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DEFINITION: n., A person who exudes confidence and a strong offensive odor. v., To be blithely yet resolutely unaware of one's own odors.

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Created by: metrohumanx

Pronunciation: OB-lih-vile

Sentence: Victor was a real OBLIVILE. Although he worked in an old factory, he never missed a chance to pass up a shower. Constantly surrounded by a pungent mephitis, most folks assumed a dead ungulate was buried nearby. At the company picnic, Victor was reekinatus- even when we sat downwince of him. His stencharoma began to repugnegrate on us all, and when Shirley adressed him as "BacteriOllie", Victor was fetadamant...claiming the deadly vapours were not his to control. Aloof, unswayed and unwashed, Victor the OBLIVILE will always retain a top ranking in the annals of aromagression.

Etymology: OBLIVious+vILE=OBLIVILE (n) OBLIVIOUS:lacking active conscious knowledge or awareness especially of one's shortcomings or odours.....VILE: disgustingly or utterly bad;physically repulsive-Middle English, from Anglo-French vil, from Latin vilis.


Oblivile oblada life goes on bra Lala how the life goes on - Jabberwocky, 2008-09-02: 13:54:00

metrohumanx Victor was also known as the "Bromodro-BRO" - metrohumanx, 2008-09-03: 09:17:00


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Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: pong fidd ent

Sentence: His pongfidence was craptivating.

Etymology: confident, pong


pongilicious! - Nosila, 2010-02-01: 18:01:00


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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: nohz-zee-ey-ting

Sentence: Harry doesn't believe in deodorant. He says that people should smell like people. People around him tend to disagree. Unless he has just come from a shower, his mere presence can be noseating.

Etymology: nose (the organ of smell) + nauseating (causing sickness of the stomach)

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Created by: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: Un-smel-er

Sentence: Ralph was known as an unsmeller when it came to his reeking body odor after working out.

Etymology: Un-Smeller- To undo, as in to "unsmell" or so he thinks.

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Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: sten-CHUTZ-pa

Sentence: Bob was a bit of a nidork, blithely unaware of the effect his dyspongnosis had on others. Often he would loudly exclaim: "Here I am again, fragrant as a rose." Frequently office conversations were punctuated by puffs of perfume as this self-assured stenchutzpa sauntered by. Even the suggestion that he should take up "Pong Shui" was meet with the usual response of "no sweat." But when he resolutely declared that he didn't come down in the last shower his fellow workers could take no more.

Etymology: Stench & chutzpa; boldness, brashness, gall, effrontery, Nidork (nidor & dork); Dyspongnosis: condition of bad smell; Pong shui (shoo away the pong)


Anuddergudun! - Scrumpy, 2007-10-02: 08:58:00


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Created by: Batavier

Pronunciation: Smell-fident

Sentence: Jim was a smellfident guy. You could smell him from miles away, but he was very self-assured

Etymology: Smell + Confident

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Created by: ErWenn

Pronunciation: /ˈfɪləˌstɪŋk/

Sentence: The culture in the U.S. is such that we've become quite sensitive to body odors, so it takes a true philistink to blissfully remain odorous in the face of wrinkled noses, backpedaling, and flat-out insults.

Etymology: From philistine (a person who is lacking in or smugly indifferent to cultural values, intellectual pursuits, aesthetic refinement, etc.) + stink (a strong, offensive smell)


I'm not actually sure how many people are familiar with the word "philistine," and it's just not as funny if you have to look up the definition. - ErWenn, 2007-10-02: 01:40:00

petaj I got it straight off. Good one. - petaj, 2007-10-02: 08:29:00

great word ErWenn - it conveys the appropriate attitude as well - gets my vote - Jabberwocky, 2007-10-02: 12:48:00

There's a strong sense about it. Sentence so true. Excellent - OZZIEBOB, 2007-10-02: 18:45:00


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Created by: logarithm

Pronunciation: faul-faek-shEn


Etymology: Foul - offensively malodorous. Olfaction - the faculty of smell

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Created by: hooterbug

Pronunciation: man-fyüm

Sentence: Lori detected an overwhelming blend of her husband Ron's manfume and her dog Spiffy's sweat on the newly re apholstered sofa cushion. Damn their morning jogs! DAMN THEM!!!!!

Etymology: Man + Perfume


metrohumanx Hahahaha! Thank you for this one. It sonds strangely Japanese for some reason. - metrohumanx, 2008-09-02: 12:22:00


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Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: oh/der/dey/shuhs

Sentence: Her odordacious boss shows up for work every day direct from the gym and doesn't change his workout clothes all day. This odordaciousness exudes not only a strong business sense, but an employee nonsense.

Etymology: odor + audacious


Good blend. - OZZIEBOB, 2007-10-02: 18:14:00


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Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-10-02: 00:01:00
Today's definition was suggested by IneffableDawn. Thank you IneffableDawn! ~ James

lumina - 2008-09-04: 00:51:00
Oooooo...I get so excited when I win! I'd like to thank...of course parents...for without them I wouldn't be here...the academy of agent...oh wait, I don't have one...(music starts to play me out)OH! There's that music!!! Um...and...Well, I guess this means...You LIKE me...You really, really LIKE me!

lumina - 2008-09-04: 07:27:00
Hey...hours ago it said "I" won. ? Oops...never mind... *blush*

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2010-02-01: 00:21:00
Today's definition was suggested by OZZIEBOB. Thank you OZZIEBOB. ~ James