Verboticism: Cellphobiainterruptis

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Nosigphobia

Created by: ErikLarson

Pronunciation: NO-sig-FObia

Sentence: I suffer from a very serious case of Nosigphobia.

Etymology: No- None Sig- Signal Phobia- Fear of

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Cellohpain

Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: sell-oh-pane

Sentence: Passing through the cellyouvoid tunnel, Sue's cellohpain was plainly written on the furrowed lines of her face.

Etymology: cell (phone), oh, pain

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COMMENTS:

funny - Jabberwocky, 2008-04-03: 13:01:00

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Cellicitous

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: sel is it us

Sentence: Every time Jeanine's train came near a tunnel on her daily commutes, she was overwhelmed with that cellicitous feeling akin to panic. Her fear was that once she lost connection to whomever she was speaking, she would never regain it. Her doctor finally prescribed her with some phonazepam, as much to assist her with her attacks as to improve the quality of her fellow travellers commutes.

Etymology: Cell (cellular phone) & Solicitous (full of anxiety and concern)

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Acellularphobia

Created by: klee66

Pronunciation: a-cell-u-lar-phobia

Sentence: She suffers from acellularphobia

Etymology: Prefix: a-witihout cellular- having to do with mobile phone phobia- fear of

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Loconnection

libertybelle

Created by: libertybelle

Pronunciation: lo-co-neck-shun

Sentence: Debbie was having a peaceful morning until she realized that she forgot to charge her cell phone. She went into a fit of pure loconnection as she panicked over not being able to send texts or make calls for the 2 hours while it charged.

Etymology: loco - spanish for crazy + connection also it is pronounced as "low connection" which could also set off a wave of panic in the cellular dependent

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Wirelessinterruptus

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: wahyuhr-lis-in-tuh-ruhp-tuhs

Sentence: Martha is practically connected to her cell phone. She calls it Bruce and treats it like a boyfriend without the breaking up for no good reason part. She confides almost every detail of her life to her celly. The very thought wirelessinterruptus makes her quiver with angst.

Etymology: wireless (cellular phone) coitus interuptus (a method of birth-control in which a man, during intercourse withdraws)

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Fatalmobia

Created by: ziggy

Pronunciation: fay-tal-mo-bia

Sentence: A panic arising from the threat of imminent disconnection whilst holding a conversation on your cell phone.

Etymology: fatal-dead mo-mobile bia-from phobia

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Ademophobia

Created by: Haydon

Pronunciation: A, Dem O, Phopia

Sentence: The fear of losing conention of others.

Etymology: A- without demo- people phobia- fear

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Cellyoufrightus

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: sell ewe freye tusss

Sentence: she had all the symptoms of cellyoufrightus, red face, hyperventilation, itchy finger and tunnel vision. They all cleared up once the train left the tunnel.

Etymology: cellulitus cell you fright us

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she should have remained cellyoubate! - Nosila, 2010-06-11: 11:55:00

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Tunnaphobia

Created by: sammyclark

Pronunciation: tun-ah-fo-bee-ah

Sentence: to feel distressed and panicy about losing cell phone reception in a tunnel

Etymology:

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