will see you shortly. Congregate - people that have come together and wait together. Waited - to stay in one place, doing nothing for a period of time, in the expectation, or hope, that something will happen, like getting to see a doctor eventually.

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COMMENTS:

Modified song of the day: "Oh dear what can the matter be? Johnny's so long at the healthcare!" - silveryaspen, 2009-03-04: 01:05:00

made me think of a conga line - Jabberwocky, 2009-03-04: 10:07:00

Were they waiting for Dr. Seymore Patients??? - Nosila, 2009-03-05: 01:37:00

You betcha, Nosila! Nice embellishment, I luv it! - silveryaspen, 2009-03-06: 03:19:00

Jabberwocky ... shall we dance? - silveryaspen, 2009-03-06: 03:19:00

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Waitwatcher

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: wayt wat cher

Sentence: Mary became a waitwatcher long before it was fashionable to do so. She wasted hours in her doctor's medi-center waiting room. How is it she thought, that I arrived when they opened at 9:00 am only to get #97 ticket? After spending the best part of 6 hours waiting to see her doctor, his consult was 3 minutes long and he advised her to lose some weight!!!

Etymology: Wait (to remain idle in anticipation of something) & Watcher (of clocks) & Wordplay on WeightWatchers (weight loss program)

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Impatientitis

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: impāshəntītis

Sentence: The emergency room was packed with customers with afflictions ranging from mild to catastrophic. The loudest however was the one with a major case of impatientitis displaying raging symptoms of menow-menow.

Etymology: impatirnt (having or showing a tendency to be quickly irritated or provoked) + itis (suffix used for forming names of inflammatory diseases)

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Grimpatient

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: grim-PAY-shunt

Sentence: Wanda was doing her very best to remain cheerful but as the hours wore on and she continued to be ignored by the ER staff while feeling progressively worse she went from being an ordinary outpatient to being a grimpatient, angry and no longer a stoic and tolerant person.

Etymology: Blend of 'grim' (Dismal; gloomy) and 'patient'...dual meaning (a person who is under medical care or treatment) and (having or showing the capacity for endurance) --- a play on the word 'impatient'.

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COMMENTS:

wonderful choice of words with a perfect blending. Great Create! - silveryaspen, 2009-03-04: 01:02:00

like it - galwaywegian, 2009-03-04: 11:10:00

clever word play - rombus, 2009-03-05: 07:52:00

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Nausewaited

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: nau/se/wait/ed 

Sentence: He nausewaited in the hospital emergency room for six hours before a doctor helped him.

Etymology: NAUSEWAITED - verb - from NAUSEATED (to feel sick) + WAIT (delay)

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COMMENTS:

Really captures the feeling of being sick. Fits the definition excellently. - silveryaspen, 2009-03-04: 11:01:00

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