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DEFINITION: v.To be so obsessed with your own cleverness and wittiness that you don't listen to what anyone else is saying, let alone understand them. v. A person who is obsessed with their own wittiness.

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Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: e-go-twit

Sentence: Mark was such an egotwit that no one could stand to be around him, especially at parties. He would try so hard to impress everyone with his cleverness that he would end up making a fool of himself.

Etymology: egotist: show-off; know-it-all + wit: cleverness, humorous + twit: a foolishly annoying person

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Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: fun/nee/da/men/tal/ist

Sentence: Sam was a funnydamentalist who's wit was the cornerstone of his very being. He constantly had himself in stitches although sadly no one else found him amusing.

Etymology: funny + fundamentalist (sticks to inherent belief)


I believe! - jrogan, 2009-07-17: 06:28:00


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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: prēˈäkyəproud

Sentence: Harry is so preoccuproud that he refuses to sign up for any but his own Twitter feeds. After all, how could he possible learn anything from anybody who is far less clever than himself.

Etymology: preoccupied (dominate or engross the mind to the exclusion of other thoughts) + proud (feeling deep pleasure or satisfaction as a result of one\'s own achievements)


another subtle excellent word - Jabberwocky, 2009-07-17: 12:27:00


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Created by: rikboyee

Pronunciation: wild-thing

Sentence: As he finished flipping through the scrapbook of his most humourous Tweets. he realised he was becoming quite the wildething

Etymology: Oscar Wilde, Wild Thing


You make my heart sing! - Nosila, 2009-07-17: 10:18:00


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Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: sell - f - ry - et - us

Sentence: Charlie's selfriotous behavior was getting on everyone's nerves. He constantly goofed around while others were talking. Fashioning himself to be the next Charlie of Rickles, he was in his own world of gags, tricks and jokes that only he thought were funny.

Etymology: self, self righteous, riotous (In a manner that causes uncontrollable laughter)


We are amused... - Nosila, 2009-07-17: 10:16:00


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Created by: quippingqueen

Pronunciation: wit/snit

Sentence: He threw a little "witsnit" when he learned he hadn't been given the Dazzling Daemon of the Day award.

Etymology: An American English expression meaning an extreme state of agitation or angst when not being able to have one's way

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Created by: wordygrrrl

Pronunciation: ego-wild

Sentence: The egowilde chortled at his own jokes so loudly he could not hear anyone else speak.

Etymology: egotistical character wild about themselves as Oscar Wilde was reportedly

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Created by: xMelody

Pronunciation: rep-er-tee-go, -tey-go.

Sentence: He's suffering from an oversized reparteego.

Etymology: repartee; ego

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Created by: qwerty



Etymology: auto = self, phasia from aphasia

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: in fars yu ay ted

Sentence: Art Fulretort was the office wag. He was clever enough and could be very droll in his assessments of people and events. He had always been the class clown in school and now had a broader audience on which to practice his comedy craft. He was so full of confidence that his humor was better than others that he entered the America's Got Talent Contest. So infarceuated was he with his schtick that he failed to hear the 3 judges bang their red X buttons in record time and the audience boo him off the stage. Art's not going to Vegas...

Etymology: Infatuated (obsessed with; marked by foolish or unreasoning fondness) & Farce (a comedy characterized by broad satire, wit and improbable situations)

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- 2006-11-16: 07:11:00
Vanwitty is a good one.

- 2006-11-16: 10:11:00
The sentences need more profile -- they are as amusing as the words: The egowilde chortled at his own jokes so loudly he could not hear anyone else speak.

franke franke - 2006-11-16: 19:11:00
Nice one Bjorn!

queeny - 2006-11-17: 14:11:00
I wish I could change my vote. sometimes I vote to early in the day. I want to change my vote. please. ps. great colourful cartoons. I love to see them printed up on a shirt or something.

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2009-07-17: 00:05:00
Today's definition was illustrated by Franke James. Thank you Franke. ~ James