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Maternexhort

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: mah-TERN-ex-ort

Sentence: Though she did it lovingly, Hortense would maternexhort relentlessly in trying to steer her son Eggbert in the pursuits she believed to be right for him.

Etymology: Blend of 'maternal' (of, relating to, belonging to, or characteristic of a mother) and 'exhort' (to incite by argument or advice : urge strongly)

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Constructical

Created by: Rutilus

Pronunciation: con-strukt-i-kal

Sentence: Jeremy's mother wanted the best for him. She knew he was gifted but felt he lacked drive and direction. She had always been constructical with him and hoped one day soon it would lead him to seize more of the opportunities around him.

Etymology: Constructive - build up (confidence); critical - finding fault with (someone/something)

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Codswaloding

Created by: Borogove

Pronunciation:

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Etymology: coddling and codswallop

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Recommomdation

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: rekəmämdāshən

Sentence: Charles is about to graduate from college. While his mother supports him all the way, she is all too quick to offer recommomdations. Charley is about ready to take any job available just to quiet her. In his heart he knows that would only slow her down for a little while.

Etymology: recommendation (advise or suggest) + mom (one's mother)

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Maambigucite

Created by: rebelvin

Pronunciation: maam+AMbiguOUS+INcite

Sentence: Relentless maambigucitation left the man with unclear self-esteem, incapable of making a decision without consulting his mother, even down to choosing a tie to wear with his green suit, which she bought for him.

Etymology: maam+AMbiguOUS+INcite

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COMMENTS:

touche. - stache, 2008-05-09: 03:21:00

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Admomish

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: ad mom ish

Sentence: Mamma Mia, there you go again my, my, I know you can't resist it. Mamma Mia, does it show again my, my just how much you admomish me? Yes, you've been brokenhearted, blue since the day I started. Why why, will you never let me go? Mamma Mia, even if I say bye, bye, leave me alone now and forever. Mamma Mia,it's a game we play,bye, bye, doesn't mean I'm clever. Just one look and I can see my many slips. You're a travel agent for all my guilt trips. Whoa oa... Mamma Mia..... Happy Mother's Day!

Etymology: Admonish (a firm rebuke or an act or expression of criticism and censure) & Mom (Mamma Mia, Mutter,Mere,Mama,Madre, Mater,Mommy Dearest, Mammy,Mumsy,Mummy,Ma, Mother: a woman who has a child)

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COMMENTS:

way too much time on your hands! I'll nevr be able to hear the original again without thinking of the travel agent for guilt trips. well done again! - galwaywegian, 2008-05-09: 07:14:00

2 much time?: Let's see ft job; plus own a business;have kids & pets;look glamourous 24-7 and have the computer from midnight to 1:00 am: priceless! Cheers, love ABBA and love from Mothers everywhere! - Nosila, 2008-05-10: 00:27:00

Made me think of my mom...and I smiled. - Mustang, 2008-05-10: 02:44:00

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Mombeseech

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: MOM-bi-seech

Sentence: What Penelope intended as gentle motherly advice for her son, Larry, came out as shrieking mombeseech, small compliments followed by harsh and almost demanding insistence on following certain life choices that she thought best for him.

Etymology: Blend of 'mom' and 'beseech' (to implore urgently)

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Chidance

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: ch - i - dans

Sentence: Agnes bestowed large amounts of chidance on all of her children; thinking that she was being helpful. She was afraid that if someone did not give them regular support, encouragement and loud lectures, they might not realize that they were not quite living out her dreams for them.

Etymology: chide (rebuke a person harshly), guidance (advice, help)

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Mumtor

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: mum/tor

Sentence: Jim's mother took it upon herself to mumtor him in all aspects of his life.

Etymology: mum + mentor

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Maternexhort

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: muh - TIRN - egz - ort

Sentence: Hortense would maternexhort relentlessly in trying to steer her son Eggbert in the pursuits she believed to be right for him.

Etymology: Blend of maternal and exhort

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