Verboticism: Oddified

'See! See! I was right, wasn't I!'

DEFINITION: n., The immense sense of self-satisfaction the one gets from winning a pointless argument. v., To be so addicted to proving yourself right that you argue compulsively, and endlessly, about anything and everything.

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Obsessattest

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: ob-SESS-eh-test

Sentence: Whenever making any kind of point in an argument or discussion, Calvin would obsessattest at length until his audience would give in whether or not they agreed with him.

Etymology: Blend of 'obsess' (to preoccupy intensely or abnormally obsessed with success) and 'attest' (to bear witness to; certify; declare to be correct, true, or genuine; declare the truth of, in words or writing)

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Compettytive

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: com petti tiv

Sentence: Wayne was a very compettytive person who always had to have the last word. He would argue endlessly about things he knew little about, just so he could win. It was said people just gave in to shut him up...but he never let it end there...he would gloat and brag about how smart he was. It was very annoying. It was this tenacity that got him through Law School and saw him end up successfully litigating at the law firm of Spar, Quarrel, Bicker & Niggle.

Etymology: Competitive (showing a fighting disposition or argumentitive disposition) & Petty (trivial, minor of little importance)

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Omnibouchelate

Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: OM-nee-Boo-shoor-Leyt.

Sentence: Bob said: "I'm sorting things out now, don't worry; all you need to do is listen and I'll keep it simple so even you will understand." But this one sided discussion was far from finished. He spoke on and on, his argurrhea continuing for a further thousand words, ending with "This is the end of the matter, all that need be said, has been said." He was so addicted to proving himself right that he omnibouchelated compulsively, and endlessly, about anything and everything.

Etymology: OMNI : all, totally, BOUCHE: Fr. mouth; consider embouchure "river mouth, " from bouche "mouth", from L. bucca, lit. "cheek & ELATE: to be happy, joyful;feeling of great joy or pride; high spirits, extreme gladness.

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COMMENTS:

metrohumanx VERY profound! - metrohumanx, 2008-11-14: 02:38:00

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Fallowvictory

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: Fa - low - vik - toe - ree

Sentence: It was another fallowvictory for Ted. He had proven to his doubting neighbors that he could back his SUV into the garage blindfolded. It would take the better part of the summer to reconstruct the new family room addition that shared its back wall. Nevermind, Ted thought.... he decided to bask in the satisfaction that he was right, once again.

Etymology: Fallow (cultivated land that is not seeded or productive; undeveloped but potentially useful; condition of being unseeded) + Victory (state of having triumphed; defeat of enemy or opponent)

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love it - Jabberwocky, 2008-11-11: 08:03:00

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Spartner

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: spart ner

Sentence: John always argued with his wife Ginger. He would argue about every and anything. He was so addicted to arguing with her that he was her spartner, not just her partner. Lucky girl...

Etymology: Spar (duel, argue, debate) & Partner (someone with whom you can spar)

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Obsessassert

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: uhb-SESS-uh-sert

Sentence: Whenever he made any kind of point in an argument or discussion Woodrow would obsessassert his views until his audience would cave in whether or not they agreed with him.

Etymology: Blend of 'obsess' (to preoccupy intensely or abnormally obsessed with success0 and 'assert' (to state with assurance, confidence, or force; state strongly or positively)

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Argumentalcase

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Created by: sharktrager

Pronunciation: ar-gu-MEN-tal-case

Sentence: I lived with an argumentalcase who was so convinced that London was a dangerous city that I shot her.

Etymology: Argumental + mental case

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Determinanal

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: de - TER - min - anl

Sentence: Rufus was absolutely determinanal in trying to prove his off the wall theories and opinions.

Etymology: Determined and anal retentive

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COMMENTS:

What an ending! - silveryaspen, 2008-01-11: 14:38:00

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Spattitude

Created by: rombus

Pronunciation: spat - te - toode

Sentence: What excitement swirled around Rhonda was multiplied by her extreme spattitude. She had a gift for creating arguments just to show that she knew more than everyone else. Even if she was wrong, she asserted herself with a forceful attitude of complete belief in her often incorrect "facts" and would go to any length to try to prove that she was right.

Etymology: Spat means to bicker, quarrel or fuss + attitude means state of mind; disposition or way of thinking or acting

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COMMENTS:

Spaticulous word! - Nosila, 2008-11-10: 15:30:00

Excellent - OZZIEBOB, 2008-11-11: 03:48:00

nice - Jabberwocky, 2008-11-11: 08:02:00

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Bicktorious

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: bick-tor-i-ous

Sentence: Jim was a notorious fussbudget and had to be bicktorious in every little squabble, so it became hard to live with him. He bickered with his wife about peanut butter brands and with his friends about golf. He bickered with his daughter about the way she cut bread and the baby about the way he held his bottle. Once he tried to pick a fight with his dog over a pork chop (he won, but it was hard to eat it without lips).

Etymology: bicker: to engage in petty squbbles or arguments + victorious: winning a conflict or struggle

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