Verboticism: Xtrimaginaphobia

'What's the big deal?'

DEFINITION: n. The unnameable fear which overcomes one when a large silent UFO cruises arrogantly overhead. v. To be frightened by the huge flying objects which exist (for the most part) in your imagination.

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Ufofrighting

Created by: splendiction

Pronunciation: u f o fright ing

Sentence: The most recent of Lunar’s ufofrightings came at the time she was searching through a particularly tangled shrub in her garden for what, we can only imagine. Lunar knew there was something lurking in that gaudy intertwine of Hydrangea/Lilac: she could sense a presence waiting to lunge! She pressed her lips together. Her piercing gaze into the shrub was easily interrupted by, high in the distant sky, a luminescent puck, a ufofrighting! It immediately removed her from her paranoidormal search into the greenery. Lunar tore quickly into her tiny kitchen, double-locked the door, pressed her lips together and fixed a piercing ghaze up into the sky...

Etymology: from ufo sighting and fright - to fear the appearance of an unidentified flying object

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Paranormia

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: par-uh-NOR-mya

Sentence: Felicity was again experiencing a severe bout of paranormia, fearing an assault by imaginary objects from above that only she could see and sense.

Etymology: Blend of 'paranormal' (Beyond the range of normal experience or scientific explanation) and 'paranoia' (A psychotic disorder characterized by delusions of persecution)

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Invisablitations

Created by: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: In-vis-a-bli-tay-shuns

Sentence: Carla was quite the strange one. She often times would speak of "invisablitations" of seeing her cat fly at night and apparitions of things flying around during the day. Nobody ever believed her as she was constantly dodging invisible objects and swatting into thin air at objects nobody else could see. She would scream out loud for no apparent reason...No wonder she thought her cat could fly as it would often leap across the room! Poor Tomcat was constantly startled by Carla's "invisablitationous" outbursts that he was leaping from place to place to get away from her. Carla's best friend Harry often stood in calmness as he watched her scream and swat at invisible objects.

Etymology: Invisible & abilities in action; to flail arms,snort,scream and act out at unknown objects flying around.

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Ultrazarnonished

Created by: tvguard

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Ufobia

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: yoo-foh-bee-uh

Sentence: Ginny has a bad case of UFObia. She is afraid of anything she can't immediately identify that is airborne. Just last week she had a screaming hissy fit when a plastic grocery bag blew her way unexpectedly.

Etymology: UFO (unidentified flying object) + phobia (fear)

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Pianic

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: pee ann ik

Sentence: Digger's screams of pianic inevitably ended in a flat minor

Etymology: panic piano

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Saucerphobia

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: sos er fobe eeya

Sentence: When Susan was outside, she often experienced saucerphobia, that fear of alien invasion that could be disguised as a dark cloud. She also experienced plateophobia when watching baseball and cupophobia when trying on new bras...

Etymology: Saucer (UFO;Flying Saucer) & Phobia (fear of...)

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Doomzdaze

Created by: readerwriter

Pronunciation: doomz-dayz

Sentence: It was 1971 and Inertia was too frightened to go out of doors. Doomzdaze, as well as the haze of smoke from a certain dried flower, hung over her like a cloud--a radioactive UFO-shaped cloud. Lately, even the indoors was terrifying. The Paul Klee prints on the walls were alive and talking to her. "Go to the desert," they said. "Wait for the flying saucers to pick you up." Oh, to have the strength to pack the dried apricots and brown rice in the van! Maybe the Ouija board was right: California is falling into the ocean!

Etymology: From DOOMSDAY, a Day of Judgement + DAZE, to stun, stupefy

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COMMENTS:

nice! - galwaywegian, 2009-03-05: 08:41:00

Thanx...some dayz are certainly better than otherz! - readerwriter, 2009-03-05: 11:28:00

terrific word - Jabberwocky, 2009-03-05: 12:37:00

metrohumanx Hilarious! Makes me miss the festival in Mosport! - metrohumanx, 2009-03-05: 12:45:00

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Alienspsychosis

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: ale + ee + en + si + ko + sis

Sentence: Drew was diagnosed with a severe case of alienspsychosis after he came home complaining about the space creatures who landed in front of his car and made him board their ship. Ever since then, he is terrified to be outside with the night sky and a million stars twinkling above because in that endless surface against which all aerial objects are seen from the earth he sees large silent UFOs cruising overhead...

Etymology: Aliens and Psychosis >> aliens (extraterrestrial being: a form of life assumed to exist outside the Earth or its atmosphere) psychosis (any severe mental disorder in which contact with reality is lost or highly distorted )

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Paranormia

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: par-uh-NOR-mya

Sentence: Wanda was again experiencing a severe bout of paranormia, fearing an assault by imaginary objects from above that only she could see and sense.

Etymology: Blend of 'paranormal' (Beyond the range of normal experience or scientific explanation) and 'paranoia' (A psychotic disorder characterized by delusions of persecution)

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