Verboticism: Autographt

'What are doing to the cubicles!?'

DEFINITION: v. To create an impression that you have made a positive contribution, especially when related to career activities. n. A personal mark or imprint which proves that you have done something that matters.

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Substamptial

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: sub - stamp - shul

Sentence: There were many colleagues who thought Janelle had made a contribution to the last project; just because her intials or name appeared on all correspondence relating to it. The situation was really more substamptial than it appeared....

Etymology: substantial (significant: fairly large), stamp (to mark, or produce an imprint in or on something), sub (short for substitute)

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Good one. - Mustang, 2009-06-16: 00:32:00

Good one. - Mustang, 2009-06-16: 01:16:00

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Kinpression

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: kin pres shun

Sentence: Even though his uncle was a mob boss, Sal always tried to leave a good kinpression on others. Blood is blood and Sal reckoned that the nepotism at his being made would be outshone by the fact that he would do any job given to him. Yeah, he was happy to rub out an obstacle that his uncle felt needed whacked. That's why Sal is still out there being a citizen, secure in the knowledge that his loyalty, silence, thoroughness and relationship are secure. The theory of relativity works for Sal!

Etymology: Kin (family, group of people related by blood or marriage;a person having kinship with another or others) & Impression (a vague idea in which some confidence is placed;a clear and telling mental image)

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Remarkabull

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Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: re-mark-a-bull

Sentence: Johnny's work was remarkabull. He was more interested in impressing his supervisors and coworkers with his abilities than actually doing the work.

Etymology: (play on remarkable) remark: take notice of, observe + mark: evaluation/visible stroke or imprint/impression or outward appearance + able: qualified, capable + bull: attempt to mislead by talking nonsense, first four letters in a vulgarism referring to the excrement of a male bovine meaning unacceptable behavior

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Totally Believabull...worked with many guys like Johnny! - Nosila, 2009-06-15: 14:23:00

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Mycreditation

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: my-cred-eh-TAY-shun

Sentence: Vernon wanted to make sure that everyone knew about his contributions to various programs that succeeded whether or not due to his efforts, and he found ways to engage in mycreditation, managing to put his 'stamp' on paperwork or other things that would surely draw attention toward him.

Etymology: Blend of 'my' and 'accreditation' (to ascribe or attribute to)

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Talkin' 'bout mycreditation (Who said that) - Jabberwocky, 2009-06-15: 13:20:00

The Who's on first... - Nosila, 2009-06-15: 14:17:00

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Intatuate

Created by: stache

Pronunciation: ĭn-tāt'yōō-āt'

Sentence: Dr. Gore's technique for the DNA alteration that caused birthmarks in the perfect shape of the university logo intatuated him with the Board of Regents, assured him instant tenure and got his name on a valuable patent.

Etymology: in tat(too) you 8

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Colophiti

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: kol/uh/fiti

Sentence: John placed his distinctive colophiti on all office collaborative work and memos to demonstrate to his boss that he had personally read and digested all the important information.

Etymology: colophon (printer's distinctive emblem, used as an identifying device on its books and other works) + graffiti (markings, tags, or initials)

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Nascentag

metrohumanx

Created by: metrohumanx

Pronunciation: NAY-sent-AG

Sentence: Twas only a week that he’d worked in our shop- And his legend loomed large though he just pushed a mop. His Achievements were nil, but he still had to brag- So he festooned the halls with his crude NASCENTAG.

Etymology: NAScent+SCENt+TAG= NASCENTAG.....NASCENT: coming or having recently come into existence; Latin nascent-, nascens, present participle of nasci to be born.....SCENT: an odor left by an animal on a surface passed over, effluvia from a substance that affect the sense of smell; Middle English sent, from Anglo-French sente, from sentir.....TAG: a graffito in the form of an identifying name or symbol; Middle English tagge; akin to Middle Low German tagge, tacke twig, spike .

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metrohumanx ARS LONGA VITA BREVIS - metrohumanx, 2009-06-15: 09:18:00

very poetic - Jabberwocky, 2009-06-15: 13:18:00

very good - Mustang, 2009-06-16: 03:15:00

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Factotem

Created by: Nuwanda

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Taggression

Created by: bookowl

Pronunciation: tag/gresh/shun

Sentence: Tommy couldn't control his taggression and tagged everything in sight.

Etymology: tag + aggression + expression

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Protagnate

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: proh-tag-neyt

Sentence: Josh isn't yet the protagnate he would like to be. He may have short-circuited his rise to the top by misunderstanding when his mentor told him that it important to make your mark in the business world. Tagging all of the company's delivery vans with his initials just might come back to bite him.

Etymology: protagonist (the leading character, hero, or heroine of a drama) + tag (to write graffiti) + magnate (a person of eminence or distinction in any field)

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