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DEFINITION: v. To share information without understanding the difference between what should be public, and what others consider to be private. n. A person who doesn't know what not to say.

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Created by: sweetclarity

Pronunciation: t-ah-sit-less.

Sentence: That's tacitless!


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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: grin dis kreet

Sentence: Ralph had no class. How his poor wife Rhonda put up with him so long, no one knew. Ralph could not only not keep a secret, he felt the need to laugh about everything private in their lives. He chortled over their finances to friends; jested about his wife's cooking, her weight, her mother,and he guffawed over their sex life. He was grindiscreet. One day Rhonda blew a gasket, choked him with the dog's leash and ran off with Vinny, the pool boy because Vinny was vindiscreet.

Etymology: Grin (a facial expression characterized by turning up the corners of the mouth; usually shows amusement) & Indiscreet (lacking discretion; injudicious;good judgment or sense;revealing too much information)

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Created by: jedijawa

Pronunciation: my-space-ism

Sentence: Tina suffered from myspaceism in that she was not wise in the information that she should keep private.

Etymology: myspaceism comes from the fact that so many people don't seem to get that some things should not be shared on

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Created by: lebeast

Pronunciation: blab-ah-rea

Sentence: His blabbarrhea got so out of control they were forced to ball gag him, dress him in leathers, and banish him to the basement (pit).


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Created by: fanoog




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Created by: Carla

Pronunciation: dim-wit-uh

Sentence: Luckily, Lucy's friends now knew that she was an incorrigible dimwitter. Ever since Lucy had announced Beatrice's chlamydia to the neighbours, no-one shared their confidences with her.

Etymology: dimwit + witter (to chatter or babble pointlessly)

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Created by: maxxy

Pronunciation: BLURT-ih-car-ee-ah

Sentence: Jim's wife endured his blurticaria until he told her mother exactly how they broke the heirloom dining room table.

Etymology: blurt + urticaria (i.e., hives)

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Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: in/dis/creh/tin

Sentence: He was such an indiscretin that his girlfriend considered having his tongue surgically removed - but she loved french kissing too much

Etymology: indiscretion + cretin


Hey Jabberwocky, Just noticed this word today! Great one! - wordmeister, 2007-01-15: 10:04:00


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Created by: mickey666

Pronunciation: phonetic

Sentence: His nonconformidentiality guard having been weakened, he blurted out the truth behind his relationship with her mother

Etymology: Nonconform = to do the unwanted confidentiality is broken by the non conforming

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Created by: GreatRandew

Pronunciation: Fla-pi-mouth

Sentence: He had a bad case of flappymouth so nobody told him anything.


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chris - 2007-01-08: 13:54:00
good word

wordmeister - 2007-01-08: 22:50:00
Hey Chris, Which word did you like?