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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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Freatcode

Created by: iluvenglish

Pronunciation: freet-cod

Sentence: she always freatcodes in front of her boss

Etymology: friend, cheat, cheat code

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Dispalomime

hooterbug

Created by: hooterbug

Pronunciation: dis/pal/o/mime

Sentence: My dispalomime Suzy cant keep her trap shut when we are at the office. I dont want anyone to know we go out after work because everyone considers Suzy to be a floozy. Well, she IS one but Suzy always attracts lots of men when she goes out and theres always an extra wingman for me.

Etymology: Dis (to show disrespect for; affront) + Pal (intimate friend; comrade; chum.) + Pantomime (conveying emotions, actions, feelings, etc., by gestures without speech.)

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COMMENTS:

funny - Jabberwocky, 2008-09-23: 10:20:00

Love it! - Nosila, 2008-09-23: 12:42:00

good word. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-09-24: 05:49:00

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Snubordinate

Created by: lumina

Pronunciation: snub/or/din/it

Sentence: On the weekends Tiffany and Becka could be found shopping, lunching and looking for love at the hottest clubs together. Becka didn't mind at all that come Monday she was nothing but Tiffany's snubordinate. "Tiff" promised once she got the keys to the Management lounge, they could...well, that she'd get fresher pastries, after work, outside, in the parking lot, around the corner and two blocks down.

Etymology: Snub: To ignore or behave coldly toward; slight. Suborninate: Belonging to a lower or inferior class or rank; secondary.

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COMMENTS:

She should be brought up on charges of insnubordination. - Mustang, 2008-09-23: 08:16:00

snubbery = opposite of snobbery?? very nice word - yellowbird, 2008-09-23: 18:34:00

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Cooleague

petaj

Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: cool-eeg

Sentence: Cheryl is so friendly on the weekends but come Monday morning she treats my like a cooleague.

Etymology: colleague + cool

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Nontoktomise

Created by: brimuth

Pronunciation: non - tock - too - m - eyes

Sentence: The Supervisor's nontoktomise approach to her supposed best friend in the office, upset and annoyed those who witnessed the effect it had on her.

Etymology:

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Sorpe

Created by: FreakoSpeako

Pronunciation:

Sentence: The lady sorped her friend for her job.

Etymology:

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Differfriendsheaint

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: Differ-friend-shee-aint

Sentence: She would always calmly and coldly differfriendsheaint between personal and professional relationships.

Etymology: Different friend she is not

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Amighost

Created by: Kyoti

Pronunciation: Ah-mee-gohst

Sentence: Janice and Sylvia glanced surreptitiously at the copy machine while tapping a finger on their respective phone receivers to indicate they would meet at 1pm to exchange client information and catch up on office gossip while making xeroxes of company memos. To the untrained eye, it would be difficult to discern that they were actually good amighosts.

Etymology: Amigos: friends + ghosts: invisible visitors.

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Cubedestfriend

Created by: zavijava

Pronunciation:

Sentence: My cubedestfriend was so serious about keeping our friendship secret that if she needed advice at work, she'd go to the bathroom and call me at my desk.

Etymology: cubicle+clandestine+friend

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Slymatize

lwidmer

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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Comments:

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