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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Created by: kingb

Pronunciation: sjoogaagism

Sentence: Such a shame of that sugagism....

Etymology: Derives from sugar and of diseases, which often end with "ism's". meaning: Liking sweets like crazy!

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Created by: Dormin87

Pronunciation: Spaz-mod-eat

Sentence: He ate so many jelly cream donuts with extra icing, he became spasmodeet

Etymology: spasmodic + sweet

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Created by: wordmeister

Pronunciation: cane-en-nite

Sentence: Mary didn't know why... Was it DNA? Or was it the will of God? ...But she felt like a biologially programmed canennite. Sadly, at 32 years of age, she weighed over 200 pounds and had no teeth.

Etymology: sugar cane with the biblical twist

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Created by: Stump


Sentence: Frank always kept his cell phone out and 911 on speed dial in the candy aisle - just in case his caramuttony kicked in.

Etymology: From Caramel & Gluttony

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: glēkōs

Sentence: After a Krispy Kreme binge, John thought he might need to check his gleecose level. He was especially concerned when he nicked himself shaving and found that his blood was crystallizing. When he went out for his morning run, he was swarmed by bees but instead of being stung the bees seemed to be licking him.

Etymology: glee (great delight) + glucose (a simple sugar that is an important energy source in living organisms and is a component of many carbohydrates)


great word!! - mweinmann, 2009-08-05: 07:58:00

Sweet word! Makes me giggle - jrogan, 2009-08-05: 12:29:00


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Created by: deadlight

Pronunciation: ESK-uh-mor

Sentence: Look at that man in the restaurant! He must have escamour or something.

Etymology: Esca, the latin word for food. Amour, the French word for love. Simply means a "love of food," but used in a more extreme sense.

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Created by: Upaut

Pronunciation: shoo-gad-ict

Sentence: Dawn became such a sugaddict while working at the candy factory.

Etymology: sugar + addict

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Created by: jeremiahbritt

Pronunciation: glew-kohz-toh-nee

Sentence: Marcus's glucosetony made him unable to pass Madeline's candy jar with out gorging himself into a diabetic coma.

Etymology: glucose+gluttony

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