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'Guess what I'm giving you for your birthday?'

DEFINITION: v. To wear special uniforms and carry around unusual props in order to stimulate social interaction. n. A person who compensates for their lack of personality and weak social skills by resorting to props and costumes.

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Created by: LibbyR

Pronunciation: sat-ire-ical

Sentence: Jim has gone beyond 'ironic' - his nerd-cool specs are totally sattirical.

Etymology: attire (clothes, costume) + satirical (indulging in irony or parody)

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: mərθdāsoō

Sentence: Wesley thought he was putting together a really special, sexy outfit for the upcoming pool party. With his short shorts and **wife beater** he was exposing more pasty white skin than a vat of cracklings. His friends referred to it as his mirthdaysuit, but those were only the ones who weren*t laughing so hard they couldn*t talk.

Etymology: mirth (amusement, esp. as expressed in laughter) + birthday suit (nudity; the clothes you were born with)


mirthologically good word - Nosila, 2010-05-04: 22:13:00


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Created by: Tigger

Pronunciation: /kor-nuh-ment/

Sentence: Eugene, undeterred by his previous failures, showed up at the pub with his latest cornament ― a 2x4 piece of lumber and a tee shirt that said, "Got wood... Looking for beaver."

Etymology: corny - trite, or lacking in subtlety (1930's slang, originally "something appealing to country folk") + ornament - something that decorates or adorns; an embellishment (from Latin, ornare "equip, adorn")


Perhaps he was on beaver patrol. Sorry, I know, it's a bit cornary! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-02-14: 16:39:00

Until I read your sentence, cornament conjured up visions of younicorns! Clever creation! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-14: 18:49:00

HA! LOL sentence! - purpleartichokes, 2008-02-14: 19:24:00

Good stuff. - ErWenn, 2008-02-14: 22:38:00


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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: foe-shun-NUT-ee

Sentence: Willard is an absolute fauxtionutty who will wear anything whether it be bizarre, too brief, inappropriate or just downright idiotic to mask what he considers to be his weak points in both personality and physical appearance.

Etymology: Blend of 'faux' (false, fake) 'fashion' (style or mode) and 'nutty' (dopey, loony, crazy)

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Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: garb/gair/ee/us

Sentence: Colin was garbgarious when he had the appropriate prop in hand, an ipod, or book, or was wearing an outrageous t-shirt in order to break the ice in new situations. Otherwise he slinked along avoiding all contact.

Etymology: garb + gregarious


Clever blend. Seems Col meet with more than a few garbacles! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-02-14: 16:55:00

The ice-breaker angle is very appealing! Very nice verbot! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-14: 18:53:00


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Created by: triangleman

Pronunciation: yoo-nuh-fak-cher

Sentence: He wears a cape to class in order to unifacture a sense of mystery, but it looks silly over a backpack.

Etymology: uniform: an identifying outfit or style of dress manufacture: the making or producing of anything; to invent fictitiously, fabricate, concoct; to produce in a mechanical way without inspiration or originality


Unilaterally good word - Nosila, 2010-05-04: 22:09:00


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Created by: contratempo




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Created by: bambam

Pronunciation: garment/tuous

Sentence: The guy over there was so garmentuous because he wore an orange shirt and rainbow pants

Etymology: garment + spontaneous


Speaks volumes! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-14: 18:57:00


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Created by: andconick

Pronunciation: kar-uht-toh-pee-uhn

Sentence: Jim used more props that Carrot Top, hence he is such a carrottopian.

Etymology: Carrot Top (An American comic, known for his use of props to enhance his stand-up act).

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Created by: 8Revolution8

Pronunciation: poser/rize

Sentence: "Oh no, he's poserizing again!"

Etymology: poser(wannabe) + accessorize


It poses more questions than it answers. Very good word! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-02-14: 17:36:00

Perfect word for actresses and actors ... on and off the stage! Great create! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-14: 18:59:00


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Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2008-02-14: 02:50:00
Today's definition was suggested by zebrahdh. Thank you zebrahdh. ~ James

purpleartichokes - 2008-02-14: 19:22:00
Man, I hope I get a mop for Valentine's Day!

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2008-02-15: 00:10:00
Do you mean a man with a mop? Or a mop with a man? ~ James

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2010-05-04: 00:12:00
Today's definition was suggested by zebrahdh. Thank you zebrahdh. ~ James

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