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Capiloscan

Created by: Adamson

Pronunciation: ca-pi-lo-scan

Sentence: He seemed great, but after a quick capiloscan, I discovered he was a potential serial killer.

Etymology: Capilary+scanning

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Focularnalisis

Deadpanlives

Created by: Deadpanlives

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Doodiligents

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: doo dili gents

Sentence: When Tress was having a bad hair day, everyone knew it. The men in her life learned to stay clear if her ends were split or if her mane problem was her coiffure. They were examples of doodiligents and they knew Tress would cut, tease and brush them off if they cropped her style. They knew the fall out would be permanent and the best treatment was to streak out of her way and not frost her off worse. By extension, the mane reason they liked her was that her locks were to dye for, shorn nuff. Just don't get her dander up...

Etymology: Due Diligence (Investigation and analysis a prudent entrepreneur, owner, executive, or lender does in making business decisions.) & Doo (hair-do)

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Tresstest

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: tress test

Sentence: Monty had figured out that when people had bad hair days, they usually had bad mood days. He called it his tresstest and if you looked like Rapunzel, you would likely be in a good mood, but if you looked like Medusa, you were to be avoided at all costs. The words hair trigger were coined for a reason...

Etymology: Tress (lock of hair) & Test (any standardized procedure for measuring sensitivity or memory or intelligence or aptitude or personality etc); WordPlay on StressTest (a test measuring how a system functions when subjected to controlled amounts of stress)

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Folliculology

anemone

Created by: anemone

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Hairfreak

Created by: kevinrio

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Sentence: She's hairfreaking me out!

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Coifistry

Created by: isopraxis

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Dreadbotic

Created by: Madamemojo

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Etymology: dread+robot+ic

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Hairanalysis

Created by: mike6426

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Rapuzzle

Created by: dekra

Pronunciation: rah-puzzle

Sentence: She presented a new attitude every, with the same golden smile, but a very different rapuzzle. They would watch her from the office window, changing the the tone of their greetings and timbre of their voices based on the level of frizzy topography her locks presented.

Etymology: Rapunzel(Classic fairy tale character with long golden hair) + Puzzle

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