Verboticism: Antivocaphobia

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Antivocaphobia

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Potty

Created by: jockeymo

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? - stache, 2008-04-03: 01:36:00

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Cellanxious

Created by: queenjane75

Pronunciation: Sell-aink-shus

Sentence: Some neighbors figured Martha had been cheating on Ed, but really it was her cellanxious dependency to stay within a wireless service area that inspired him to leave her for good and head up to the mountains on a permanent hunting trip. He didn't feel like he was abandoning her as he packed up the jeep; he could see her through the dirty windows, talking on her damn cell phone.

Etymology: Cell+anxious

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Mobilegroan

Created by: Kazizzle

Pronunciation: moh/bull/grown

Sentence: Denise released a loud mobilegroan when she realized her cell phone didn't get service in Europe.

Etymology: "Mobile phone" - a portable telephone and "Groan" - a low, guttural sound of frustration.

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Gophoneoff

Created by: splendiction

Pronunciation: go PHONE off

Sentence: Matty would gophoneoff! completely stark raving mad that her cell momentarily would lose service. Were subways SUPPOSED to go underground!

Etymology: A combination of “GO OFF” or to go mad, and phone.

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Cellabreak

Created by: torontorc

Pronunciation: sell-a-break

Sentence: I was talking to my mom when all of a sudden for no flippin' reason, I had a cellabreak and she was gone.

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Tranxiety

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: trang zye it ee

Sentence: Cella was experiencing it again. That feeling of tranxiety that she only felt while travelling on a train and losing her cell connection. Even if it was only momentarily, she was so addicted to her connections, that being without them, even temporarily, made her feel like a druggie without a fix. The truly sad part was that she was only calling the Weather station to find out the local temperature. It was seriously time for Cella to talk to her tranxichologist about her dependency. What the heck did people do before the onslaught of mobile communications???

Etymology: Transit/transport (to make a passage or journey from one place to another/a state of being carried away by overwhelming emotion;move something or somebody around; usually over long distances)& Anxiety ( a vague unpleasant emotion that is experienced in anticipation of some (usually ill-defined) misfortune;a relatively permanent state of anxiety occurring in a variety of mental disorders)

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Phonecrashing

Suzanne112

Created by: Suzanne112

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Sentence: Your phone doesn't work, you can't help it. Your phone crashes, and you.

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Cellinervosa

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: sell - eh - nerv - oh - sa

Sentence: Judy had a severe attack of cllinervosa when she realized that she had left her phone charger at home and her battery was almost run down. How would she live without live chat, mobile social apps, games and her tunes. These things were what allowed her to survive her workday.

Etymology: Cell (cell-phone) + Nervosa (a nervous disorder)

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Telephonecellattack

Created by: balku4

Pronunciation: te=le-fown-cel-la-tac

Sentence: help she is having a telephowncellatack

Etymology: its in the word

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Celladdict

Created by: stephboo43

Pronunciation: cell-add-ict

Sentence: she is such a celladdict, she can't go 5 minutes without cell phone service.

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