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'Please do not talk to me while we are in the office.'

DEFINITION: v., To ignore a "friend" at work because you don't want anyone else to know that you are friends. n., A co-worker and secret "best friend" with whom it is best to keep your friendship confidential.

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Created by: DaddyNewt

Pronunciation: ee/gal/i/tard

Sentence: With her pleasant demeanor and slow wit, Connie was the perfect egalitard.


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Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: com/rad/slip

Sentence: Our friendship vaccilated between comradeship and comradeslip when the upper management were within earshot.

Etymology: comradeship + slip


i like your sentence :) - Lidipop, 2007-10-25: 10:37:00


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Created by: Juny1

Pronunciation: cul-int-i-mate

Sentence: During the meeting the were have a culintimate conversation.

Etymology: colleague + intimate

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Created by: Lolagrrl

Pronunciation: Know-soss-ee-ate

Sentence: You can't tell by the way he dismisses my ideas but the AD of Marketing is a nosociate of mine... Really... He is.

Etymology: No - not, nyet, negatory, nunca + Associate minus Ass - as in "a$$hole" but the ass is still there, it's just silent


Funny etymology! - purpleartichokes, 2007-10-25: 11:38:00

Hahaha! Thanks! :D - Lolagrrl, 2007-10-25: 12:36:00


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Created by: Katie

Pronunciation: con-afil-iate

Sentence: I know we are friends but i cant conafiliate with you in public.

Etymology: con+afiliate

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Created by: mryder

Pronunciation: chat / fa-h / foe

Sentence: Molly wandered passed Cindy gloomily, as she remembered that she was Cindy's chatfauxfoe, and that it was only acceptable to talk to her after work.

Etymology: Chat -ORIGIN shortening of CHATTER Faux- — ORIGIN French, ‘false’Foe-— ORIGIN from Old English, hostile; related to FEUD.

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Created by: iluvenglish

Pronunciation: freet-cod

Sentence: she always freatcodes in front of her boss

Etymology: friend, cheat, cheat code

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Created by: SteveMB1959

Pronunciation: Pal-no-pal-ism

Sentence: At weekends she's my pal, then weekdays she's not. Pal, no pal. (Part-time friend)

Etymology: Meaning pal (friend) some days, not a pal other days.

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Created by: lwidmer

Pronunciation: SLY mah TIZE

Sentence: "Sherri was nearly caught slymatizing with Helen by the fax machine."

Etymology: From the Greek "sly" meaning doing something your mother shouldn't know about, and the Australian "mate" meaning a friend or chum who would hold your hair back while you throw up.

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Created by: NeuroGlyph




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Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-10-25: 03:07:00
Today's definition was suggested by remistram. Thank you remistram! ~ James

lumina - 2008-09-25: 12:01:00
"Yay!" :)

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2010-02-22: 00:05:00
Today's definition was suggested by remistram. Thank you remistram. ~ James