Verboticism: Scrumevilantris

'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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Sucrobsessed

Created by: aleclair

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Sentence: The sucrobsessed man decided it was his prime duty that weekend not to repair the car, but to acquire a pound of Hersheys' Kisses.

Etymology: Sucrobsessed is an adjective. The verb form is sucrobsess, and the noun form is sucrobsession. The word is derived from sucrose, the scientific name for sugar - and obsess.

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Physiogluciton

Created by: Zheyyy

Pronunciation: Phy-sio-glu-ci-ton

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Etymology: Physio - Physical Gluc - Glucose, other sugar products ton - Glutton

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Greatable

Created by: Reinventer

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Laventialism

Created by: sebas

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Sentence: "Pigs have laventialism"

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Sacchindulgence

Created by: wordbird

Pronunciation: sak-in-dul-genz

Sentence: He had the biggest gluteus maximus I had ever seen, thanks to his daily sacchindulgence over at the Doughboy Double Dip.

Etymology: saccharine; self-indulgence

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Confectionebriation

Created by: deeho

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Monsugare

Created by: kokorin

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Sentence: I was sick of my boss's orders today. I'm gonna monsugare tonight and wanna forget about it.

Etymology: monster+sugar: the sound 'mon' is similer to that of 'man' in 'manger', which means eat in French.

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- kokorin, 2006-12-17: 05:20:00

This is my first try. Although English is not my mother tongue, I enjoy to create new words in English. I image a monster who is grinning with pleasure after eating lots of sweets. So I want to call the guy on the illustration 'Monsugar'. - kokorin, 2006-12-17: 09:50:00

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Whitepig

Created by: Madamemojo

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Etymology: The color of granulated sugar

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Carbohydratious

Created by: kingofthespill

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Glucosetony

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Created by: jeremiahbritt

Pronunciation: glew-kohz-toh-nee

Sentence: Marcus's glucosetony made him unable to pass Madeline's candy jar with out gorging himself into a diabetic coma.

Etymology: glucose+gluttony

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