Verboticism: Oblivioffend

'Happy Holidays from the North Pole!'

DEFINITION: To offer non-denominational, inter-faith seasonal greetings, which are nevertheless a tad politically incorrect.

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Accostodiate

Created by: torgo

Pronunciation: acost-owe-dee-ate.

Sentence: In response to an excess of political correctness it has become de rigeur to spread accostodiations to all.

Etymology: Accost is to greet someone but not necessarily in a friendly way. And odiate comes from the latin "to hate".

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Winterrify

Created by: ipmcleod

Pronunciation: rhymes with "terrify"

Sentence: There he goes with that mistletoe belt buckle, winterrifying his co-workers.

Etymology: winter + terrify

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Bigamisantilation

Created by: mugwai

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Ecucheermenise

Created by: scrubskip

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Sentence: Paul started to say "Merry Christmas" instead ecucheermenised, "Merry... Holidays"

Etymology: ecumenism + cheer

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Holidizum

Created by: glorfadox

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Politicallyovercorrectness

Created by: BrakX

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Sentence: Man... all this happy holidays stuff instead of Merry Christmas is politicallyovercorrectness

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Holigrate

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Created by: librarian

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Smegmany

Created by: Fittefisk

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Irkgreet

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Created by: grant0

Pronunciation: Irk-greet

Sentence: As I stepped into the Walmart, the greeter irkgreeted me. Eww.

Etymology: Irk and...greet...

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Santaria

Created by: Chapin

Pronunciation: santa-ree-ah

Sentence: The company holiday party is always an exercise in santaria -- why don't they just come out and call it a Christmas party?

Etymology: A play on Santeria, which itself is a blend of faiths, and Santa

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