Verboticism: Overdostoic

'Wait for the perfect pitch...'

DEFINITION: n. A willingness to wait, forever if necessary, for the perfect opportunity. v. To be excessively patient.

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Trancepatience

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: transe payt iens

Sentence: his trancepatience was so effective, he had his own cpr team.

Etymology: trance patience

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Infinatience

Created by: yogiword

Pronunciation: in fin A shince

Sentence: The young mother, despite having the urge to hurry, developed the infinatience to wait for her toddler to discover every dandelion in the park as they enjoyed their daily outing.

Etymology: Congruence of "infinity" and "patience."

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Oppeternity

Created by: rikboyee

Pronunciation: op-ah-turn-it-ee

Sentence: she had turned down every man that had ever asked her out, because none of them were quite right...and by golly even if it took all the oppeternity she possessed... she would eventually find him

Etymology: opportunity, eternity

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Foreverbearance

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: for ever ber ans

Sentence: Doug Out was one of the most patient hitters in the entire Baseball League. His patience was actually a foreverbearance and often drove his team members crazy. He would wait forever for the perfect pitch, but often ended up striking out for his inaction. When asked where he got his patience to act this way, his answer was simple. "Why everyone knows, a diamond is forever..."!

Etymology: Forever (for a limitless time) & Forbearance (good-natured tolerance of delay or incompetence; a delay in enforcing rights or claims or privileges; refraining from acting;exceptional patience & waiting ability)

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Letharjectivism

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Created by: buck180

Pronunciation: leth-ahr-JEC-tiv-iz-um

Sentence: The coach, while watching Billy during practice, realized the boy suffered from letharjectivism which caused him to hold his swing unless the pitch was absolutely perfect, and as a result he would need to cut Billy from the team.

Etymology: A pairing of lethargic (a severe lack of motivation) and perfectionism (striving for the paradigm).

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Ridicusistence

Created by: mana1066

Pronunciation: ree-dick-you-siss-tense

Sentence: People at work thought Dermott's ridusitence was sweet and calm until waiting behind him in line at the water fountain waiting for him to get the "perfect flow" before sipping.

Etymology: riduculous + persistence

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Hyperseverance

Created by: mplsbohemian

Pronunciation: high-PURR-seh-VEER-uhns

Sentence: The two cars waited at the intersection, each waving the other on, resulting in a collision of hyperseverance rather than of cars.

Etymology: hyper- + perseverance

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Ultraprocrastination

Created by: Ahmad

Pronunciation: altra-prau-krsti-nation

Sentence: people with ultraprocrastination have never been men of action.

Etymology: ultra means very hight or excessive one. procrastination means to delay or not taking action.

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Errornoia

Created by: jonobo

Pronunciation: errornoia

Sentence: He was so trapped in errornoia that he never did not do nothing aka he did nothing or didn't do anything in his life.

Etymology: The fear to make errors. Error + Paranoia.

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Idealay

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Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: I-dee-LAY

Sentence: I have no hope of achieving idealay - I just cannot wait until I have developed the acme of verbotocisms to play the game. I delay no longer - here is my humble attempt.

Etymology: I (me) + ideal (perfect) + delay (postponement forcing a wait)

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