Verboticism: Smugstruggle

'See! See! I was right, wasn't I!'

DEFINITION: n., The immense sense of self-satisfaction the one gets from winning a pointless argument. v., To be so addicted to proving yourself right that you argue compulsively, and endlessly, about anything and everything.

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Determinanal

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: de - TER - min - anl

Sentence: Rufus was absolutely determinanal in trying to prove his off the wall theories and opinions.

Etymology: Determined and anal retentive

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What an ending! - silveryaspen, 2008-01-11: 14:38:00

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Argubator

Created by: aubreymsilva

Pronunciation: arg-u-bator.

Sentence:

Etymology:

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Omnibouchelate

Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: OM-nee-Boo-shoor-Leyt.

Sentence: Bob said: "I'm sorting things out now, don't worry; all you need to do is listen and I'll keep it simple so even you will understand." But this one sided discussion was far from finished. He spoke on and on, his argurrhea continuing for a further thousand words, ending with "This is the end of the matter, all that need be said, has been said." He was so addicted to proving himself right that he omnibouchelated compulsively, and endlessly, about anything and everything.

Etymology: OMNI : all, totally, BOUCHE: Fr. mouth; consider embouchure "river mouth, " from bouche "mouth", from L. bucca, lit. "cheek & ELATE: to be happy, joyful;feeling of great joy or pride; high spirits, extreme gladness.

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metrohumanx VERY profound! - metrohumanx, 2008-11-14: 02:38:00

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Argumentalcase

sharktrager

Created by: sharktrager

Pronunciation: ar-gu-MEN-tal-case

Sentence: I lived with an argumentalcase who was so convinced that London was a dangerous city that I shot her.

Etymology: Argumental + mental case

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Pathofutiloser

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: paθəfyoōtloōzər

Sentence: Patrick is such a pathofutiloser that he would argue with the squirrels in the park just to feel that he had won something.

Etymology: pathological (compulsive; obsessive) + futile (pointless) + loser (a person who fails frequently)

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Victoryotiose

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: vik toree o tee ose

Sentence: Chad was an ungracious winner, even in the minor squabbles that he and Victoria had daily. He lied and cheated to prove his victoryotiose superiority. He was so smug after their latest battle over the sharpness of butter knives that he ended up giving her the finger!

Etymology: Victory (win;triumph; a successful ending of a struggle or contest) & Otiose (serving no useful purpose; having no excuse for being; producing no result or effect;useless;pointless)

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Oddified

Created by: CHUKWUSOM

Pronunciation: Dead guy

Sentence: U are dead

Etymology: Ggtds

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Malerckal

Created by: courty3303

Pronunciation: Muh-ler-cal

Sentence: I malerckaled my husband.

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Argulete

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: ärgyoōlēt

Sentence: Sydney has a family full of jocks. He*s not one of them. His forte is arguing. It doesn*t matter what the subject is, he can dredge up more meaningless trivia than anybody in the room. He is a real argulete. If he can*t win with logic, he will wear you down with blather.

Etymology: argue (exchange or express diverging or opposite views, typically in a heated or angry way) + athlete (a person who is proficient in sports and other forms of physical exercise)

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Disputin

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: disˈpyoōtin

Sentence: Victor's detractors referred to him as Disputin. He seemed to revel in any opportunity to jump in on a debate. Whatever opinion someone expressed, he was all too ready to take up the opposing argument. It didn't matter how trivial the point, he would hammer his rival into submission. The only thing worse his assault was the gloating that followed.

Etymology: dispute (a disagreement, argument, or debate) + Rasputin (Russian monk. He exerted great influence over Tsar Nicholas II and his family during World War I known for his powers of elocution)

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Can't argue over a dispute about Rasputin.... - Mustang, 2008-11-10: 06:55:00

Very interesting blend - OZZIEBOB, 2008-11-11: 03:45:00

great word - Jabberwocky, 2008-11-11: 08:01:00

simple yet so meaningful.... - rombus, 2008-11-11: 10:52:00

libertybelle excellent word!! This is one for the dictionary! - libertybelle, 2008-11-11: 12:28:00

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