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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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Ventcouragement

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: vent koor adj ment

Sentence: Irving's mother, Sadie, was always comparing him to the Lipowitz boy wonder next door, Julius. Although she loved Irving, she only wanted the best for him and her pep talks soon turned into ventcouragement sessions about his shortfalls. She wanted him to go into medicine, like Julius did, but no, he became an accountant instead. She continued to rant about Dr.Julius next door, until he was indicted for income tax evasion by the Feds and arrested at home. Irving thought this would level the playing field a bit, but no she told him he was just too honest for his own good! Oy!

Etymology: Vent (give expression or utterance to;activity that releases or expresses creative energy or emotion) & Encouragement (the expression of approval and support;the feeling of being encouraged; the act of giving hope or support to someone)

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COMMENTS:

nice combo - Jabberwocky, 2009-06-23: 13:41:00

Sadie was no doubt seeking a standing oy vay-shun. - Mustang, 2009-06-23: 21:32:00

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Mentormenting

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: men tor men ting

Sentence: Since he was small, Joey's Mama was on his case to do better and make her proud. Although she always gave him a kiss after, she used the mentormenting style of coaching for her baby boy. When he got 98% on his tests, she'd say things like "That's great, but why didn't you get 100%?" Despite her he went into politics and eventually was voted Vice President, an awesome accomplishment. But of course, although proud of him, she still wants to know why he didn't make it to President!

Etymology: Mentor (a wise and trusted guide and advisor) & Tormenting (extreme mental distress;the act of harassing someone;torment emotionally or mentally)

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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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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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Parentarcissism

Created by: splendiction

Pronunciation: parentarcissism

Sentence: Dewald was disappointed in his son Chip’s lack of athleticism, even after the constant practicing at the driving range. On the other hand, Chip was top o’ the class in math, as had been Dewald!

Etymology: A blend of parent and narcissism. Children of over-achieving parents are subject to their parents’ high expectations, which is really a kind of narcissism. Parentnarcissistic parents insist their offspring reflect their own perfect selves and put enormous pressures on their children to be perfect.

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Mominate

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: mahmm innn ayt

Sentence: She always tried to mominate proceedings, never leaving any womb for condradicktory positions. She would womaneuver any situation, using well timed uterusences, designed to castigate her often bitter litter. She was an amomination!

Etymology: dominate, mom

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COMMENTS:

didsbury The sentence deserves a prize on its own! - didsbury, 2008-05-09: 16:17:00

Maternally yours...good word, I mominate it! - Nosila, 2008-05-09: 21:37:00

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Guidanchide

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Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: guy-dan-chide

Sentence: Ken's mother became a Guidanchide master due to years of practice and study. This ancient childrearing technique of buildup-teardown has long been considered to benefit children and has been practiced by many mothers since the dawn of time. Recent scholars, however, have noted that the Guidanchide method has mostly benefited those pharmaceutical companies who manufacture antidepressants and divorce attorneys.

Etymology: guidance: help, advice or counseling + chide: to scold mildly so as to correct or improve

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COMMENTS:

Good one! - Nosila, 2009-06-23: 16:24:00

She sounds like my guidanchide counsellor. - Mustang, 2009-06-23: 21:34:00

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Admomish

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: ad-mom-ish

Sentence: Lena knew that to raise her son properly she would have to encourage him and admomish him daily, even if he didn't want her advice and council.

Etymology: admonish: to reprove gently but earnestly, expression of criticism + mom

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COMMENTS:

nice - galwaywegian, 2010-07-12: 09:29:00

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Cynimomism

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: sin-uh-mom-iz-uhm

Sentence: As Alvin prepares to put his newly-earned degree to work, he understands the correct way to go is somewhere between cynimomism and dadvice.

Etymology: cynicism (distrusting or disparaging the motives of others) + mom (mother)

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