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'Who wants a white christmas?'

DEFINITION: To imagine that you are peace dove, or maybe a pigeon, flying high above the crowd and dropping your best wishes on everyone.

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Created by: cannibalgymnastics




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Created by: Hobart


Sentence: Sitting in the park on a bench, looking at all of those stuck up attractive women, I quickly became contemptlative, considering them screaming ten feet below my flight of doom.

Etymology: Contempt and Contemplative

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Created by: Pyrophyle




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Created by: walkingdistraction

Pronunciation: def-ih-cate-ide-ing

Sentence: Those jolly pigeons are deficatiding all over my freshly washed car! Happy Holidays to you too!

Etymology: deficate+tiding (as in: tidings of good cheer)

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Created by: stormee

Pronunciation: BOW-EL-EYE-ZING

Sentence: As I flew over the masses, I used the baptism of bowelizing.

Etymology: To release certain fluids of joy over a crowd or group of people.

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Created by: ElBuro

Pronunciation: HIF-ee-GIS-TIK

Sentence: "She stared at the sky with a look of hiphigistic pleasure on her face."

Etymology: Don't ask.

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Created by: neilly

Pronunciation: cogno-col-om-bo-amo-pax-scatus

Sentence: Roger was sick to death of rude shoppers who had forgot the meaning of Christmas, so he went for a coffee and day-dreamed about a wilful act of cognocolomboamopaxscatus.

Etymology: cogitare (latin, to think or imagine); columba (latin, dove); amo (latin, love); pax (latin, peace); scatus, sounds a bit like scat.

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Created by: Baruch




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Created by: Partario

Pronunciation: Crap-ti-z

Sentence: That bird gave me such a craptize

Etymology: From teh word crap - to excrete and from Surprize - to shock

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Created by: wniffene

Pronunciation: Soar-fuh-cate

Sentence: This crowd is getting on my nerves I wish I could soarfecate on all of them.

Etymology: Soar+Defecate

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Deadpanlives Deadpanlives - 2006-12-18: 12:55:00

camel - 2006-12-18: 13:38:00
All these nouns & adjectives really irk me; in fact, I'm escafating at the thought of you nounoticists & adjectivists.

ErWenn - 2006-12-18: 13:45:00
This may be a case of a definition carrying too much content. Why the imagining? Why not "To drop your best wishes on everyone, as a peace dove or pigeon"? Or maybe just "To poop on someone, as a dove or pigeon"? You can always elaborate the circumstances in the little comic (which always amuses me, by the way).

ErWenn - 2006-12-18: 13:46:00
I like the new set-up as far as it hides voting results and rankings and how it randomizes the words, but it'd be nice if I could get a list of all the words submitted. Otherwise, I keep hitting "More..." over and over again, just in case I missed one randomly.

gwenaverill - 2006-12-18: 14:51:00
Definitely. Also, I'm having a hard time finding the results now, even for words I've already voted on.

gwenaverill - 2006-12-18: 14:53:00
You know something else that might work well? Have a time window for submitting verboticisms and a different time window for voting on them. For example, we submit the definitions of this word all day today, and then new words cannot be created, and tomorrow we vote on all the entries at the same time as we create the next verboticism. It would cut down on the "early bird" syndrome in voting.

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2006-12-18: 17:05:00
Hey ErWenn and Gwenaverill, Thanks for your comments! We are in the early days of the game so we appreciate your suggestions. We will make a complete list verboticisims available, and we are workinfg on the timing. Thanks ~ James