Verboticism: Mobilephobia

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Phonozmiac

Created by: Gidaio

Pronunciation: fon-oz-me-ak

Sentence: The phonozmiac screamed, "Stop the train!!"

Etymology: I dunno. Just something that sounded cool. I guess "phone" + "phobiac."

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Imservusphobia

Created by: moontopia

Pronunciation: im-ser-vus-fo-bee-a

Sentence: The crazy and wishing to be youthful woman was stricken with imservusphobia, when her cell phone made the undesirable beep when she was texting her 92-year old mom.

Etymology: im-not servus-sevice phobia-fear

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Cellparation

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: cell-par-a-tion

Sentence: Kat experienced cellparation anxiety one morning when her blackberry died abruptly in the middle of a tweet. Realizing that she would have to communicate face to face with people, she began to panic and tried to call in a sick day. Unfortunately, she did not have a landline, so she spent the morning cowering in her cubicle until lunch when she could go to the mall for a new cell fix.

Etymology: cell+separation: wordplay on separation anxiety disorder

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COMMENTS:

funny - Jabberwocky, 2009-05-22: 13:10:00

Really good word. - splendiction, 2009-05-22: 21:54:00

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Calledsweat

petaj

Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: cawld-swet

Sentence: Madeleine broke out in a calledsweat every time her phone dropped out during a phone call. It started with a ringing in her ears, followed by strange mutterings about how could anyone be dialling when they are pressing buttons and there is no dial in sight. But the most dramatic effect of her calledsweat was the profuse secretion of perspiration from her ears.

Etymology: call + cold sweat

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COMMENTS:

great petaj - Jabberwocky, 2008-04-04: 15:48:00

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Cellophantism

Created by: biscuitbiter

Pronunciation: cell-o-fan-tis-sm

Sentence: She let loose her cellophantism with loud howls of horror when realised the little battery-shaped icon on her mobile phone display was blinking red.

Etymology:

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Impossaphone

Created by: Jessalynne

Pronunciation: im-pass-a-fone

Sentence: Kathy's friend treated her impossaphone by limitting her texting and calling at night.

Etymology: noun-to be unable to live without your phone or cell phone/service

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Krayzeeadictionaphobia

Created by: tituba

Pronunciation:

Sentence:

Etymology:

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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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Motorolapse

Created by: bookowl

Pronunciation: motor/olapse

Sentence: He had a motorolapse and could only be revived by loud ringtones.

Etymology: motorola + lapse

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COMMENTS:

Great word! - purpleartichokes, 2008-04-03: 18:46:00

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Panicell

Created by: scarletzinc

Pronunciation: pah-nee-sayl

Sentence:

Etymology: Panic Cell

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