Verboticism: Sucromania

'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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Sucromania

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Sucromania

Created by: Guthlaf1

Pronunciation: SOO-krow-MAYN-ee-ah

Sentence: He had been diagnosed with sucromania as a young boy, and had never really recovered.

Etymology: sucro - from the common sugar, sucrose mania - an obsession beyond all reason

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- Guthlaf1, 2006-12-16: 01:08:00

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Oversweet

peroon

Created by: peroon

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Gluttonousmaximus

Created by: jennypenny210

Pronunciation: gluhtinuhs-maxihmuhs

Sentence: eating sweets to your heart's content to the EXTREME

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Sucrobsessed

Created by: aleclair

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Sentence: The sucrobsessed man decided it was his prime duty that weekend not to repair the car, but to acquire a pound of Hersheys' Kisses.

Etymology: Sucrobsessed is an adjective. The verb form is sucrobsess, and the noun form is sucrobsession. The word is derived from sucrose, the scientific name for sugar - and obsess.

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Stuffle

Created by: tangledupinblue

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Sentence: I stuffled way too much yesterday--I can never look at cupcakes again.

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Confectionoration

Created by: Ochiee

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Etymology: confection + adoration

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Maximunching

Created by: allwise

Pronunciation: maxi-munch-ing

Sentence: Catarina was quite full, but it tasted so good, and there was only half the bowl left of goodies, so she maximunched the rest, but ended up exploding when eating the last paper-thin chocolate wafer.

Etymology: Maxi: Norwegian chain of stores + Edvard Munch: some Norwegian artist

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Sacchariate

Created by: maxxy

Pronunciation: sah-CARE-ee-ayt

Sentence: Jim could even sacchariate over pictures of pastries.

Etymology: saccharin + verbal ending

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Engulfering

Created by: xshadowswimmer08x

Pronunciation: engulfering

Sentence: he was disgustingly engulfering down those chocolates.

Etymology: engulfing foods.

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Oversweeterate

Created by: lily4420

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