Verboticism: Gleecose

'This donut is so good!'

DEFINITION: v. To enjoy, or derive physical pleasure from, the eating of sweets and other sugared substances -- often leads to over-consumption. n. Pleasure derived from the consumption of sweets.

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Sweetcoholic

Created by: naptunder

Pronunciation: sweet-co-holic

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Maximunching

Created by: allwise

Pronunciation: maxi-munch-ing

Sentence: Catarina was quite full, but it tasted so good, and there was only half the bowl left of goodies, so she maximunched the rest, but ended up exploding when eating the last paper-thin chocolate wafer.

Etymology: Maxi: Norwegian chain of stores + Edvard Munch: some Norwegian artist

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Syruptuous

Created by: kmccardle

Pronunciation: Syrup + chew + us

Sentence: That box of candy was so syruptuous I simply couldn't help myself.

Etymology: Syrup(sweet liquid) - ous(suffix, "full of")

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Candadict

erasmus

Created by: erasmus

Pronunciation: can dad ict

Sentence: he ate so many sweets he was a candadict.

Etymology: from candy and addict.

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Tastaculizer

Created by: xelepart

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Sentence: "As evidenced by the way he's eating that cake, Joey is a complete tastaculizer."

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Fruttle

Created by: Robke22

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Snackwhore

Created by: BiggZedd

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Shuguptious

Created by: soulofawarrior

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Glucolic

Created by: ensoul1

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Sentence: Hi, my name's Bob, and I'm a Glucolic. (Hi Bob!)

Etymology: Glucose + -oholic

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Suctate

Created by: lordharry

Pronunciation: suck - tate

Sentence: The children sat in early registration collectively yearning for their morning suctation.

Etymology: suc from sucrose

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