Verboticism: Hiwaydum

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Hikerchick

Created by: rombus

Pronunciation: hi - kur - chik

Sentence: Betty had recently became a hikerchick... She walked everywhere, even in places where only vehicles should be allowed; but no one could stop her.

Etymology: play on bikerchick also hiker and chick.

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Hiwaydum

Created by: Bughunt

Pronunciation: hi (rhymes with high) - way - dum

Sentence: The person was waiting for the man clearly expressing hiwaydum character to get out of the way. Though the food anagrism didn't help.

Etymology: HI + WAY + DUM. Root words: highway, high, way, dumbo, dumbness, dum

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Deadestrian

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: ded est reee an

Sentence: the deadestrian must have been an outofhisheadestrian to try crossing there.

Etymology: pedestrian dead

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Vehikele

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: vēhīkəl

Sentence: G.P. loves to hike, but not like most people. He likes to hike on highways. He is a regular no-motor vehikele. He feels he has as much right to be there as the next guy, maybe more. Sure his tax dollars have helped pay for the roads but the tickets and fines he has paid for his hobby should certainly count for something. They should also put him at the front of the "I don't learn too quick" line.

Etymology: vehicle (a thing used for transporting people or goods, esp. on land, such as a car, truck, or cart) + hike (a long walk, esp. in the country or wilderness)

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COMMENTS:

metrohumanx Hahaahaha! Nice. - metrohumanx, 2009-03-02: 06:10:00

nice word - Jabberwocky, 2009-03-02: 10:18:00

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Dumblethrough

Created by: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: Dum-bull-threw

Sentence: Shmoe went walking one day and realized he was starving! As he was walking he noticed a blister on the heel of his foot and he was too tired to go inside the burger joint. So, he walks up to the drive through and cuts in line in front of the cars. Thelma at the drive through could not believe this jerk would do such a "Dumbelthrough" act at the drive through.

Etymology: To be dumb and cut through in front of others. (no manners)

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Dysanthropdiaterra

Created by: rianna

Pronunciation: dis-an-thow-pa-dat-erra

Sentence: The dysanthropdiaterra walked through the road with out even looking both ways because he felt he had the right of way.

Etymology: dys-bad anthrop-man, human dia-through, across terra-land

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Megaperpoly

Created by: ryan14

Pronunciation: mega-purp-aly

Sentence: look at this megaperpoly holding up the line with his dumb questions!

Etymology: roman

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Ignorambulator

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: ig-nor-AM-buhl-ayt-ehr

Sentence: Seemingly unaware of traffic laws or of the fact that he was impeding traffic as well as endangering his very life, Norman continued on, the unmindful ignorambulator, leaving cursing motorists in his wake.

Etymology: : Blend of 'ignoramus' (one who is lacking knowledge or information as to a particular subject or fact) and 'ambulator' (One who walks about; a walker)

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Hemicerebro

Created by: 536633

Pronunciation: heh-mee-ser-ee-bro

Sentence: "That brainless guy walking in the middle of the street is a regular hemicerebro!"

Etymology: "hemi"- half or partly, "cerebro"- brain

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Incerebrdemi

Created by: emnbrock

Pronunciation: in-sar-a-bruh-demi

Sentence: That person who just jumped off a bridge is an incerebrdemi.

Etymology: in- not, without; cerebr- brain; demi- people

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