Verboticism: Sucralivate

'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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Hypersaccharinize

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Glucosophilia

anemone

Created by: anemone

Pronunciation: glue-coso-fill-ia

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Gustagasm

Created by: Alchemist

Pronunciation: goos-ta-gas'm

Sentence: The sushi was so tasty I nearly had a gustagasm there and then

Etymology: Gustatory - pertaining to the sense of taste. Orgasm - characterized by strong feelings of pleasure

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Sweetoxima

Created by: anacani

Pronunciation: sweet- tox- ima

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Sweetle

Created by: antonhere

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Sweetophilia

Created by: humbug

Pronunciation: [swi:toufilie]

Sentence: He suffers from sweetophilia.

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Sugasm

Created by: Flixst

Pronunciation: shu'-gasm

Sentence: This cake is so good I had a sugasm.

Etymology: sugar+orgasm

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Sweeteasure

Created by: Pumka

Pronunciation: sweet-easure (like pleasure)

Sentence: It's a great sweeteasure to eat this donut.

Etymology: sweet+pleasure

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Sucrophatic

Created by: pjlilley

Pronunciation: Sook-ro-FAT-ic

Sentence: My husband gets incredibly sucrophatic around the holidays.

Etymology: sucrose (sugar), philic (to have an affinity for), changed to phat for effect.

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Syruptuous

Created by: kmccardle

Pronunciation: Syrup + chew + us

Sentence: That box of candy was so syruptuous I simply couldn't help myself.

Etymology: Syrup(sweet liquid) - ous(suffix, "full of")

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