Verboticism: Sugaraholic

'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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Sucorhea

Created by: mickey666

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Sentence: 15 doughnuts, a box of sweets and a large chocolate cake later, she was suffering from sucorhea

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Whitepig

Created by: Madamemojo

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Etymology: The color of granulated sugar

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Bonbombed

Created by: Wriiight

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Sentence: I tried to take her to a nice restaraunt, but by the time desert came she got totally bonbombed.

Etymology: fr. bonbon, a sweet. See also bonbondage: torturing oneself with sweets that you won't let yourself eat.

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Humanature

Created by: Bernmeister

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Sentence: 'John succumbed to a bout of humanature as he polished off the last donut'

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Yuminate

Created by: schubig

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Etymology: It is a mixture of yum and ruminate.

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Ingestamour

Created by: RideN

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Smoof

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Created by: jwalter32

Pronunciation: SMOOF

Sentence: Embarrassed, Marianne left the room, leaving Roger alone smoofing his ice cream.

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Sugumption

Created by: BoneMan

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Compulsumption

Created by: Auxilizz

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Sentence: They were obsereved in compulsuming whatever on the table that evening.

Etymology: = compulsive consumption; verb: to compulsume; noun: compulsumption.

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Don't you mean compulsuming? To compulsume would be the verb... no? - thedreness, 2006-12-15: 03:03:00

Thanks, you are right. Edited. - Auxilizz, 2006-12-15: 06:13:00

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Laventialism

Created by: sebas

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Sentence: "Pigs have laventialism"

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