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'I know what you were thinking when you got me this!'

DEFINITION: n. A special type of gift, usually exchanged between partners, paramours and other mutual admirers, which is used to signal a desire for physical intimacy.

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Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: gim/ma/cee

Sentence: The sociologist's paper was written about 'gimmacy', the need for humans to exchange gifts in order to attain intimacy.

Etymology: gimmick + intimacy


great sentence and great word - Jabberwocky, 2007-02-14: 10:55:00


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Created by: wordnerd

Pronunciation: noo-kee-nite

Sentence: Harry laughed at Sylvia's blush when she opened her nookynite gift.

Etymology: nooky-slang-sexual pleasure;enjoyment. nite-late evening;sundown


Nice word... I think I will try giving nookynite to my sweetheart. You know, for valentines day... - wordmeister, 2007-02-15: 23:47:00


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Created by: BMott

Pronunciation: sex - unt

Sentence: Tony gave Amber a sexant at the office which made her blush from her toes to her nose!

Etymology: Sex - procreation or sheer fun ent - from present

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Created by: bailandi


Sentence: I knew it was serious when I recieved his intimatoken work.

Etymology: Combination of intimacy and token.

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Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: baw-fur-ring

Sentence: When she opened the boffering of chocolates and handcuffs, Sue realized that Bob wanted more than just "someone to talk to."

Etymology: boff (slang for sex), offering


You are on a roll!! Great word. - Alchemist, 2007-02-14: 06:07:00


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Created by: DaddyNewt

Pronunciation: fawr-ni-toh-kuhn

Sentence: Daisy got plenty of fornitokens from the guys in shipping.

Etymology: fornicate(to engage in sexual intercourse) + token(something serving to represent some fact, event, felling, etc.)

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Created by: wordmeister

Pronunciation: floo-zen-ner

Sentence: He gave her a little floozener but it didn't work out as expected. She just slapped him.

Etymology: floozy + loosener

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Created by: adbern

Pronunciation: whee-or-you-wha

Sentence: i can read minds, so i give always whayorewa.

Etymology: WHAt YOu REally WAnt

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Created by: mickey666

Pronunciation: cock-tale

Sentence: As he handed her the cocktale, she knew exactly what he had in mind.

Etymology: use your imagination.

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Created by: ekath

Pronunciation: sen-sue-offer

Sentence: Thats a very nice sensuoffer he gave you. I hope you have an enjoyable evening.

Etymology: from sensual + offer

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