Verboticism: Eronopaliser

'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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Erotocentric

Created by: suzanne

Pronunciation: eer -ott- oh -sent-rick

Sentence: she dropped her coffee on him in an eroticocentric attempt to get him to forget Angelina was in the room.

Etymology: Eros- god of love and lust centric - centred on focused on.

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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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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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Clingoring

Created by: emmyb2

Pronunciation: cling-a-ring

Sentence: Suzie is nothing but a clingoring; I'd recommend you stay away from her.

Etymology: cling + ring

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Ballsermina

Created by: porsche

Pronunciation: balls/ur/mee/na

Sentence: Jill kept Stew on a very short leash and told any interested persons that Stew's ballsermina

Etymology: ballerina + balls are mine

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I like the fact that at first glance, this word looks dainty, delicate, and dancing; totally contrary to the demon it actually is. Good job! - purpleartichokes, 2007-04-17: 18:03:00

Wow - thanks Purpleartichokes - high praise from a verbotomy guru - porsche, 2007-04-18: 09:21:00

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Eronopaliser

Created by: Bandgor

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Restraintionship

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Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: re-strain-tion-ship

Sentence: At first he thought Jill was perfect but Jack soon realized that he was in a restraintionsip and it was going to be hard to break free of her control. Seeing her in her black leather boots, though, he had to admit that there was something about the shock collar that excited him.

Etymology: restrain: to hold back or keep in control + restraint: the condition of being restrained + relationship

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Jealeash

Created by: Javeson1

Pronunciation: jell-leish

Sentence: I tend to be a very jealeash girlfriend.

Etymology: jealous (jealous girlfriend) + leash (likes to keep her man on a short leash)

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Kisswurst

Created by: thefreewheeler

Pronunciation: kiss worst

Sentence: I thought Mandy would be cool about me chatting with my old co-worker Lyndsy, but she turned out to be a real kisswurst.

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Leashentious

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: leash/en/shush

Sentence: Sally was so leashentious that she bought her boyfriend a special choker that was electronically hooked up to her earrings so that she could monitor his behavior. This way she could prevent him from having illicit leashaisons.

Etymology: leash + licentious

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Good one...you need to get them into Walmart for Christmas! - Nosila, 2008-06-24: 20:28:00

good word;like the story too. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-25: 06:41:00

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Insecuramorata

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Created by: hooterbug

Pronunciation: /in/seh/kyoor/a/mah/rah/ta

Sentence: Gina smiled as she passed by the couple walking towards her which earned the poor guy that grinned back at her a thump on the forehead by his insecuramorata.

Etymology: in·se·cure = subject to fears, doubts, etc.; not self-confident or assured: an insecure person+ Inamorata comes from Italian innamorata, feminine of innamorato, from the past participle of innamorare, "to inspire with love," from in- (from Latin) + amore, "love" (from Latin amor, from amare, "to love"). A man with whom one is in love is an inamorato.

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interesting - Jabberwocky, 2008-06-24: 16:11:00

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