Verboticism: Gloopcoma

'This donut is so good!'

DEFINITION: v. To enjoy, or derive physical pleasure from, the eating of sweets and other sugared substances -- often leads to over-consumption. n. Pleasure derived from the consumption of sweets.

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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: PAYST-reh-nyz

Sentence: Elmer and his wife Sadie are clearly in total joy as they pastrinize following meals and even between meals as they gorge themselves on sweets of just about any sort.

Etymology: Blend of 'pastry' (sweets, dessert) and the suffix '-ize' (to act, carry out or take on a quality)

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Created by: Auxilizz


Sentence: They were obsereved in compulsuming whatever on the table that evening.

Etymology: = compulsive consumption; verb: to compulsume; noun: compulsumption.


Don't you mean compulsuming? To compulsume would be the verb... no? - thedreness, 2006-12-15: 03:03:00

Thanks, you are right. Edited. - Auxilizz, 2006-12-15: 06:13:00


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Created by: Javeson1

Pronunciation: gloo-KOH-ver-in-DULL-chay

Sentence: steve! cut out that glucoverindulce right now! we have guests over!!!

Etymology: glucose+over indulge+ dolce :)

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Created by: verndo

Pronunciation: Big Sheug O

Sentence: Oh my god, that pie just gave me a bigshuggoh!

Etymology: Big Sugar (Sug) Orgasm (O)

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Created by: Adamson

Pronunciation: Dey-lec-ta-vo-rous

Sentence: This donut is so delectavorus, I could eat a whole box.

Etymology: delectable+voraciousness.

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Created by: sodium

Pronunciation: Glook-tun-ny

Sentence: Angela suffered from such severe gluctony that she could not even walk past a donut shoppe without spending over $50 and gaining 5 pounds.

Etymology: Glucose + Glutton

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Created by: annanas

Pronunciation: sweet/over

Sentence: If you continue sweetovering you will look like a pig!

Etymology: sweet + over-consumption

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Created by: tpm01

Pronunciation: sack-a-rido-fila


Etymology: saccharide meanining a basic carbohydrate such as a sugar and phila meaning love

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Created by: jennypenny210

Pronunciation: gluhtinuhs-maxihmuhs

Sentence: eating sweets to your heart's content to the EXTREME


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Created by: sirotski

Pronunciation: glu:komania


Etymology: sugar > grape sugar > glucose, sugarmania=glucomania

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