Verboticism: Acumeander



Created by: petaj

Definition: n. An out-of-body, or out-of-brain, experience which occurs when faced with a demanding intellectual challenge. v. To lose your train of thought while trying to demonstrate your intellectual prowess.

Pronunciation: ack-you-mee-anda

Sentence: Cinnamon's special topic on mastermind was "spices in Asian cuisine". Once the timer started and the host began asking questions, she began to acumeander. She could no longer think straight and mixed her cardamon with her cumin and the galangal with the ginger.

Etymology: acumen (keenness of mind) + meander (wander around, get sidetracked)

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Comments: Acumeander

Nosila - 2009-04-16: 02:12:00