Verboticism: Convibe

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Emofection

Created by: allwise

Pronunciation: e-mo-fek-shon

Sentence: After being dumped by a post-it this morning, Kate has emofected everyone around with her foul mood.

Etymology: I would prefer emotional Infection, or a latin emopatheogenic maybe, but emofection was more naturally understandable.

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COMMENTS:

petaj emoflection would have been good too -- emotion + deflect - petaj, 2007-01-05: 20:19:00

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Feelocate

Created by: Marli

Pronunciation: Fee lo kate

Sentence: Unfortunately, Mandy feelocated all over George as a result of her boss's unfair demands earlier in the day.

Etymology: Feelings + relocate

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Moodswapping

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: mood - swa - ping

Sentence: Terry was an expert at moodswapping. He would get into an argument with his boss and take it out on his wife. After a wonderful day with his wife, he would be nice to the checkout clerk at the store and so on.... He always carried the most recent interaction on to the next person.

Etymology: mood, swapping

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Demern

Created by: PokieMae21

Pronunciation:

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Transmiffed

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: trans-miffed

Sentence: After her poor performance evaluation, Edna transmiffed her distemper to the next person she saw.

Etymology: transmit(ted): to cause, spread or pass on as in a disease or infection + miffed: petulant bad-tempered mood; huffed -- (distemper-an infectious, viral disease affecting dogs; deranged)

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COMMENTS:

Transmiffologic response! - Nosila, 2009-08-07: 22:23:00

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Psychoport

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: sahy/kuh/port

Sentence: My inability to deal with the immediate situation causes me to psychoport my feelings and emotions to the next person I run into.

Etymology: psychological + transport

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COMMENTS:

That sounds a lot like "psycho-sport". Is that a game you play regularily? - wordmeister, 2007-01-02: 16:06:00

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Collectiveemotions

Created by: GreatRandew

Pronunciation: Col-ec-tive-E-mot-ions

Sentence: Due to her collective emotions, any people that rub her the wrong way leave a negative feeling that propegates.

Etymology:

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Transferlament

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: trans-FER-leh-ment

Sentence: Whenever Sally was hit with negative emotions from her interactions with her mother, which was a very frequent occurrence, she would transferlament, laying all her tears and woes on her boyfriend Frankie.

Etymology: Bland of 'transfer' (to shift something or someone from one place to another) and 'lament' (to feel, show, or express grief, sorrow, or regret)

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Shoutrage

Created by: egonschiela

Pronunciation: sh-out-rayj

Sentence: When my mother phones, it follows that I have to shoutrage my sister to let off steam.

Etymology: shout - usually loud vocalisation! plus rage - emotional state.

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Convibe

Created by: ErWenn

Pronunciation: /k&n-'vIb/

Sentence: Krisna was a very well-balanced person, partly because he would convibe any negativity he received onto his computer. His computer, on the other hand, was just plain miserable.

Etymology: from convey + vibe

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