Verboticism: Confectionitus

'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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Sweeddict

Created by: missparaguay1991

Pronunciation: -Sweed/ -dict

Sentence: Jonathan is a sweeddict you can see the sugar behind his nails and everything. He cannot make love to me if I'm not covered in chocolate! Manchester SweedAIDs Research Centre suggests the sweeddiction might have not cure.

Etymology: Sweeddict (n.) -swee/ from English sweet + dict/ from English addict. Family Tree: Sweeddiction (n.)

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Jellophilia

Created by: Daddaluma

Pronunciation:

Sentence: Bill always chalked up his morbid obesity to an acute case of jellophilia, but really, he just eats too much and doesn't get enough exercise. What a pig.

Etymology:

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Sucrophoric

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: su - kro - for - ik

Sentence: Lisa became sucrophoric when she bit into Aunt Dodie's fresh Apple Pie with the sugar cookie crust. She felt that she might be overcome with joy as the cinnamon and sugar syrup spread across her palette.

Etymology: Sucrose, Euphoric

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COMMENTS:

makes my mouth water, too! - Nosila, 2009-08-06: 01:14:00

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Sugagism

Created by: kingb

Pronunciation: sjoogaagism

Sentence: Such a shame of that sugagism....

Etymology: Derives from sugar and of diseases, which often end with "ism's". meaning: Liking sweets like crazy!

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Glucomania

Created by: sirotski

Pronunciation: glu:komania

Sentence:

Etymology: sugar > grape sugar > glucose, sugarmania=glucomania

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Jamcramming

Created by: wysware

Pronunciation: jam-cram-ming

Sentence: I guess from all those empty donut boxes that you've been jamcramming again

Etymology: jam (sweet sugary substance) cram (to overfeed)

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Overcose

Created by: trer9

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Sentence:

Etymology:

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Sucroglutopulsive

Blackcloud

Created by: Blackcloud

Pronunciation: Sook-row-gloo-toe-pul-siv

Sentence: He's such a sucroglutopulsive person, he'll never lose weight.

Etymology: sucro from sugar, gluto from gluttony, pulsive from compulsive.

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Bonbombed

Created by: Wriiight

Pronunciation:

Sentence: I tried to take her to a nice restaraunt, but by the time desert came she got totally bonbombed.

Etymology: fr. bonbon, a sweet. See also bonbondage: torturing oneself with sweets that you won't let yourself eat.

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Monsugare

Created by: kokorin

Pronunciation:

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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