Verboticism: Overcandisic

'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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Sacchrilust

Created by: nightchild84

Pronunciation: sack-ri-lust

Sentence: His sacchrilust for candy is unsatiable.

Etymology: Sacchri from sugar combined with lust

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Oversweeterate

Created by: lily4420

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Deinsulinate

Created by: Pappt002

Pronunciation: dee-in-su-len-ate

Sentence: When I am depressed I tend to deinsulinate until I feel like I'm going to burst!

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Spasmodeet

Created by: Dormin87

Pronunciation: Spaz-mod-eat

Sentence: He ate so many jelly cream donuts with extra icing, he became spasmodeet

Etymology: spasmodic + sweet

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Smoof

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Created by: jwalter32

Pronunciation: SMOOF

Sentence: Embarrassed, Marianne left the room, leaving Roger alone smoofing his ice cream.

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Transphilosecreatism

Created by: neilly

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Fructosy

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: frook tow see

Sentence: George loved anything sweet, particularly sweet fruits, especially those in liquid form. He was mad about madeira, sanguine for sangria, a muscateer for muscatel and okay for tokay. Even the next days wrath of grapes was worth it for the sense of fructosy he could achieve.

Etymology: Fructose (a simple sugar found in honey and in many ripe fruits) & Ecstasy (a state of elated bliss)

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Exaggereat

Created by: Terrorvomit

Pronunciation: eg-zaj-er-eet

Sentence: He tends to exaggereat when he gets nervous.

Etymology: exaggerate + eat

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Devourecstasy

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: dee vower eks tasee

Sentence: Dieter and Denise dated at Dunkin Donuts daily and displayed devourecstasy doing a daily diet of delicious, dainty donuts and denying their dependence on delectable, desirable dining dalliances.

Etymology: Devour (enjoy avidly;eat greedily;eat immoderately) & Ecstasy (Intense pleasure;A state of emotion so intense that a person is carried beyond rational thought and self-control;A trance, frenzy, or rapture associated with mystic or prophetic exaltation.)

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Sweetoverdose

Created by: SlRf24

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Sentence: Sue had a sweetoverose yesterday!She could't stop eating chocolate donuts!

Etymology: Sweet+Overdose

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