Verboticism: Caneac

'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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Sweetsterbation

Chunk01

Created by: Chunk01

Pronunciation: sweet-ster-BAY-chun

Sentence: I often indulge in a some furious sweetsterbation when the Krispy Kreme donuts come around the office

Etymology: Sweet+masturbation=sweetsterbation

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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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Humperglumble

Created by: shunt

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Incandyesce

Jangliss

Created by: Jangliss

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Sentence: For example: Jim was incandyescent with delight at his jaffa cake.

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Sugarse

TripleT

Created by: TripleT

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Sentence: I know Maverick sugarses very often - he's becoming fat.

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Glucgasm

simon1081

Created by: simon1081

Pronunciation: gluc-gasm

Sentence: The police officer was enjoying the donuts so much he was having a glucgasm

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Devourecstasy

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: dee vower eks tasee

Sentence: Dieter and Denise dated at Dunkin Donuts daily and displayed devourecstasy doing a daily diet of delicious, dainty donuts and denying their dependence on delectable, desirable dining dalliances.

Etymology: Devour (enjoy avidly;eat greedily;eat immoderately) & Ecstasy (Intense pleasure;A state of emotion so intense that a person is carried beyond rational thought and self-control;A trance, frenzy, or rapture associated with mystic or prophetic exaltation.)

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Sweetonism

Created by: wilhelmg

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Sentence: She suffers from an extreme case of sweetonism.

Etymology: sweet + hedonism

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Glucophile

Created by: oohisay

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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Sucrabsorb

arianell

Created by: arianell

Pronunciation: SOOK-rub-soarb, alternatively sook-rub-SOARB.

Sentence: The raspberry filling leaking out of the donuts gave Lucy an overwhelming desire to sucrabsorb them.

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