Verboticism: Demandinistical

'I'll just wait here until you're free.'

DEFINITION: v. To hover near, or directly on top of, a person who is busy doing something else, in order to force them to immediately surrender their full attention. n. A person who invades other people's private spaces and uses the social discomfort to demand attention.

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Behovering

Created by: EBalser

Pronunciation: bee-hover-ing

Sentence: The girl was behoving the busy working man and he could not concentrate.

Etymology: be-all around hover-To remain floating, suspended, or fluttering in the air ing-making it a verb

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Hovercopter

Created by: KJHowerter

Pronunciation: Huh-Ver-Cop-Ter

Sentence: "Cindy stop being such a hovercopter! I seriously can't focus with you clogging up my airspace."

Etymology: Hover: n. to remain suspended over a place or object Copter: n. see "helicopter"

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Ruserude

Created by: balku4

Pronunciation: roo-se-raod

Sentence: dont be ruserude

Etymology: rude

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Smover

Created by: bdraffen0002

Pronunciation: /ˈsməvər/

Sentence: He smovered over me all day while I was trying to author silly definitions.

Etymology: Smother:Middle English (as a noun in the sense ‘stifling smoke’): from the base of Old English smorian ‘suffocate.’ and Hover: late Middle English: from archaic hove ‘hover, linger,’ of unknown origin.

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Helivadepersonework

Created by: stephboo43

Pronunciation: hell-e-vade-per-son-e-wurk

Sentence: my wife won't leave me alone! She just keeps hovering over me, and is distracting me from work!

Etymology: heli-to hover vade-to invade person-a person work-work

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Irkanism

Created by: ethancarlyon

Pronunciation: erk-a-nis-um

Sentence: This crazy lady needs to stop irking me!

Etymology: irkanism- to overly annoy or cling to.

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Loomencroachide

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Created by: metrohumanx

Pronunciation: loom-en-CROW-chide (loomencroachider)

Sentence: She looked like a waif as she tapped on the door- Flashing those gams and the smile that she wore… The library opens – it’s open to all. But she pestered the patrons- the long, short and tall. Now we regret having let her inside- Cause all that she does is LOOMENCROACHIDE!

Etymology: LOOM+ENCROACH+chIDE=LOOMENCROACHIDE....LOOM: to come into sight in enlarged or distorted and indistinct form often as a result of atmospheric conditions, to take shape as an impending occurrence; origin unknown Date: circa 1541 .....ENCROACH: to enter by gradual steps or by stealth into the rights of another,to advance beyond the usual or proper limits; Middle English encrochen to get, seize, from Anglo-French encrocher, from en- + croc, croche hook [1528].....CHIDE: intransitive verb To reproach in a usually mild and constructive manner; Middle English, from Old English cīdan to quarrel, chide, from cīd strife.

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COMMENTS:

amazing rhyming sentence! - DrWebster111, 2009-05-19: 22:06:00

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Egosquito

Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: eg-goh-SKEE-toh

Sentence: Roxie was so disruptive in the office that her workmates presented her with the "Egosqito" award for her egocentric habit of demanding their total attention by buzzing about, hovering around, and driving them crazy like a self-obssessed mosquito. At her looming Bob, at times, even recited a poem called "Mosquito", which he had written in his youth. It went like this: "Malicious mien, Buzzing, whining, biting: Summer's toxic arrow." She was, of course, not very amused!

Etymology: EGO: "i" (cognate with OE ic, I) The "i" or self of any person & MOSQUITO: any of numerous two-winged insects of the family Culicidae, the females of which suck the blood of animals and humans, some species transmitting certain diseases, as malaria and yellow fever. And, in the last couple of decades, new varieties of the diseases (in Australia) such as Murray River Encephalitis, Ross River Fever,. etc.

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COMMENTS:

very apt - Jabberwocky, 2008-04-11: 13:11:00

Good one, bob...talk about a buzzword! - Nosila, 2008-04-11: 22:46:00

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Intervade

Created by: scarletzinc

Pronunciation: In-tuh-r-way-ed

Sentence: Sarah was busy attending a phone call while her cousin constantly kept intervading her.

Etymology: Interrupt-Inter Invade-Vade

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Exasperwait

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: igzaspərwāt

Sentence: To say that Julie is needy is a gross understatement. She can exasperwait like nobody we know. She starts by lingering in your doorway, then loitering in your office. If you can ignore this behavior you may well have her sitting on your desk clearing her throat. She starts most conversations with, ”I’m sorry, were you busy?”.

Etymology: exasperate (irritate intensely; infuriate) + wait (stay where one is or delay action until a particular time or until something else happens)

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