Verboticism: Lambblasting

'I just got off the phone with my mother!'

DEFINITION: v. To take the frustration and anger you receive from one person and redirect it towards another person, usually of lower status. n. An act of aggression directed towards an individual or object that was not the source of provocation.

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Created by: splendiction

Pronunciation: trans fur ee ENCE

Sentence: She knew better than to answer that phone call from mum before dinner! Mum called again to remind them of the upcoming sale at the grocery store! All the calm in the room after she put the phone down couldn’t quiet her anger, which she immediately transfuryenced onto her unfortunate husband, “Not now! I can’t believe she thinks we need help doing everything! And don’t tell me how to shop for clothes!”

Etymology: From: TRANSFERENCE and FURY - to transfer your fury toward one person to another person.


Absolutely Furabulous - Nosila, 2009-07-04: 01:14:00

Absolutely Furabulous - Nosila, 2009-07-04: 01:14:00


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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: vent chans

Sentence: The actress Felina Valdez was hard to work for, as her maid Victimonia could attest. Whenever Felina had been angered by her agent, a critic, a fan, the networks, the tabloids or her own family, she wreaked ventchance on her poor maid. She screeched that she'd ironed the wrong dress, place the wrong colored roses in her dressing room, made her martinis too weak or fed her too much to make her look fat for the camera. Yes, poor Victimonia could not do anything right. But poor Victimonia got her own back, because she was shagging Felina's rich husband and took her own ventchance out on his willing body...

Etymology: Vent (to utter or express or complain) & Chance (opportunity or audience) & Chants (utter monotonously and repetitively) & vengeance (retaliation, revenge, pay back)

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Created by: jrogan

Pronunciation: spang-ksst

Sentence: After spending the whole day trapped in the cottage with her mother, Julia's spangst was almost completely overwhelming. Fortunately, her boyfriend suggested they go out for a boat ride. Unfortunately, they went up the creek and ran out of gas... Julia grabbed a big wooden paddle and her boyfriend got it in the end.

Etymology: spank + angst

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Created by: skeeterzirra

Pronunciation: trans fuer ee ate

Sentence: Never transfuriate a fast food line cook. You don't even want to know what they can do to your food.

Etymology: trans as in trans-fer, + furiate from infuriate


Good one. - Mustang, 2008-05-24: 00:00:00


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Created by: bookowl

Pronunciation: tag/gre/shun

Sentence: Taggression is a game best played with masochists.

Etymology: tag (you're it) + aggression


like it! - galwaywegian, 2008-05-23: 13:22:00


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Created by: rebelvin

Pronunciation: DIVERT-A-MANIA

Sentence: Divertamania beset her whenever she was angry, and you best find somewhere else to be.


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Created by: arrrteest

Pronunciation: suh-bor-deh-grayt

Sentence: Jane began to subordigrate her the mail clerk as soon as she got off the phone with her boss. She was chewed out for lower production numbers for the previous month and then turned around and took it out on the one person in the office who had no control over sales.

Etymology: subordinate + grate


very nice - Jabberwocky, 2008-05-23: 09:08:00


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Created by: melodydrama

Pronunciation: sub-fur-siv

Sentence: Judging by the manic gleam in her eye, Bob could tell his grandmother was in a subfursive mood.

Etymology: Sub- below, lesser fury- anger ive-having a tendency to Having a tendency to express anger to someone lesser

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Created by: TJayzz

Pronunciation: Par-s-dur-ayge

Sentence: Bob had just had a right earful from the big cheese, but instead of absorbing the flak, he used a little passderage, He summoned the new boy into his office and took the anger out on him, even though he had nothing to do with the cock-up!

Etymology: Pass(Transfer something to someone) +Rage(Uncontrollable anger) = Passderage


great blend - Jabberwocky, 2008-05-23: 09:08:00

Pass de awards... - Nosila, 2008-05-23: 21:15:00


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Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: tactic

Sentence: "Don't tacktick with me young lady" warned Robyn's mother. "Just because your teacher gave you an ultimatum to complete the assignment or fail, does not mean you can nag me to plead on your behalf".

Etymology: tack (to take another tack, change direction in sailing) + tick (as in ticked off, frustrated) + tactic (strategy)

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