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: artr

Pronunciation: rēdirizhən

Sentence: Recipe for Marriage on the Rocks: 1 part menial job. 1 part inconsistent, overbearing, boss, 2 parts whiny, self-centered customers. Mix ingredients in a medium sauce pan and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and let simmer for days. Fold into a large bowl of nowhere to vent frustrations and add a heaping spoonful of redirision. Great for a casual picnic or family gathering. Can be served on divorce paper plates. Serves: No one.

Etymology: redirection (direct something to a new or different place or purpose) + derision (contemptuous ridicule or mockery)

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: suhb-sti-tan-truhm

Sentence: For no apparent reason Marcie launched into a tirade of everything Jim had ever done that annoyed her. "You've just been on the phone with your mother, haven't you?" Jim knows a substitantrum when he sees one.

Etymology: substitution (acting or serving in place of another)+ tantrum (a violent demonstration of rage or frustration; a sudden burst of ill temper)

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Created by: myrose22

Pronunciation: Te vi two

Sentence: This is an animation video production company


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Created by: Christianack

Pronunciation: im-pul-GRE-see-ate

Sentence: Even though it was the head chef who accidentally dropped laundry detergent into the soup, the head chef had already escaped to Mexico by the time the master of the house found out- the master of the house had to settle for impulgressiating the rest of the chefs still in his employment.

Etymology: Impulsive + Aggression + -ate

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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: TimTheEnchanter

Pronunciation: BOOM-huh-rang

Sentence: Mia was feeling giddy as she walked into the apartment. She'd gotten a promotion at work, and then she spent time with her girlfriends after work to celebrate. Now she was coming home to spend the evening with her handsome, charming man Julian. But it all came to a screeching halt as she heard the announcer on the television across the room: "And the final score is Red Sox 3, Yankees 0." His precious Yankees had lost yet again. The rest of the evening would be miserable now as Julian vented his frustrations about the game by launching into an hour-long boomharangue, yelling at Mia about even the most trivial things.

Etymology: boomerang + harangue


great word - galwaywegian, 2008-05-23: 13:21:00

Excellent verboticism. - Mustang, 2008-05-23: 23:59:00

great word. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-05-25: 07:29:00


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Created by: d1420

Pronunciation: sey-distsand-bag

Sentence: "Sadistsandbag," Jeremy slurrred while urinating in the stall after watching the recently fired Yankee skipper Billy Martin pummel marshmallow salesman Joseph Cooper at a hotel bar in Minneapolis.

Etymology: Sadist = causing pain or degradation to others. + Sandbag = using your higher skill level in order to gain easy victories over less capable opponents.

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Created by: milorush

Pronunciation: (n.) trāns'fər-ängkst

Sentence: Helga's repeated attempts at communication with her lazy and incompetent boss would invariably lead to a nightly transferangst of unprocessed frustrations to her husband and children.

Etymology: transfer[ence] + 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: 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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