Verboticism: Sweeddict

'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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Cravebohydrate

Created by: thedreness

Pronunciation: Crave-bow-high-drate

Sentence: When I get that cravebohydrate there aren't enough cake and ice cream servings in the world to suffice this General Cornholio... and Slurpees, yum.

Etymology: Crave "Appetite, or great desire for" + Carbohydrate "Sugars and starches that are the most efficient source of food energy."

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Sugorgy

munki

Created by: munki

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Gluteny

Created by: johnnyrockett

Pronunciation: Glue-tany

Sentence: He continued to eat ice cream directly from the container to the point of gluteny.

Etymology: Combination of gluttony (Gluttony is the over-indulgence and over-consumption of food.) and Glucose (a monosaccharide or simple sugar.)

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Smorgasm

Created by: wniffene

Pronunciation: Smore-gasm

Sentence: Those cookies gave me a total smorgasm.

Etymology: S'more+Orgasm

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Sugcaralateomize

Created by: ShadeWolf

Pronunciation:

Sentence: I'm going to utterly sugcaralateomize this dessert menu.

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Supercandycalorificgivesmehalitosis

Created by: jumpingjack

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Saccharophiliac

Created by: Jonno

Pronunciation: sak/ar/oh/fill/ee/ak

Sentence: Rob was unexpectedly outed as a saccharophiliac when the bag of white powder found in his suitcase tested positive for sherbet.

Etymology: Saccharine(sweet) + Philiac (one that has a tendency towards)

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Candevour

Created by: Amerie

Pronunciation: can-dee-vow-r

Sentence: Tom couldn't walk past the bakery without the urge to candevour everything in sight.

Etymology: candy + devour

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Sugeaters

Created by: kostik

Pronunciation: Shugiters

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COMMENTS:

sugar+eaters meaning those who like sweaties - kostik, 2006-12-15: 01:28:00

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Sugaroticism

Created by: nkdarkshadow

Pronunciation: sugar + (e)roticism

Sentence: His sugaroticism kept him from attending many birthday parties.

Etymology: See pronunciation.

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