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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Sucrohedonism

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Sugarholism

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Eatahisteria

Created by: LenhardtLac

Pronunciation: ejt-a-hs-terja

Sentence: Look at that fat fudge-packer, he's eating like crazy, he sure does have an eatahisteria!

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Candevour

Created by: Amerie

Pronunciation: can-dee-vow-r

Sentence: Tom couldn't walk past the bakery without the urge to candevour everything in sight.

Etymology: candy + devour

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Sugarushed

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Created by: ubgrud

Pronunciation: shoo-ga-rusht

Sentence: I was so sugarushed I was bouncing off the walls.

Etymology: sugar rush as a verb.

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Yuminate

Created by: schubig

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Etymology: It is a mixture of yum and ruminate.

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Carborgasm

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Prolardinate

Created by: Pipeski

Pronunciation: Pro-lard-in-ate

Sentence: The prolardinator's motto: leave nothing for tomorrow which can be eaten today.

Etymology: procrastinate + lard

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Gluttfestery

Created by: krisynxkhaos

Pronunciation: glutt-fest-er-ee

Sentence: We are very gluttfestery people.

Etymology: glutt as in glutton. fest like festival ery because i felt like it.

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Gullifetisweet

Created by: elenas

Pronunciation: gull-ee-fateesh-sweet

Sentence: your habit to gullifetisweet has to stop!

Etymology: from the word glutton, fetish and well.. sweet.

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