Verboticism: Hmmhomer

'This donut is so good!'

DEFINITION: v. To enjoy, or derive physical pleasure from, the eating of sweets and other sugared substances -- often leads to over-consumption. n. Pleasure derived from the consumption of sweets.

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Suglutoney

Created by: traceysayed

Pronunciation: Shuh-glut-oh-knee

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Chumching

Created by: zoltan

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Sentence: I was chumching my cotton candy.

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Edipleasure

Created by: currentlyinsolitude

Pronunciation: ed-ee-plee-sure

Sentence: She edipleasured the donuts so much she got a stomach ache

Etymology: Italian

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Glucosophilia

anemone

Created by: anemone

Pronunciation: glue-coso-fill-ia

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Sugarevel

Created by: sklinemo

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Sentence: She was sluggish and queasy after her wild morning of sugarevelling at the neighborhood donut joint.

Etymology: sugar + revel

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Physiogluciton

Created by: Zheyyy

Pronunciation: Phy-sio-glu-ci-ton

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Etymology: Physio - Physical Gluc - Glucose, other sugar products ton - Glutton

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Philoglucophagy

Created by: morganfrost

Pronunciation: fill-o-GLOO-ko-fa-ji

Sentence: He claimed that his weight problem was hormonal, but everyone knew it was a combination of indolence and philoglucophagy.

Etymology: Philo=love/Gluco=sugar/phagy= eating

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Escamour

Created by: deadlight

Pronunciation: ESK-uh-mor

Sentence: Look at that man in the restaurant! He must have escamour or something.

Etymology: Esca, the latin word for food. Amour, the French word for love. Simply means a "love of food," but used in a more extreme sense.

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Gluttness

Created by: elvira

Pronunciation: glatnes

Sentence: Gluttness, gluttness.. USA is the world of gluttness!

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Gluteny

Created by: johnnyrockett

Pronunciation: Glue-tany

Sentence: He continued to eat ice cream directly from the container to the point of gluteny.

Etymology: Combination of gluttony (Gluttony is the over-indulgence and over-consumption of food.) and Glucose (a monosaccharide or simple sugar.)

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