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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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Exfoolished

MrDave2176

Created by: MrDave2176

Pronunciation: v: ex-FOOL-ishd n: ex-FOOL-ee-shed

Sentence: v.: Terri exfoolished with a cucumber herb peel that left her smelling like a salad dressing. n: Rodney's exfoolished from his sunburn was neatly stacked in piles sorted by size because of his rampant OCD.

Etymology: Exfoliate (to remove a layer of dead skin) + foolish + Shed

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Corpomalderm

Created by: joshb316

Pronunciation: corp-o-mil-der-m

Sentence: Because of his corpomalderm, Jorge went in for an appointment, and found out he had skin cancer.

Etymology: Corp:Body Mal:Bad Derm:Skin

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Corporect

Created by: suchipatel

Pronunciation: Cor-puh-rect

Sentence: The "classy" woman led a secret life of fake tans and corporecting.

Etymology: Corpor: Body Rect: Straighten, right To straighten (fix) the body.

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Fervolus

Created by: scaredboy617

Pronunciation: Fur-vuh-less

Sentence: The soup is very fervolus.

Etymology: Boily

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Sluffle

artr

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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Dermappealing

Created by: Scrumpy

Pronunciation: der-muh-peel-ng

Sentence: People said Rhonda was a flake but she said she had "dermappeal".

Etymology: derma (skin) + appeal

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Comply

Created by: kyrie

Pronunciation:

Sentence:

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Dipposuntic

Created by: japfilsk8er

Pronunciation: dip-o-sun-tic

Sentence: process for beauty

Etymology:

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Dermadorn

Created by: SethelMerman

Pronunciation: Dur-muh-dorn

Sentence: To ready herself for her 15 year class reunion, Sunny went through a rigorous dermadorn to get back her youthful glow.

Etymology: From (derma: skin) + (adorn: v to decorate or add beauty to)

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Phengodermabrasion

Created by: muchiny

Pronunciation:

Sentence: Upon a long walk through the beach, she started feeling the phengodermabrasion all over the exposed skin.

Etymology: Phengo- from Greek for light, sunlight, daylight, splendor, luster derma- from Greek for skin abrasion- superficial damage to skin

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phengonomenal! - Nosila, 2010-01-25: 15:15:00

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Sloutting

Created by: frenchprof

Pronunciation: not unlike slutting but with slough and slut and ing

Sentence: Going sloutting again today?

Etymology: American English of tanning salons, slang. Comes from "slukt": "snaked of melingnoma"

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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)

Etymology:

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Cuteickle

petaj

Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: kew-tick-al

Sentence: Melanie went for a cuteicure. She wanted to get that fresh appeeling look of a cuteickle that her teenage daughter naturally had.

Etymology: cuticle + cute + ick

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Maltend

Created by: lulu78d

Pronunciation: mal-tend

Sentence: The older woman had to maltend the skin on her pale face.

Etymology: mal- bad tend- to stretch

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Sloughveterderma

Created by: kelseyslack

Pronunciation: slof-ve-ter-derm-a

Sentence: i am suffering from sloughveterderma and it is really painful and i am embarrassed by it.

Etymology: slough-to cast away veter-old derm-skin

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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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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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Icksfoliate

Created by: ScrabbledEgg

Pronunciation: iks-foe-lee-ayt

Sentence: She realized her attempt to icksfoliate prior to her high school reunion went awry when her old crush noticed that the shaved parmesan on her fettucine was in fact her own icksfoliation.

Etymology: exfoliate + ick!

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Sanexuviate

Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: san-ex-oo-VEE-ate

Sentence: It started for Bob when he melded the Dylan classic, "Ah, but I was so much older then, I'm younger than that now" with the Beach Boy's, "Sun, Sun, Sun." And for him it became his mantra for a more solubrious life. He believed that hours of sunbaking helped him to sanexuviate and rejuvexuviate, and was a sure way to a more youthful and healthier look.

Etymology: Sanexuviate: A blend of "san": health & "exuviate": to shed the skin. Rejuvexuviate: regaining of youthfulnees through shedding of the skin. Solubrious: A blend of "sol" :sun & salubrious"favorable to health.

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COMMENTS:

love your sentences - Jabberwocky, 2007-09-17: 11:22:00

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Moultificate

Created by: bwesterlind

Pronunciation: Molt-If-ick-ate

Sentence: V: He looks much younger after he began to moultificate N: The sunburn from yesterday caused his moultificate.

Etymology: Moult- Root of to shed skin -icate- the process of

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Extenderm

Created by: juliadeboard

Pronunciation: ex-ten-durm

Sentence: After a sunny day at the beach, Christie spent hours extenderming her burnt skin even though she knew that it would leave scars.

Etymology: ex- out completely ten(u)- stretched, thin derm- skin

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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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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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Diskintegration

Created by: Osomatic

Pronunciation: dih + skin + te + gray + shun

Sentence: Through the new process of Diskintegration (tm) you can shed years off your face, or least several layers of skin!

Etymology: disintegration + skin

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Faceslought

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: fay sloft

Sentence: Joan Rivers regularly gets her doctor to faceslought her countenance in order to chase the fountain of youth. Between peels, lifts, tucks, Botox,chemicals, dermabrasions,lasers and liposuction, not much of the original Joan is still around. Being a comedienne, she is toying with a name change, too. Since she has shed more skin than any snake, she likes the sound of Joan Slithers. And why is she going to a plastic surgeon? Wouldn't a real one be better?

Etymology: Facelift (plastic surgery to remove wrinkles and other signs of aging from your face; an incision is made near the hair line and skin is pulled back and excess tissue is excised) & Slough (any outer covering that can be shed or cast off;necrotic tissue; a mortified or gangrenous part or mass;cast off hair, skin, horn, or feathers)

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Dermtend

Created by: InuYasha11

Pronunciation: Derm-tend

Sentence: Rebecca didn't put on sunscreen, resulting in her face to dermtend.

Etymology: derm-face tend-stretch

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Sexapeel

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: secks a peeeeel

Sentence: The unfortunate thing was that while the sexapeel method made his bits look younger, they also made them so painful as to preclude anyone from touching them, which sort of defeated the purpose.

Etymology: peel, sex appeal

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COMMENTS:

Good one! It made me laugh! - Scrumpy, 2007-09-17: 09:59:00

good one Galway - Jabberwocky, 2007-09-17: 11:11:00

All is not sex that apeels! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-09-17: 18:31:00

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Sunscales

Created by: tizher

Pronunciation:

Sentence: No matter how hard she tried, she could not hide her sunscales in the shadows.

Etymology:

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Frizzlepichafe

Created by: Rhyme79

Pronunciation: friz-ull-epp-ee-chay-ff

Sentence: Dude, your frizzlepichafe's showing.

Etymology: Frizzle, (frazzle, fry) + epidermis, (outermost layer of the skin) + chafe, (rub, abrade) = frizzlepichafe

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COMMENTS:

hyperborean Ha, ha, ha! Sounds like an Italian dirty word. - hyperborean, 2012-10-19: 20:42:00

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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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Dermatentless

Created by: ashrogers1734

Pronunciation: der-ma-tent-less

Sentence: I will dermatentless my face tonight so I can look younger in the morning!

Etymology: derma - skin tent - stretched less - without

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Skinsosloughed

Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: skin-so-sloft

Sentence: Everyone thought Marcy had a bad case of dandruff. No one suspected the white stuff on her shirt was SkinSoSloughed.

Etymology: Product by Avon, slough

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very funny!! I laughed out loud when I read this one - Jabberwocky, 2007-09-17: 11:09:00

Glad ya got a chuckle Jabber! - purpleartichokes, 2007-09-17: 16:11:00

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Dermamorphosis

Created by: SnatchRaffle

Pronunciation: Dur mah more foe sis

Sentence: Shelly is so beautiful now that her dermamorphosis has finished. She looks 20 years younger.

Etymology: Derma: skin Morph: to change

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Goldmembering

hellohime

Created by: hellohime

Pronunciation: Goldmembering - Goldmemb'ring

Sentence: From all the shedded skin on the floor, I could tell that, my girlfriend had been goldmembering for most of the night.

Etymology: Goldmembering - From the movie Goldmember where the character played as portrayed Mike Myers, had a predilection for peeling his own skin, saving it in a box and possibly eating it.

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Malecorplysis

Created by: 718114

Pronunciation: mal-e-corp-ly-sis

Sentence: After being in the sun for too long, the girl had a bad case of malecorplysis.

Etymology: Male- bad Corp- body lysis- loosening, seperation

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Tenuanim

Created by: AcesOfHearts

Pronunciation: Ten-u-an-um

Sentence: She began to tenuanim her skin as she came back in from the hot sun from the beach outside.

Etymology: Tenu-Stretch Anim-Life

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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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Vetercorporless

Created by: delanybug

Pronunciation: vet-er-o-corp-less

Sentence: The veterocorpless lady is thinner and petite each time I see her in the nursing home when I come to visit.

Etymology: old body smaller of

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Curveterderm

Created by: EvelynS

Pronunciation: cur-vehter-derhm

Sentence: Ever since I went to the beach without sunscreen I've started to curveterderm my face.

Etymology: Cur-cure+veter-old+derm-skin

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Dermablightis

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: der-mah-BLITE-iss

Sentence: What Marjorie inended to be an enhanced appearance thru extra sun lamp treatments turned instead, into a major case of dermablighits with large patches of facial skin either peeling or taking on odd shades of various colors.

Etymology: Blend of 'derma' (n. layer of skin) and 'blight' (n. a deteriorated condition) play on the word 'dermatitis' (n. Inflammation of the skin, usually itchy, with redness, swelling, and blistering)

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Fleshables

hyperborean

Created by: hyperborean

Pronunciation: FLESH uh buhls

Sentence: What Rover liked best when Jennifer tanned was the smoke flavored fleshables she left in the bed.

Etymology: Inspired by the product "Flushables." (flesh) + (-ables: suffix)

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Scorpidermals

Created by: ericsimmons39

Pronunciation: Score-peh-durm-ulls

Sentence: When i woke up in the morning after the long day at the beach, my pillow was laden with scorpidermals and Puerto Rican businessmen.

Etymology: Scorched + Epidermis

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Exfoliaged

mrskellyscl

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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Dermockracy

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: der mok ra see

Sentence: Chris sunbathed too hard and always ended up burning and shedding away her skin. She felt this dermockracy made her appear more youthful by having the sun exfoliate for her. Instead she was becoming melabnormal.

Etymology: Derma (skin) & Mock (fool, copy, imitate) and WordPlay on Democracy (the doctrine that the numerical majority of an organized group can make decisions binding on the whole group)

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Calixfoliation

Created by: younger

Pronunciation: CAL-iks-fole-e-a-shun

Sentence: California's residents often opt for a "natural" spa treatment over the expensive salon variety. Spending a little time in Cali's smog-filtered sunlight makes for a cheap and effective calixfoliation session.

Etymology: California + Exfoliation

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Capitdermal

Created by: YourEnglishPal

Pronunciation: CAP-IT-DER-MAL

Sentence: She was afflicted with an unfortunate capitdermal.

Etymology: Capit-Head Der-skin Mal-Bad

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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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Multitenutemperia

Created by: arandomperson97

Pronunciation: Mult-i-ten-u-tem-per

Sentence: person 1: my skin is peeling right off me! person 2: You have Multitenutemper then, go to the shade!

Etymology: multi- many tenu-stretched, thin (skin) temper-due season

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Embrell

Created by: leeannhamers

Pronunciation: m-br-elle

Sentence:

Etymology: embaressment - pell

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Soleilskin

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: soh-lay-skin

Sentence: It was difficult to get optimal soleilskinning done during the winter months so she would schedule several trips to the Caribbean to make up for it.

Etymology: soleil (sun en francais)+ skin

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Moltiplacation

Created by: phonematode

Pronunciation: mohl-ti-play-cay-shun

Sentence: She attempted to mollify her inner youth worshipper by addressing her times table through moltiplacation.

Etymology: molt (to shed) + placate (to calm, appease), + sounds like multiplication; n. moltiplaques = the flakey bits, from plaque (a flat plate, slab, disk, or patch)

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Be careful when you look for the good of days of your youth through moltiplication, cos you might just find algebra! Love the word and enjoyed the bizarreness of the sentence. - OZZIEBOB, 2007-09-17: 20:25:00

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Malanim

Created by: Sarai17spk

Pronunciation: mal-an-im

Sentence: i have a malanim about today.

Etymology: mal- bad anim- mind, feeling, life

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Dermabairnsion

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: durma/bearn/shun

Sentence: The new medical procedure dermabairnsion ensures skin as smooth as a baby's bottom.

Etymology: dermabrasion + bairn (baby)

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Derma & bairn: great word element blend. - OZZIEBOB, 2007-09-17: 18:25:00

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Skinsear

Created by: enatefox

Pronunciation: skin-sere

Sentence: The sincere doctor skinseared my face with a belt sander.

Etymology: probably mongolian

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Magnimale

Created by: Freepiehere

Pronunciation: Mag-Ni-Male

Sentence: The Oregon Trail quest my family set out on has become a complete MAGNIMALE ever since dad caught dysentery.

Etymology: Magni-Great Mal(e)-bad

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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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Helimalskinian

Created by: ysledd

Pronunciation: Heli-mal-skin-ian

Sentence: Because he didn't wear sunblock, he became a helimalskinian with blisters and dead skin covering his face.

Etymology: Heli: sun mal: bad skin ian: one connected with

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Dermamoltinosis

Created by: n3cr0m33p5

Pronunciation: der-ma-molt-in-o-sis

Sentence: Looks like Jessica had a session of dermamoltinosis over her vacation.

Etymology: derma - skin ; molt - to shed ; noun form (dermites) the little peeling bits

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Antiveterous

Created by: 719985

Pronunciation: anti-vet-er-OS

Sentence: Ever since I got my antiveterous procedure, I've had so many hot men asking for my number!

Etymology: Anti - not + veter - old + -ous - having the character of

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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