Verboticism: Beratetionship

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Relationsnip

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: ri-ley-shuhn-snip

Sentence: When George and Georgia moved in together he made the mistake of jokingly introducing her to a friend as "the lady who does my laundry". With one quick relationsnip he became all too familiar with the couch. That relationsnit lasted about a week.

Etymology: relationship (connection between persons by blood or marriage) + snip (to cut with small, quick strokes)

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Relashandwhip

Created by: dpetty12210

Pronunciation: re-lash-and-whip

Sentence: My girl relashandwhiped me after I told her friend that we were a thing!!

Etymology:

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Lovechide

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: love-cheyed

Sentence: Twila glared, "Bastard!" Whatever he did or said, Harold knew that there was an issue, so he took responsiblility for her lovechide.

Etymology: wordplay on Love Child: illegitimate offspring, bastard, issue

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COMMENTS:

love it - Jabberwocky, 2009-04-28: 13:34:00

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Possnope

Created by: MandeepSandhu

Pronunciation: (poss- nope)

Sentence: you are not allowed to possnope and tell other people that we are dating.

Etymology: poss- to be able, have power

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Shomedaring

fabdiva

Created by: fabdiva

Pronunciation: shoh-mee-dahr-ing

Sentence: Leroy was confused when Tanisha countered his 'hands on' affection with a rather aggressive shomedaring. After all, he had just spent $135 ordering everything on the dessert menu at Denny's.

Etymology: Show - to be visible. Me - myself. Da - slang for 'the'. Ring - ornamental band worn on finger as a token of engagement or marriage.

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Overlovelyconfident

Created by: Humphries

Pronunciation: ov-er-luv-ly-con-fid-en-t

Sentence: When you are overlovelyconfident you overstep your bounds in a relationship, like with nicknames.

Etymology: over as in to much love as in love confident as in believing in ones self

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Defectlove

Created by: andrewmcshea

Pronunciation: dee-fekt-luv

Sentence: Martha yelled at Tom for the defectlovely false rumors he had spread about their sexual relationship.

Etymology: Defective (Incorrect); Love (Relationship)

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COMMENTS:

lovin dis jaint - andrewmcshea, 2012-04-16: 15:35:00

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Trashlament

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: trash-la-ment

Sentence: Miriam's response to Clarence's criticism of her participation in their romance was nothing short of a harsh trashlament covering a multitude of Clarence's recent remarks.

Etymology: Trash: v. Criticize, rebuke, demean and Lament; v. to express sorrow, regret, or unhappiness about something

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Imgametory

Created by: rachelbree

Pronunciation: im-game-at-or-y

Sentence: The remark that he made towards his lover wa quite imgametory.

Etymology: im: not gameto: sexual union/marriage ry:...

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COMMENTS:

I have no idea... - rachelbree, 2012-04-16: 15:17:00

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Partnersliplash

metrohumanx

Created by: metrohumanx

Pronunciation: PART-nurr-slip-LASH

Sentence: Loosened by liquor, he let the truth slip- The way he envisioned their relationship. The stink-eye she gave him, Her teeth they did gnash, As she doled out a bone-chilling PARTNERSLIPLASH!

Etymology: PARTNER+SLIP+LASH=PARTNERSLIPLASH......PARTNER: a person with whom one shares an intimate relationship, one member of a couple; Middle English partener, alteration of parcener, from Anglo-French, coparcener.....SLIP: to become uttered through inadvertence, to escape from memory or consciousness; Middle English slippen, from Middle Dutch or Middle Low German; akin to Middle High German slipfen to slide, Old High German slīfan to smooth, and perhaps to Greek olibros slippery.....LASH: to make a verbal attack or retort, to thrash or beat violently, to assail with stinging words; Middle English.

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COMMENTS:

nice little ditty - Jabberwocky, 2009-04-28: 13:35:00

Poetic justice! - Nosila, 2009-04-28: 14:44:00

Partnersliplash is a great word, Manx! - splendiction, 2009-04-28: 22:17:00

Great word there Metro ~ Love your sentence! Hope you're doing well :) Have great weekend! - abrakadeborah, 2009-05-02: 05:24:00

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