Verboticism: Slaveheart

'Why were you looking at that girl?'

DEFINITION: n. A person who wants to monopolize all of someone's love and tries to prevent them from sharing it with others.v. To monopolize someone's love.

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Smotherlove

Created by: TJayzz

Pronunciation: Smuth-er-luv

Sentence: Margaret was so paranoid that Jeff would leave her for a younger model, that she would smotherlove him every time a woman was within a 3 metre radius.

Etymology: Smother(to suffocate,eg: to smother with love.) Love(to cherish or adore) = Smotherlove

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Sin-wat

Created by: vonnegut

Pronunciation: sin-wat

Sentence: "As your husband, I'll want all your love for myself." She stared at me with widening eyes. "A sin-wat!"... "I will not marry a sin-wat." She stood. "Goodbye." "Good-bye?" I was crushed.

Etymology: Created by Kurt Vonnegut Jr., for Cat's Cradle, published in 1963.

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Commandearest

metrohumanx

Created by: metrohumanx

Pronunciation: KOM-un-DEAR-est (pronounced with a hint of derision)

Sentence: Sarah was a “loosie”-she would vector with the nearest...... But HUGHOG Jane’ll permaglom ya….. She’s a COMMANDEAREST!

Etymology: COMMANDEER: to take arbitrary or forcible possession of, to compel to perform emotional service, to seize for military purposes; Afrikaans kommandeer, from French commander to command, from Old French comander 1881.....DEAREST: term of affection indicating extreme love, posessiveness,or psychic ownership of someone, ownership of something which carries the burden of being the most costly of it's particular price range; Middle English dere, from Old English dēor pre- 12th century

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COMMENTS:

metrohumanx http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/games/bloxorz - metrohumanx, 2009-11-03: 02:15:00

wonderful word - mweinmann, 2009-11-03: 07:52:00

One feels compelled to vote for this word. - Nosila, 2009-11-03: 12:09:00

metrohumanx Compelled or pressganged? - metrohumanx, 2009-11-03: 19:29:00

Well done! Reminds me of that twisted, controlling "mommy dearest" figure in film. - splendiction, 2009-11-03: 21:22:00

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Monopoleyes

Created by: serendipity9000

Pronunciation: mon-op-oh-lies

Sentence: She wants to monopoleyes me - I am not allowed to look at anyone else.

Etymology: monopoly (exclusive rights to sell something) + eyes (implying you can only look at one person). Also a play on the word monopolize.

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Porcamor

Created by: Ellemorpheus

Pronunciation: Poor-sah-more

Sentence: His porcamor girlfriend never let him go out with his friends on Saturday nights.

Etymology: Porc-from porcine or piglike Amor- love

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Themissus

Created by: Bulletchewer

Pronunciation: the-miss-iss

Sentence: Heff wanted to spread the love, amongst other pestilences, but themissus was adamant that they were "meant to be together" and some other soppy nonsense.

Etymology: Because it's pretty much the normal behavior of women who think not being a sex-object appeals to men.

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COMMENTS:

Obvious? Maybe the themister works too. - Stevenson0, 2007-04-17: 12:56:00

See sexist etymology (just below the word "nonsense") for rebuttal. - Bulletchewer, 2007-04-17: 13:12:00

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Subjudater

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: sub joo day ter

Sentence: Francine was definitely a subjudater when it came to men. She would chase them until they caught her and then like a superpower invading a weaker country, she would overthrow their free will and declare them as one of her possessions. Men were helpless in bending to her will and surrendering their arms (and legs and brains and freedom of choice). Once she had captured them, she would raid their treasuries, embargo their contact with other females and enjoy watching them shrivel into spineless, needy lovesick shells. Once the thrill of the hunt faded for her, she would move on and go in pursuit of new territories to conquer. Yes, Francine was Plunder Woman; one of the Pillage People; A Raidy Lady; A Booty School Dropout;A Cuter Looter; The Liking Viking; Felon of Troy;A Brigand Teen; An In-laws Outlaw; A Raidin' Maiden; A Passion Pirate Queen...Just lock up your menfolk!

Etymology: subjugate(make subservient; force to submit or subdue or bring under bondage)& subdue(suppress or hold within limits and control)& dater (a person who has a steady social or love relationship with another)

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COMMENTS:

great story - Jabberwocky, 2008-06-24: 16:14:00

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Occupassion

Created by: rebelvin

Pronunciation: OCCUpy+PASSION

Sentence: Almost leech-like, she was consumed with being my occupassion, even closely following my eyes trying to see what or who I was looking at, besides her.

Etymology: OCCUpy+PASSION

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Amogarchy

Created by: ErWenn

Pronunciation: /ˌæməˈɡɑɹki/

Sentence: We told him that his significant smother wasn't really controlling enough to constitute an amogarchy, but it was just a foma.

Etymology: from amo- (romantic love) and -archy (government)

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COMMENTS:

Significant smother works better than amogarchy, which I'd have as "a system of rule by lovers"- a truly scary notion. Still, the sentence alone is worth a vote. - Bulletchewer, 2007-04-17: 13:17:00

Thanks, and I agree that "significant smother" is better, but I never like having to cram two-word terms into a one-word entry. - ErWenn, 2007-04-17: 14:05:00

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Sin-wat

Created by: vonnegut

Pronunciation: sin-wat

Sentence: "As your husband, I'll want all your love for myself." She stared at me with widening eyes. "A sin-wat!"... "I will not marry a sin-wat." She stood. "Goodbye." "Good-bye?" I was crushed.

Etymology: Created by Kurt Vonnegut Jr., for Cat's Cradle, published in 1963.

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