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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Sugarjockey

Created by: jedijawa

Pronunciation: shu-gar-joh-key

Sentence: Bill was sugarjockeying the danish tray at the conference yesterday.

Etymology: riding a sugar binge = sugarjockey

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Glucophile

Created by: symemac

Pronunciation: gloo-co-file

Sentence: Robert's such a glucophile; he ate that entire box of candy, and washed it down with a litre of chocolate syrup.

Etymology: a combination of glucose and the greek 'philo' denoting a liking of what is specified.

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Yumminess

Created by: cookiedoughmix

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Orgasmeat

Created by: zagovorich

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Sweetenfruede

Created by: sfts2

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Venderate

Created by: lev123

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Sweetsweeting

Created by: valan

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Sentence: Sweetsweeting leads to obesity.

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Americonsumption

Created by: hulkling

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Sugarasm

Created by: camel

Pronunciation: Sugar-asm

Sentence: The mere thought of peanut-butter monopoly after a round of Crisco twister is enough to make me sugarasm forthwith.

Etymology: Sugar, orgasm

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Sucrophoric

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: su - kro - for - ik

Sentence: Lisa became sucrophoric when she bit into Aunt Dodie's fresh Apple Pie with the sugar cookie crust. She felt that she might be overcome with joy as the cinnamon and sugar syrup spread across her palette.

Etymology: Sucrose, Euphoric

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COMMENTS:

makes my mouth water, too! - Nosila, 2009-08-06: 01:14:00

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