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DEFINITION: v. To offer unquestioning support and enthusiasm, when perhaps, some "constructive criticism" would be more helpful. n. Support which is given without restraint or consideration.

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Created by: egonschiela

Pronunciation: sen-se-bull

Sentence: Although James was thrilled with the discovery that earthworms contained life-sustaining properties, his lab. partner's proposal required a fair bit of sensibull discussion.

Etymology: sensible (of good sense, reason) + bull (foolish talk)

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Created by: chadfust

Pronunciation: Thin-courage-ment

Sentence: Garth's marijuana-induced ideas were worthy of only thincouragement.

Etymology: Thin + encouragement

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Created by: chofu67

Pronunciation: ven ear ate

Sentence: The pundits on Fox readily veneerated W's latest plan to send additional troops into Iraq.

Etymology: veneer (skin deep) + rate

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: spen coor aj

Sentence: Joe's buddies helped spencourage him to follow his dream and give up all for a pipedream that would wipe him out financially in 2 months. With friends like that...who needs enemies?

Etymology: Spend (pay out money) & Encourage (support,influence)

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Created by: mickey666

Pronunciation: blair-to-bushism

Sentence: "Yes", fawned Tony, pandering to the president's desire to invade another Middle Eastern country. Blairtobushism was rampant.

Etymology: The sycophantic postering witnessed in US and UK politics.

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Created by: idavecook

Pronunciation: BACK-PAT-ER-OR

Sentence: Harold's always so nice. He really came thru as my backpateror when I started my hampster milk empire.

Etymology: A good ol Pat on the Back + Awesomer + Terminator

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: skeem spir ay shun

Sentence: Wilbur & Warren had always supported Wayne by being his schemespiration for all his crazy ideas and plans. True friends would have played Devil's Advocate and pointed out the shortfalls of an idea. Unfortunately these three friends shared a brain and someone forgot it at home today!

Etymology: Scheme (an elaborate and systematic plan of action;a statement that evades the question by cleverness or trickery; a plan fraught with trickery or deceit) & Inspiration (a product of your creative thinking and work;(theology) a special influence of a divinity on the minds of human beings)

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Created by: ubgrud

Pronunciation: sup-port-a-side

Sentence: When Jill announced that she was having her nose reduced for the fifth time her husband showed his full supporticide.

Etymology: support + homocide

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Created by: quippingqueen

Pronunciation: champ/pee/on

Sentence: To champeeon his cause was akin to raining on his parade, but what was he to do with such an outrageous idea.

Etymology: vulgar verb variation of "champion"

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Created by: minnowchurch




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