Verboticism: Cardiopoli

'Why were you looking at that girl?'

DEFINITION: n. A person who wants to monopolize all of someone's love and tries to prevent them from sharing it with others.v. To monopolize someone's love.

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Unclehoneybags

playdohheart

Created by: playdohheart

Pronunciation: unk-el-hun-e-bag-s

Sentence: Monica knew Zoltan was a total unclehoneybags when he asked her to stay at his place and have a "snugglefest" instead of attending her mother's 84th birthday party.

Etymology: "Uncle Moneybags" - the little guy in the top hat from Monopoly, and "Honey" - an affectionate nickname for a significant other

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Eronopaliser

Created by: Bandgor

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Sin-wat

Created by: vonnegut

Pronunciation: sin-wat

Sentence: "As your husband, I'll want all your love for myself." She stared at me with widening eyes. "A sin-wat!"... "I will not marry a sin-wat." She stood. "Goodbye." "Good-bye?" I was crushed.

Etymology: Created by Kurt Vonnegut Jr., for Cat's Cradle, published in 1963.

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Jealouse

karenanne

Created by: karenanne

Pronunciation: JEH louse

Sentence: Lydia couldn't take it anymore. If she answered her cellphone, Mark would be right there, obviously listening to her side of the conversation. If she didn't take the call, he would "casually" say, "Hmmm... I wonder who was calling?" He would pretend to be doing tasks nearby whenever she was on e-mail, but she knew he was really trying to read over her shoulder. For a while she had thought his possessiveness was sweet, but now she realized he was just a jealouse. It was the same age-old story, except now with technology added.

Etymology: jealous + louse

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COMMENTS:

perfect word! - Nosila, 2009-11-03: 12:10:00

I agree! - splendiction, 2009-11-03: 21:14:00

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Occupassion

Created by: rebelvin

Pronunciation: OCCUpy+PASSION

Sentence: Almost leech-like, she was consumed with being my occupassion, even closely following my eyes trying to see what or who I was looking at, besides her.

Etymology: OCCUpy+PASSION

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Sin-wat

Created by: vonnegut

Pronunciation: sin-wat

Sentence: "As your husband, I'll want all your love for myself." She stared at me with widening eyes. "A sin-wat!"... "I will not marry a sin-wat." She stood. "Goodbye." "Good-bye?" I was crushed.

Etymology: Created by Kurt Vonnegut Jr., for Cat's Cradle, published in 1963.

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Mugwuv

Created by: Alchemist

Pronunciation: MUG-wub

Sentence: When Clarence scolded her for kissing her brother, Serena knew he was a mugwuv, and told him to take a hike.

Etymology: mug-to steal, wuv, mugwump

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Domimator

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: dom/i/mate/or

Sentence: Because of Jenny's insecurities, when she is in a relationship she needs to be a total domimator. She domimates to the point of completely controlling and smothering Joe, her boyfriend.

Etymology: DOMIMATOR - noun - from DOMINATOR + MATE

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COMMENTS:

I think I dated her way back when. - Mustang, 2008-06-24: 08:17:00

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Wildoatstamer

petaj

Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: wild-oats-tamer

Sentence: Rufus was a renowned oats cultivator, but after meeting Dora, an honest to goodness wildoatstamer, he confined his sowing to his own farm.

Etymology: wild oats (sharing ones love around) + tamer (as in lion tamer, someone who deals with wild things)

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Reindear

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: rayn - deer

Sentence: Elizabeth is a veritable reindear, keeping her fiancé, Duke, on a very short leash, seldom letting him out of her sight and dominating most of his time thereby making sure that other women were kept at bay.

Etymology: Blend of rein (means of controlling) and dear

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COMMENTS:

like it - Jabberwocky, 2008-06-24: 16:13:00

Love it...is she also a care-ibou? You sleigh me! - Nosila, 2008-06-24: 20:25:00

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