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'Aaahhh! Stop the train! '

DEFINITION: v. To feel stressed and anxious and when your mobile phone runs out of battery power, drops its network connection, or in the worst case, gets misplaced and lost. n. A panic attack caused by an interruption in your mobile phone service.

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Cellparation

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: cell-par-a-tion

Sentence: Kat experienced cellparation anxiety one morning when her blackberry died abruptly in the middle of a tweet. Realizing that she would have to communicate face to face with people, she began to panic and tried to call in a sick day. Unfortunately, she did not have a landline, so she spent the morning cowering in her cubicle until lunch when she could go to the mall for a new cell fix.

Etymology: cell+separation: wordplay on separation anxiety disorder

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COMMENTS:

funny - Jabberwocky, 2009-05-22: 13:10:00

Really good word. - splendiction, 2009-05-22: 21:54:00

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Cellicitous

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: sel is it us

Sentence: Every time Jeanine's train came near a tunnel on her daily commutes, she was overwhelmed with that cellicitous feeling akin to panic. Her fear was that once she lost connection to whomever she was speaking, she would never regain it. Her doctor finally prescribed her with some phonazepam, as much to assist her with her attacks as to improve the quality of her fellow travellers commutes.

Etymology: Cell (cellular phone) & Solicitous (full of anxiety and concern)

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Nophonobia

Created by: diyan627

Pronunciation: no-fn-obia the accent is on OBIA. fn is barely pronounced

Sentence: Despite Lana's nophonobia, ironically, she's always one to lose her phone or accidentally destroy it in odd ways like when she dropped it in her water at Pei Wei as she passed it to Zack.

Etymology: no + phone + phobia (an intense, abnormal, or illogical fear of a specified thing)

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COMMENTS:

Great word! - Mustang, 2008-04-03: 18:59:00

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Telephonecellattack

Created by: balku4

Pronunciation: te=le-fown-cel-la-tac

Sentence: help she is having a telephowncellatack

Etymology: its in the word

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Cellophantism

Created by: biscuitbiter

Pronunciation: cell-o-fan-tis-sm

Sentence: She let loose her cellophantism with loud howls of horror when realised the little battery-shaped icon on her mobile phone display was blinking red.

Etymology:

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Cellyoufrightus

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: sell ewe freye tusss

Sentence: she had all the symptoms of cellyoufrightus, red face, hyperventilation, itchy finger and tunnel vision. They all cleared up once the train left the tunnel.

Etymology: cellulitus cell you fright us

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COMMENTS:

she should have remained cellyoubate! - Nosila, 2010-06-11: 11:55:00

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Distelephobia

lauram22

Created by: lauram22

Pronunciation: dis-tell-eh-fo-b-ia

Sentence: Jenny was overcome with distelephobia when she couldn't find her cell phone

Etymology: dis- lost tele- phone phobia- fear of

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Ultracelloc

Created by: EBalser

Pronunciation: Ultra-sell-lock

Sentence: I was ultracelloc when i lost service while driving to school.

Etymology: ultra-extreme cell-cell phone loc-place A place of extreme cell phone stress.

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Tunamobphobia

Created by: valevans

Pronunciation: ton-a-mo-bee-fo-bee-a

Sentence: Sally suffered from tunamobphobia when she was on a train about to go into a tunnel

Etymology: mob-move phobia-fear

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Necellrosis

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: nuh/cell/ros/is

Sentence: Because of Jenny's complete and utter reliance on her phone, she goes into a state of necellrosis when there is any type of service interruption.

Etymology: cell + necrosis (from Greek nekrosis - becoming dead, state of death) + neurosis

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