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DEFINITION: v., To shed one's skin in an effort to appear younger or healthier. n. The little bits peeling skin caused by overexposure to direct sunlight.

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Regenerdysis

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: re/gen/er/dy/sis

Sentence: To maintain a youthful look in the 21st century, my anti-aging consultant and health specialist, recommends regenerdysis twice a year.

Etymology: regenerate + ecdysis (The shedding of an outer integument, or layer of skin)

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Grandtend

Created by: smstone0413

Pronunciation: Gr-and-tend

Sentence: The woman proceeded to grandtend the skin on her face.

Etymology: Grand- Great Tend- To stretch

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Huskiderm

Created by: Jenna

Pronunciation: huhsk-e-durm

Sentence: My mother went to the Spa for a HUSKIDERM, as she felt it give her a new glow. Two days after being burnt to a crisp by the sun, Sally was leaving bits of HUSKIDERM everywhere.

Etymology: Husk-Epidermis

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Exfoliaged

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Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: ex-fol-ee-aged

Sentence: Instead of looking younger, Lucy's skin was so exfoliaged that she eventually started to look like an antique piece of leather, demonstrating the many years of sun-worshiping in her back yard.

Etymology: exfoliate: to remove layers of bark or skin;peel + foliage: leaves on plants and trees + aged: being of advanced age

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Extremefoliate

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: ex-treem-fall-ee-ate

Sentence: The extremefoliator at the spa recommended that Jill should extremefoliate her skin monthly to retain that just boiled look.

Etymology: extreme + exfoliate

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Skinvigorate

Created by: rikboyee

Pronunciation: skin-vig-or-ayt

Sentence: getting rid of my outer layer left me feeling skinvigorated

Etymology: skin, invigorate

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Skinnanga

Created by: leomar

Pronunciation: es-kin-nah-nga

Sentence: skinnanga came from the language of bisaya, but the frirst 2 sylables came from english language, which means SKIN, and nah-nga (nanga) means CARELESS or tinanga (teh-nah-nga)

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Tenudermal

Created by: nicolebolavage

Pronunciation: ten-u-derm-al

Sentence: She got a tenudermal in order to appear younger.

Etymology: tenu-stretch derm-skin mal-bad

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Benedermacural

Created by: danibriggs

Pronunciation: ben-A-durm-a-cure-ul

Sentence: My mother thinks by getting a benedermacural she will look twenty years younger and find a new boyfriend. She is so wrong.

Etymology: bene- good derma-skin cur-care

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Sluffle

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: sləfəl

Sentence: If beauty is skin deep, Liz is up to her eyeballs in gorgeous. As she sluffles along through life, she does her best to make to a good first impression but often leaves a bigger impression when she departs. Unfortunately when she gets nervous, she sheds skin much faster than normal. She would have landed the job as the spokeslizard for Geico if she hadn*t shed 3 layers and interviewed looking pink.

Etymology: sluff (slough): shed + shuffle: walk by dragging one*s feet along or without lifting them fully from the ground

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Comments:

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-09-17: 00:01:00
Today's definition was suggested by MrDave2176, and inspired by the fact that I got a little sunburn yesterday -- even though it's September. Thank you MrDave2176! ~ James

rikboyee - 2007-09-17: 04:01:00
its a new one!! oh happy day!!!!

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2010-01-25: 00:00:00
Today's definition was suggested by MrDave2176. Thank you MrDave2176. ~ James