Verboticism: Adorablob

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Lardarling

petaj

Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: lah-dar-ling

Sentence: Unable to take her dogs for a walk, but indulging their cute tricks with special treats, Rotunda ended up with lardarling labradors.

Etymology: lard (fat) + darling (adorable)

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COMMENTS:

Fatastic! - silveryaspen, 2009-04-23: 10:18:00

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Lethlargicat

Created by: Biscotti

Pronunciation: le-th-laar-ji-kaat

Sentence: Angie's cat Milo was such a leglargicat. Always meowing for more food, she was so good at getting what she wanted with that cute little purr.

Etymology: Lethargy (laziness) + large (fat) + cat (common household pet)

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COMMENTS:

Clever word! - splendiction, 2009-04-23: 21:26:00

Biscotti, I really enjoy your clever creativeness :) - abrakadeborah, 2009-04-24: 06:53:00

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Pollycoddle

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: pol lee kod del

Sentence: When Old Lady Harris finally passed on from Shaker's Acres to the Great Beyond, the only thing she left her niece, Bethany, was her beloved, Hyacinth Macaw parrot, Polly. Polly could talk, incessantly, as it turns out and demanded all Bethany's attention. It turns out,too, her aunt had treated Polly like a baby and as a result she had been able to pollycoddle the raucous bird and spoil her rotten. When Polly did not get her way she screached and swore loudly. "Oh well," thought Bethany, "at least she also left me a few bucks to buy food and supplies for the bird". It was with horror then that Bethany read that parrots like Polly lived to the age of one hundred!

Etymology: Polly (popular name for a pet parrot) & Mollycoddle (a pampered darling;treat with excessive indulgence)

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Adorabubble

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: ədôrəbəbəl

Sentence: Katie's cats, Fatty McButterpants and Furbucket are adorabubble. Fatty's greatest talent is to roll over on his fatback and purr when his ample belly is scratched. Fur will sing for her supper and she sings often. If breathing were a conscience effort, they would both be long gone.

Etymology: adorable (inspiring great affection; delightful; charming) + bubble (an air- or gas-filled spherical cavity in a liquid or a solidified liquid such as glass or amber)

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COMMENTS:

Very adorable names & a great word. - splendiction, 2009-04-23: 16:45:00

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Bignoramut

Created by: splendiction

Pronunciation: big nor a mut

Sentence: Sally’s bignoramut’s main activity was to wait by the door for her. Unfortunately, one day the big stupid fat dog lay too close to the door when Sally burst inside her apartment. “Bonkraashunch”! “Dawling! I’m sorry!” Sally cooed apologetically. “Thump thump thump...”

Etymology: From IGNORAMUS, BIG and MUT.

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Animaltruistic

DrWebsterIII

Created by: DrWebsterIII

Pronunciation: an-a-mul-tru-is-tik

Sentence: It's not that I expect Teenie to bring me my slippers when I get home from a long shift, but it would be a nice switch from her usual animaltruistic ways to not have to cater to her

Etymology: N.E. (uws)

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COMMENTS:

Animaltruistic...I get it! an altruistic animal :)~ Great word Drwebsterill! - abrakadeborah, 2009-04-24: 04:51:00

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Adorablob

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: ədôrəbläb

Sentence: Wes thinks he owns a cat. He is wrong. That thing that eats cat food, purrs when scratched is not a cat at all. Cats are barely domesticated creatures that hunt mice and other small critters. Cats are agile and light of foot. Wes’ pet is none of these. What he has is an adorablob, a cute, treat eating, litter soiling lump of fur with the about as much ambition of a sofa cushion. Last week Wes had to trap and remove a mouse that was starting to establish a nest on Fatty McButterpants’ belly.

Etymology: adorable (inspiring great affection; delightful; charming) + blob (an indeterminate mass or shape)

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COMMENTS:

karenanne "Fatty McButterpants"! That's great! ...Although it reminds me of NJ Governor Christie, who is not so cuddly.... - karenanne, 2010-11-05: 13:15:00

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Meaowron

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: meee ow rohn

Sentence: Tiddles was such a meaowron that while chasing a fly, he fell out an upstairs window into a cement mixer, enveloping his nether regions in quick drying cement. "What a catassatrophy", thought Luigi

Etymology: meaow, moron

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COMMENTS:

Two great verbotomies! Roared with laughter! - silveryaspen, 2009-04-23: 09:56:00

Loved it! Perhaps the cement could be casst in bronze for posteriority? - readerwriter, 2009-04-23: 10:47:00

Cute...is tyhis a concrete way to neuter cats? - Nosila, 2009-04-23: 19:26:00

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Charmideous

Created by: silveryaspen

Pronunciation: charm id E us

Sentence: He rescued the mixed-breed bassett from the phound. The poor mutt had long, matted, hair, desperately in need of shampooing and clipping, along with a frighteningly ugly, part boxer, part schnauzer, part pugly, face ... earning him the name of Scrunge Bob Scare Pants ... so charmideous he was a blessing in disguise!

Etymology: HIDEOUSLY, CHARMING = CHARMIDEOUS. // A pound for hounds is a phound. // Pug ugly is pugly.

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COMMENTS:

Love it! Scrunge Bob Scare Pants -ha, what a tail. If I had a Bassett, I'd call it Angela! - Nosila, 2009-04-23: 19:24:00

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Pettedplant

karenanne

Created by: karenanne

Pronunciation: pet ed PLANT

Sentence: Her dog Mimado usually lay around the house like a pettedplant, and today was no exception. "Oh, smoochiepoochie!" she exclaimed fondly as her dog pet-ter-pattered over and settled down in her lap for one of his 3-hour naps. The fact that Mimado was now almost 90 pounds was beginning to weigh on her, both literally and figuratively. But she had created this monster, and now she was being hoisted by her own pet-ard.

Etymology: potted plant + pet

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COMMENTS:

great word - galwaywegian, 2010-11-06: 06:13:00

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