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Territutorial

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: tar/i/tu/tor/ee/al

Sentence: To set the ground rules straight Sally gave Sam a territutorial.

Etymology: territory + tutorial

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COMMENTS:

Like it--love how your always stick to the defs... - readerwriter, 2009-04-28: 10:41:00

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Beratemate

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: bee-rate-mate

Sentence: At their very own wedding why did she still continue to beratemate him?

Etymology: berate (as in scold) + mate (partner)

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Discombobulationship

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: diskəmbäbyəlāshənship

Sentence: One day they were fiances, another they were boyfriend and girlfriend. A week later, they were just dating. One week his girl wanted to date others, the next she insisted on fidelity. Tom just couldn't keep track of state of this disconbobulationship.

Etymology: discombobulate (disconcert or confuse) + relationship (an emotional and sexual association between two people)

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Fiancearful

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: fee ans eer ful

Sentence: Fred knew he was in for a fiancearful when he introduced Norma as his first wife-to-be.

Etymology: Fiance (a man who is engaged to be married) & Earful (a severe scolding)

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COMMENTS:

ooh - dangerous move - Jabberwocky, 2009-04-28: 13:33:00

-oh no! He's got plans! Maybe Norma won't marry him after all. - splendiction, 2009-04-28: 22:20:00

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Trashlament

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: trash-la-ment

Sentence: Miriam's response to Clarence's criticism of her participation in their romance was nothing short of a harsh trashlament covering a multitude of Clarence's recent remarks.

Etymology: Trash: v. Criticize, rebuke, demean and Lament; v. to express sorrow, regret, or unhappiness about something

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Friendchip

petaj

Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: frend-chip

Sentence: Amy's acquaintances had to be very careful how they referred to their relationship with her as she was known for censorial friendchipping.

Etymology: friendship (relationship) + chip (slang for frequent criticisms as in chipping away at"

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COMMENTS:

nice word! - galwaywegian, 2009-04-28: 08:51:00

terrific - Jabberwocky, 2009-04-28: 13:34:00

She'd be hard to ketchup with... - Nosila, 2009-04-28: 14:48:00

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Ignoramour

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: ig noh ray moor

Sentence: It was a rather painful ignoramour. His "pussycat" turned out to have serious claws!

Etymology: ignoramous. amour

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Torrloqujudicia

Created by: kathleenlarry

Pronunciation: Tore-low-q-ju-de-sha

Sentence: You Torrloqujudiciad our relationship! we are not together, we are just friends.

Etymology: Tort- twist Loqu- to speak Judic- judement

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Overlovelyconfident

Created by: Humphries

Pronunciation: ov-er-luv-ly-con-fid-en-t

Sentence: When you are overlovelyconfident you overstep your bounds in a relationship, like with nicknames.

Etymology: over as in to much love as in love confident as in believing in ones self

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Partnersliplash

metrohumanx

Created by: metrohumanx

Pronunciation: PART-nurr-slip-LASH

Sentence: Loosened by liquor, he let the truth slip- The way he envisioned their relationship. The stink-eye she gave him, Her teeth they did gnash, As she doled out a bone-chilling PARTNERSLIPLASH!

Etymology: PARTNER+SLIP+LASH=PARTNERSLIPLASH......PARTNER: a person with whom one shares an intimate relationship, one member of a couple; Middle English partener, alteration of parcener, from Anglo-French, coparcener.....SLIP: to become uttered through inadvertence, to escape from memory or consciousness; Middle English slippen, from Middle Dutch or Middle Low German; akin to Middle High German slipfen to slide, Old High German slīfan to smooth, and perhaps to Greek olibros slippery.....LASH: to make a verbal attack or retort, to thrash or beat violently, to assail with stinging words; Middle English.

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COMMENTS:

nice little ditty - Jabberwocky, 2009-04-28: 13:35:00

Poetic justice! - Nosila, 2009-04-28: 14:44:00

Partnersliplash is a great word, Manx! - splendiction, 2009-04-28: 22:17:00

Great word there Metro ~ Love your sentence! Hope you're doing well :) Have great weekend! - abrakadeborah, 2009-05-02: 05:24:00

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