Verboticism: Malsophy

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Hemicerebro

Created by: 536633

Pronunciation: heh-mee-ser-ee-bro

Sentence: "That brainless guy walking in the middle of the street is a regular hemicerebro!"

Etymology: "hemi"- half or partly, "cerebro"- brain

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Cephalpath

Created by: NAKEDPANDA2

Pronunciation: Cephal-path

Sentence: LOOK AT THAT CEHPHAL PATH

Etymology: cephal -head path -idk

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Roverstepping

Created by: silveryaspen

Pronunciation: rove er step ping

Sentence: The bands of roverstepping teens were frightfully irritating to the motorists.

Etymology: ROVER, OVERSTEPPING. Rover - somebody who wanders from place to place. Overstepping - exceeding boundaries and limits.

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COMMENTS:

metrohumanx Nice word. Good construction. - metrohumanx, 2009-03-02: 05:49:00

terrific - Jabberwocky, 2009-03-02: 10:14:00

petaj Rover is also a vehicle manufacturer - petaj, 2009-03-03: 06:59:00

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Pedesastrian

Created by: splendiction

Pronunciation: ped es ass tri an

Sentence: She'd seldom seen pedesatrians bare-foot their way through the busy drive-thru (when the store front was nearly empty)! She tersely told him, "No barefoot pedesastrians in the drive thru lane"! Cars behind him honked. The man didn't seem to care. She reluctantly watched him proudly, mechanically, pad his feet onto the busy six-lane road, his soles black with car exhaust. This pedesastrian was even ignoring the red light! AHHHH!

Etymology: From the words pedestrian, ass and disaster. A person who unwisely or unknowingly, travels by foot on vehicle-only routes, often to disastrous consequences.

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Antisophy

Created by: brocknem

Pronunciation: An-ti-sof-ee

Sentence: As the pedestrian was doing many Antisophy tasks, a burglar came up to him and shanked him.

Etymology: Anti- against -sophy - wise

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COMMENTS:

wooowww im quite shocked to be honest with you. - brocknem, 2010-09-13: 12:30:00

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Dumblethrough

Created by: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: Dum-bull-threw

Sentence: Shmoe went walking one day and realized he was starving! As he was walking he noticed a blister on the heel of his foot and he was too tired to go inside the burger joint. So, he walks up to the drive through and cuts in line in front of the cars. Thelma at the drive through could not believe this jerk would do such a "Dumbelthrough" act at the drive through.

Etymology: To be dumb and cut through in front of others. (no manners)

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Malviv

Created by: collins2

Pronunciation: Mahl-viv

Sentence: The man was malviv by not following the rules

Etymology: Bad living

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Hikerchick

Created by: rombus

Pronunciation: hi - kur - chik

Sentence: Betty had recently became a hikerchick... She walked everywhere, even in places where only vehicles should be allowed; but no one could stop her.

Etymology: play on bikerchick also hiker and chick.

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Pestestrian

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: pestestrēən

Sentence: Motorists get angry enough when another driver does something stupid that backs traffic up. They really get steamed when a self-important pestestrian with an I-dare-you-to-hit-me attitude decides to cross the street in the middle of the block.

Etymology: pest (an annoying person or thing; a nuisance) + pedestrian (a person walking along a road or in a developed area)

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COMMENTS:

nice - galwaywegian, 2010-09-13: 06:08:00

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Anencephalo

Created by: patrick

Pronunciation: an-en-ceph-alo

Sentence: The anencephalo was waliking through traffic during rush hour.

Etymology: an-not without, Greek encephalo-brain, Greek

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