Verboticism: Petagree

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Created by: metrohumanx

Pronunciation: PETCH-you-LACKS

Sentence: His name was Anfernee- loveable boob! Not really more than a fuzzy food tube. Out on a ledge, too fat to turn round… He sat there and cried, and hoped to be found. Chewed his way into a couple food sacks- Now he’s dozing away like a real PETULAX!

Etymology: PETUlant+LAX=PETULAX.....PETULANT: characterized by temporary or capricious ill humor, insolent or rude in speech or behavior; Latin or Middle French; Middle French, from Latin petulant-, petulans; akin to Latin petere to go to, attack, seek [1598].....LAX: having loose bowels, articulated with the muscles involved in a relatively relaxed state, deficient in firmness, slack; Middle English, from Latin laxus loose [14th century].


metrohumanx Please have all pets tutored and sprayed. Although some insist that they have the capacity to love, felinisaurs have very little use as "work animals". - metrohumanx, 2009-04-23: 08:25:00

All great word fun, especially your comment above ... how you suit-or and play! - silveryaspen, 2009-04-23: 10:12:00


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Created by: silveryaspen

Pronunciation: charm id E us

Sentence: He rescued the mixed-breed bassett from the phound. The poor mutt had long, matted, hair, desperately in need of shampooing and clipping, along with a frighteningly ugly, part boxer, part schnauzer, part pugly, face ... earning him the name of Scrunge Bob Scare Pants ... so charmideous he was a blessing in disguise!

Etymology: HIDEOUSLY, CHARMING = CHARMIDEOUS. // A pound for hounds is a phound. // Pug ugly is pugly.


Love it! Scrunge Bob Scare Pants -ha, what a tail. If I had a Bassett, I'd call it Angela! - Nosila, 2009-04-23: 19:24:00


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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: ab-DORE-uh-bl

Sentence: Felicity's cheshire cat, Felicity, was twice the size it should have been, was totally without any brain power, and spent most of it's days sprawled out on the sofa sleeping, yet it was irresistibly cuddly, sweet and abdorable.

Etymology: Blend of 'abhor' (to regard with extreme repugnance or aversion; detest utterly; loathe; abominate) and 'adorable' (lovable)

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Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: meee ow rohn

Sentence: Tiddles was such a meaowron that while chasing a fly, he fell out an upstairs window into a cement mixer, enveloping his nether regions in quick drying cement. "What a catassatrophy", thought Luigi

Etymology: meaow, moron


Two great verbotomies! Roared with laughter! - silveryaspen, 2009-04-23: 09:56:00

Loved it! Perhaps the cement could be casst in bronze for posteriority? - readerwriter, 2009-04-23: 10:47:00 tyhis a concrete way to neuter cats? - Nosila, 2009-04-23: 19:26:00


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Created by: readerwriter

Pronunciation: pree-fuhrrd

Sentence: "Who is my Little Man?" the master always asked and then answered, "I am...I'm your Little Man." The L.M. knew it wasn't the dog who had to live outside. He, the Little Man, knew he was prefurred. Who else had people talking for him? Who else got to sleep on every couch and bed in a stream of sunshine throughout every day? Who else got to lick clean every bowl of yoghurt or ice cream? Who else got his ears and neck rubbed until his eyes rolled back in his head? Who else got to manipulate (manipawlate?) to shreds with impunity (impawnity?) every soft coverlet and carpet in the house? No one else--no one, but The Little Man...that's who!

Etymology: Using PREFERRED, meaning to be favored + FUR, meaning an animal skin, hair


You gave us great paws for laughter! - silveryaspen, 2009-04-23: 10:22:00

Just fur laughs... - Nosila, 2009-04-23: 19:21:00


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Created by: DrWebsterIII

Pronunciation: an-a-mul-tru-is-tik

Sentence: It's not that I expect Teenie to bring me my slippers when I get home from a long shift, but it would be a nice switch from her usual animaltruistic ways to not have to cater to her

Etymology: N.E. (uws)


Animaltruistic...I get it! an altruistic animal :)~ Great word Drwebsterill! - abrakadeborah, 2009-04-24: 04:51:00


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Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: lah-dar-ling

Sentence: Unable to take her dogs for a walk, but indulging their cute tricks with special treats, Rotunda ended up with lardarling labradors.

Etymology: lard (fat) + darling (adorable)


Fatastic! - silveryaspen, 2009-04-23: 10:18:00


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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: ədôrəbəbəl

Sentence: Katie's cats, Fatty McButterpants and Furbucket are adorabubble. Fatty's greatest talent is to roll over on his fatback and purr when his ample belly is scratched. Fur will sing for her supper and she sings often. If breathing were a conscience effort, they would both be long gone.

Etymology: adorable (inspiring great affection; delightful; charming) + bubble (an air- or gas-filled spherical cavity in a liquid or a solidified liquid such as glass or amber)


Very adorable names & a great word. - splendiction, 2009-04-23: 16:45:00


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Created by: fabdiva

Pronunciation: dim-yum

Sentence: Linda often wondered why her dimyum always licked himself in front of guests.

Etymology: Dim - stupid or slow to understand. Yum - delicious

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Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: kit-ty-kaun

Sentence: When my feet hit the floor in the morning, Cartman, my kittykhan, is sitting at the foot of the bed staring at me, waiting for me to bring his crunchies for breakfast. Twenty minutes later he scratches the furniture so I will let him out. Twenty minutes later, he yowls for me to let him in. He is now ready to spend the day putting lovely decorative fur on my clothes and furniture. My kittykhan is absolute monarch of the home and I, like a pavlovian experiment, will not only obey, but will cuddle and coo like a new grandmother. Yeesh!

Etymology: (wordplay on kittycat) kitty: pet name for cat + khan: imperial medieval rulers of mongol, persian and turkish tribes

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