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'Sure, I'd love to talk...'

DEFINITION: n. A person who immediately answers all cell phone calls, then chats on and on, leaving the people they're with, hanging. v. To answer your phone even when you are in the middle of another conversation.

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Incellent

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: in/sell/ent

Sentence: Joe's rudeness was abounding. Whenever he got a phone call, he would be incellent, totally ignoring the person he was with. Being incellent is the twenty-first century's virtual slap in the face. Being incellent is uncivil, uncultured, boorish, tasteless, insensitive, disrespectful, ill-mannered, loutish, discourteous and just damn plain rude and impolite.

Etymology: INCELLENT - noun - from INSOLENT (boldly rude, or disrespectful; insulting) + CELL (as in cell phone)

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Cellfish

Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: sell-fish

Sentence: When he started taking calls from telemarketers during intimate moments, I realized that he wasn't that into me and was really quite cellfish.

Etymology: cell phone, selfish

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COMMENTS:

petaj another eelegant word from purpeartichokes - petaj, 2007-04-05: 05:00:00

Ooo now that's really fine. - pinwheel, 2007-04-05: 05:02:00

playdohheart perfect! - playdohheart, 2007-04-05: 05:07:00

Proof that sometimes the most obvious ones are the best. - Bulletchewer, 2007-04-05: 05:40:00

Thanks all. OOoo... I feel like such a cell-ebrity. - purpleartichokes, 2007-04-05: 07:12:00

great one! as usual. being a cell-ebrity, this one might get you the verboscar - toadstool57, 2007-04-05: 08:24:00

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Gallowsbeaver

Created by: Bulletchewer

Pronunciation: gal-ohs-bee-ver

Sentence: We were keenly discussing the Tolkien references in Zeppelin's music, when Robert's mate Jimmy phoned; and of course the gallowsbeaver had to ramble on, seemingly forgetting our presence.

Etymology: From "gallows" which leaves people hanging, and "beaver" used to mean someone who is eager, and "dam" rude. Boom boom. Also "beavers" in Scouting are the youngest members, giving my word connotations of "childish".

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a little convoluted but I'll give you a vote for originality - Jabberwocky, 2007-04-05: 14:46:00

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Phonejunkie

Created by: jedijawa

Pronunciation: fone-junk-ee

Sentence: Steve was a phonejunkie because he could never let a call go by without taking it and ignoring whoever he was with in the process.

Etymology: phone + junkie

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Cellfish

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: sel-fish

Sentence: Todd's devotion to his smart phone is stupid. The way he flops from a real-world conversation to one form cyberspace shows he is just a cellfish.

Etymology: cell (short for cellular) + selfish (devoted to or caring only for oneself)

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Celluloner

Created by: jonobo

Pronunciation: cell - you - loner

Sentence: The best thing you can do in your life: stay away from celluloners.

Etymology: cellular phone + loner = celluloner.

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Cellout

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: cell/out

Sentence: Brian's rudeness was abounding. Whenever he got a call, he would cellout, totally ignoring the person he was with. Cellout behaviour is the twenty-first century's virtual slap in the face. Cellout is uncivil, uncultured, boorish, tasteless, insensitive, disrespectful, ill-mannered, loutish, discourteous and just damn plain rude and impolite.

Etymology: cell + sell out

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COMMENTS:

Something tells me that you have an "issue" with this type of... Oh! Excuse me my cell's singing... - wordmeister, 2007-04-05: 13:56:00

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Conversirritationalist

Created by: PythianHabenero

Pronunciation: con-vers-ir-it-ay-shun-al-ist

Sentence: Jenny was a true conversirritationalist: upon receiving a phone call in a movie theatre, she rushed out to catch it and spent the rest of the movie gabbing.

Etymology: "conversationalist" + "irritation"

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Mobiloser

Created by: Osomatic

Pronunciation: mobile + oozer

Sentence: Stupid mobilosers, answering their phones while we're eating dinner.

Etymology: mobile + loser

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Socioratic

zrotv

Created by: zrotv

Pronunciation: sō'sē-ō-răt'ĭk

Sentence: It's not like they're 'A.D.D.' or have trouble concentrating across the board. Only in social situations. They're very socioratic jumping from conversation partner to conversation partner.

Etymology: socio (social/society) + erratic (Having no fixed or regular course; wandering)

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Celfish

Created by: ziggy41

Pronunciation: (sel-fish)

Sentence: We were just getting into the meat of our conversation when he answered his mother's call and talked for hours, he's such a celfish person.

Etymology: "cell" [cellular phone] and "selfish" [lacking concern for others]

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I like this! But maybe, it's because I'm too cell-centered. - wordmeister, 2007-04-05: 13:58:00

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Ringslave

Created by: ErWenn

Pronunciation: /ˈɹɪŋsleɪv/

Sentence: I worry about becoming a ringslave because I do answer the phone almost immediately every time it rings, but I think my humanity may be saved by the fact that I seem incapable of carrying on a conversation that lasts more than 30 seconds over the phone.

Etymology: From ring + slave

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I'm actually not quite that bad. I don't answer it at family events (unless it's more family), in theaters, or during class. And I always keep it on silent. But I worry about it nonetheless. - ErWenn, 2007-04-05: 08:31:00

Ringslave precedes ringworm. - purpleartichokes, 2007-04-05: 08:56:00

Ringworm at dinner? Yikes... - wordmeister, 2007-04-05: 14:01:00

Ringworm just about anywhere near me earns a "Yikes." - ErWenn, 2007-04-05: 23:26:00

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Cellibate

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: sell a bet

Sentence: Anthony soon learned the hard way that when you answer your cell phone, gab to the other party for ages and leave your wife ignored, you will very soon become cellibate! Yes, the only sex you will have is phone sex.

Etymology: Cell (phone) & Celibate ( abstaining from sexual intercourse)

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brilliant :) - galwaywegian, 2011-03-11: 03:31:00

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Cellout

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: sel-lout

Sentence: Jim became a cellout to be more popular. Although his mother raised him to be polite and respectful, if one of the "plastics" called he would stop everything to answer his phone. He was so rude and irritating that even Mother Theresa would have slapped him upside the head.

Etymology: Wordplay on sellout: one who turns his back on his principals or compromises integrity for personal advancement -- cell: cellular phone + lout: rude, ill-mannered. (plastics - term used for the popular kids in the movie "Mean Girls")

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good one! - Nosila, 2009-10-23: 01:30:00

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Celleezy

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: sell ee zee

Sentence: Celldon was one Celleezy person. Whenever he took his latest girlfriend, Cellcilia out, he would repeatedly answer the calls he got from his future girlfriends Cellectra or Cellvia on his cell and talk to them for ages, in the company of Cellcilia. Needless to say, Cellcilia, would get upset and feel ignored, particularly when his chats turned to a more graphic nature. He often wondered why these women became so cellective and never wanted to go on a second date. Oh well, plenty more fish in the sea to cellect from... That is until one day he answered such a call in front of his wife, Cellda... It took the doctors three hours to surgically remove that cellphone from Celldon's cellected orifice. And yes, he can hear her now.

Etymology: cell (cellular phone) & sleazy (tawdry, lacking class, morally degraded, of poor quality)

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Down with celleezy celluts! - pungineer, 2008-06-10: 06:53:00

song of the day "Cellcilia, you're breaking my heart You're shaking my confidence daily" - Jabberwocky, 2008-06-10: 13:33:00

Or "Cellebrate good times, come on..." Oh no, now they are both in my head! - Nosila, 2008-06-10: 20:56:00

You got me going now: 'operator could help me place this call.." - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-11: 08:16:00

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Celloutish

Created by: toadstool57

Pronunciation: cel-lout-ish

Sentence: David acted like a celloutish big shot, taking every call and ignoring Jill, even during the wedding.

Etymology: cell, as in cell phone/sellout, as in betray/loutish, as in rude

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Icellationist

Created by: Tigger

Pronunciation: /ahy-SEL-ley-shun-ist/

Sentence: They were out on a date, but Laura had seen Drew's icellationist behavior already tonight, and on previous dates, when he would talk with his friends for an hour everytime his cellphone rang. He should have been paying attention to her, shouldn't he? So, when he went to the bathroom, she didn't feel guilty at all about popping out the battery, sticking a piece of napkin across the contacts, and putting it back in. He would probably just think the battery went dead.

Etymology: Blend of: Isolationist - one who insulates themselves from ouside or foreign influences (from Latin, insula "island") + Cell - mobile telephone (shortening of 'cellular')

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Very good! - TJayzz, 2008-06-10: 09:49:00

he really gave her the cold shoulder - Jabberwocky, 2008-06-10: 13:09:00

Great word - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-11: 08:10:00

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Switchbore

Created by: mplsbohemian

Pronunciation: SWIHTSH-bohr

Sentence: Alex gave up on carrying on meaningful conversation with his friend, a real switchbore whose cellphone seemed to conveniently ring whenever Alex brought up a serious subject.

Etymology: switchboard (means of switching over telephone conversations) + bore (effect upon the person who got interrupted)

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petaj You could also use boor as in someone with really bad manners. - petaj, 2007-04-05: 23:36:00

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Telinquent

Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: te-LING-kwuh nt

Sentence: Bob had plans to made mega-bucks as a tele-salesman and, to hone his skills in being able to keeps several potential customers on the line for ages, he devised a game, called "Telinquency," engaging up to half a dozen friends and family members on the phone simultaneously. As expected, it was not long before this ting-a-ling telinquent, broke and friendless, was seeking professional help for his "hang-ups."

Etymology: TEL (telephone); TING-A-LING (linq)ELINQUENT(delinquent) :failing in what duty or behaviour requires; offending by neglect; guilty of a misdeed.

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how immature - he must have been a juvenile telinquent - Jabberwocky, 2008-06-10: 13:10:00

He probably even used it while having a tinkle!nice word - galwaywegian, 2008-06-10: 16:57:00

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Polygamouth

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: poll igg am ow th

Sentence: he could'nt see how his polygamouth behaviour was interfering with his chances of having any polygomous behaviour.

Etymology: polygamy, mouth

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Longphoner

Created by: WhiteRhino

Pronunciation: Long-phone-er

Sentence: John couldn't help but talk - he was a natural longphoner.

Etymology: Long, phone

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Cellphcentered

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: self/sen/turd

Sentence: Jack was so cellphcentered that he had his cell phone surgically attached to his ear

Etymology: cell phone + self centered ( really implies cell phone centered)

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Like the "ph" in the middle! - purpleartichokes, 2007-04-05: 08:57:00

thanks Purple - I had actually thought of your word and was phrantically trying to come up with another - Jabberwocky, 2007-04-05: 14:43:00

I hate when that happens! Very phrustrating. - purpleartichokes, 2007-04-05: 16:14:00

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Conversaswitch

Created by: sarabeth20

Pronunciation: kahn-verse-ah-switch

Sentence: Bob pulled a conversaswitch on me today and I was so ticked.

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Phoneaholics

Created by: josje

Pronunciation: phoneaholic

Sentence: I like to phone, i am an phoneaholic

Etymology: aholic ans phone.

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Convoswitch

Created by: CaptainLoggins

Pronunciation: kahn-vo-switch

Sentence: "She just stopped talking to me when her phone rang! She's such a convoswitch!" "He convoswitched me when his best friend called earlier..."

Etymology: Convo (Conversation) + switch

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Cellwhipped

Created by: Koekbroer

Pronunciation: sell-wip-t

Sentence: "Doug is cellwhipped. He can never just let a call go to voice mail. How rude!"

Etymology: cell, as in cellphone and whip

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Jakasitis

Created by: Karuma

Pronunciation: jak-ass-ie-tis

Sentence: don't mind the twitching, everytime i hear a celphone ring my jakasitis starts to act up.

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Cellibrat

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: sell - uh - brat

Sentence: Alexander has always been a cellibrat, rudely leaving friends and even his fiancée, Belle, hanging while he chatted aimlessly with pals about sports, cars, or even other women.

Etymology: Blend of cell and brat, play on the word 'celibrate'.

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if he keeps it up he may end up cellibat - Jabberwocky, 2008-06-10: 13:34:00

or the cellibut of a joke! - galwaywegian, 2008-06-10: 16:58:00

Excellent - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-11: 08:10:00

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Cellovain

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: seləvān

Sentence: Bob’s love for his new phone is transparent. He is completely cellovain. He is such a servant to this electronic mistress that he will respond to its chirping at almost any time or place. The whole church was aghast when he stopped the proceedings of his wedding to take a call.

Etymology: cell (a telephone with access to a cellular radio system) + vain (having or showing an excessively high opinion of one’s appearance, abilities, or worth)

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Isoboor

metrohumanx

Created by: metrohumanx

Pronunciation: eye-sow-boor

Sentence: I was in the express checkout when some ISOBOOR in front of me started droning on about his self-important lifestyle. When pulled from the wreckage, the ISOBOOR said he's been distracted while using his cellphone. When Mickey gets off the phone, IGNORE her! She's an ISOBOOR. isoboorish,isoboorism,isoboored

Etymology: iso-to isolate one's self boor- a person with no manners

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metrohumanx ...and that applies to those annoying little spaceships they stick in their ears! james sternick - metrohumanx, 2008-06-15: 12:01:00

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Cellodious

Created by: stillers07

Pronunciation:

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Talkitter

Created by: timmy

Pronunciation: Talk it ter

Sentence: Youre a talkitter! I'm a talkitter.

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Nokiavoid

Created by: rebelvin

Pronunciation: NOKIa+AVOID

Sentence: At first I thought he was fine, but soon enough I discovered he was a closet nokiavoid, seemingly unaware of how rude it is to interrupt in-person conversation for cell phone calls, even going so far as chatting up wrong-number callers.

Etymology: NOKIa+AVOID

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Attdd

Mrgoodtimes

Created by: Mrgoodtimes

Pronunciation: A T n T D D

Sentence: She couldn't believe that in the middle of her "mother doesn't love me" story he would allow his ATTDD to pull his attention away from her to the car insurance telemarketer..."You say I can save up to 47% on my car insurance, no! Wait does that also mean I could pay more?"

Etymology: AT&T - ADD Not a true word, but 1/2 credit ish?

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Deluphonary

Created by: ohwtepph

Pronunciation: deh - LOO - foh - nah - ree

Sentence: Buddy is such a deluphonary when it comes to his girlfriend.

Etymology: delusionary + phone

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Telecommunicashunsexpert

Created by: rikboyee

Pronunciation: tell-ee-cuh-myoo-knee-cay-shuns-ex-pert

Sentence: the first time he answered the phone she figured it must be important... but by the fourth phone call she realised he was a telecommunicashunsexpert

Etymology: telecommunications expert, shun

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Standunk

Created by: Beutesant

Pronunciation: Stan-dunk

Sentence: Last night Jim and I were off to a really good start, then that asshole interrupted our conversation to answer a phone call. What a standunk!!!!

Etymology: Standunk: from Stand-derived from the phrases: To stand up(lisa stood me up on this date) and "one night stand" and the word dunk. To Stand up/temporarily dump(dunk) someone due to their seeming lack of importance for a measly phone call.

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Recepshunned

Created by: Erikv

Pronunciation: Re sep shund

Sentence: Julie was enjoying their time together in the mountains but reality rushed back when they returned to civilization and the calls caused her to be immediately recepshunned.

Etymology: reception plus shunned

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Ignorrantus

Created by: wordmeister

Pronunciation: ig-nor-rant-us

Sentence: After a beautiful romantic dinner, Sally and Edward were sitting in the car preparing their good-byes. Sally batted her eyes and demurely looked down, past the stick-shift, towards the pulsing bulge in Edward's lap. She quickly shifted her eyes up, and met his, which were filled with passion. In fact, it looked like he was about to explode, when he suddenly reached down pulled out his vibrating cellphone! Edward's faced relaxed as pulled the phone to his face, turned away and started ignorranting with one of his buddies. Sally was left to her thoughts and sighed, "What an ignorrantus!"

Etymology: ignore + rant = ignorant

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your sentence sexcells - Jabberwocky, 2008-06-10: 13:20:00

great stuff. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-11: 08:20:00

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Cellcentered

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: selsentər

Sentence: Joey is completely cellcentered. If his phone rings, he*s on it like a hawk on a mouse. It doesn*t matter what*s happening or who he*s with, the phone gets all his attention. It*s gotten to the point where his girlfriend called to break up with him despite the fact that they were in the same room. Of course she had to leave voicemail because he was already on a different call.

Etymology: Cell (a telephone with access to a cellular radio system) + centered (in the center) A play on self-centered

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Nice one - galwaywegian, 2009-10-22: 05:51:00

Joey will be cellibate now... - Nosila, 2009-10-23: 01:31:00

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Cellut

Created by: pungineer

Pronunciation: Sslut

Sentence: Ferdinand had impeccable table manners, he held the door open for old ladies crossing the street and even coughed to mask his flatulence, however when it came to mobile communication his etiquette was in the gutter. At the merest quiver of his cellular telephone, regardless of how deep in conversation he was in with the esteemed friend or colleague right in front of him he pounced on his oral interaction device and started gabbling frivolous nonsense. He was without doubt a most terrible cellut.

Etymology: Cell+Slut = Cellut

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Good Word...they should investigate what's at the root of this phenomena...you know some cell stem research! - Nosila, 2008-06-10: 20:51:00

Wow I only just realised i got one - i've been the phone!! - pungineer, 2008-08-04: 07:18:00

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Communicashun

Created by: TJayzz

Pronunciation: Com-u-nic-ay-shun

Sentence: Joe drove his friends mad whenever he received a call on his cell phone, as he would always communicashun them and proceed to talk for ages to the person on the other end of the line. Eventually most of them started to take great exception to this and decided to 'disconnect' their friendship!

Etymology: Communication (to share or exchange information or ideas) Origin Latin communicare 'to share'. + Shun (avoid, ignore or reject)Origin Old English abhor. = Communicashun

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Good word. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-11: 08:13:00

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Cellaphant

Created by: Sed8ed

Pronunciation: sell a phant

Sentence: Paul was the worst kind of cellaphant one could imagine, with a cell phone that seems to be sprouting from his ear.

Etymology:

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Phonadict

erasmus

Created by: erasmus

Pronunciation: fone ad ict

Sentence: peter was a complete phonadict, he always put the phone call before anyone else.

Etymology: from phone and addict.

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Nophonetics

Created by: suzanne

Pronunciation: nofoneticks

Sentence: Mary's nophonetics meant that her firends got up and left the coffee shop without her.

Etymology: no - meaning haveing no phone - meaning hearing, particulary the mechanical hearing device uaed across distances ,abbreviation of telephone. ethics - moral guidelines

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Rudecell

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: rood-sel

Sentence: Penelope was so shocked to discover that Chad was a rudecell, she couldn't believe she had read him wrong.

Etymology: rude + cell (phone)

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Celphcentered

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: self/sent/ured

Sentence: Jack was so celphcentered that he had his cell phone surgically attached to his ear so that he wouldn't miss a call.

Etymology: cell + self centered

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ExCELLent! (What? Someone had to say it...) Fits the definition perfectly. - Tigger, 2008-06-10: 10:30:00

You may joking about the surgery, but I bet this will be really happening within five years. And so the "me generation" will be ultimately be replaced by the "celphcentered generation". - wordmeister, 2008-06-10: 13:40:00

So very well constructed. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-11: 08:09:00

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Ruceller

Created by: Tanik

Pronunciation: roo-sell-er

Sentence: It is hard to go to dinner with Bob because he is a "ruceller."

Etymology: rude + cell + er = ruceller

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Sounds like there was lot's of chatting at the dinner. Unfortunately, you weren't part of the conversation - wordmeister, 2008-06-10: 14:36:00

Nice. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-11: 08:12:00

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Callchurl

petaj

Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: caw-l-ch-url

Sentence: Since Maggie got her job working for a phone sex call centre, her friends thought she was a callchurl -- when the phone rang she immediately went into embarrassing, steamy, phone-siren mode.

Etymology: callgirl (prostitute) + call (telephone conversation) + churl (boor, bad mannered)

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Cellectivehearing

Created by: bookowl

Pronunciation: sell/ec/tiv/hearing

Sentence: Cellectivehearing is a modern pandemic.

Etymology: selective hearing + cell

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You are so right! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-11: 08:18:00

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Phoniac

Created by: Alchemist

Pronunciation: FONE-ee-yak

Sentence: Raul is such a phoniac that Mary will not even go out with him anymore unless he leaves both cells and his pager at home.

Etymology: phone, maniac, phony, yack

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Decellerate

karenanne

Created by: karenanne

Pronunciation: dee CELL er ate

Sentence: Meetings with my boss are a giant pain in the neck and take way too long, because he always manages to decellerate the meeting at least once by answering his cell phone while we are meeting. And everyone is trapped just sitting there because he does the "wait a minute sign" with his index finger throughout the call. Sometimes he even decellerates things further by placing a call and then holding a three-way phone conversation about other business!

Etymology: cell + decelerate

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Cellbidate

Created by: pinwheel

Pronunciation: sell/bi/date

Sentence: Simon was such a cellbidate that Sophie was beginning to feel that the only way she could interact with him, when they were out together, was to call him on his cell.

Etymology: Sell-by-date (an indication of freshness!) + bi + date

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Sounds like this would lead to permanent celibacy... Perhaps it was a religious calling. - wordmeister, 2007-04-05: 05:01:00

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Nokiass

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: no key ass

Sentence: She sighed as she watched him fumble through the sheets in search of his phone. This was the last straw. He may have been humg like a stallion, but he acted like a complete nokiass

Etymology: nokia ass

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artr Looks like he\'ll have to resort to mastercallwaiting. - artr, 2009-10-22: 06:23:00

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Contamobilvernacularity

Created by: Jaxies

Pronunciation: /kon-ta-moe-bill-verna-cue-lar-i-tea/

Sentence: "If he didn't stop contamobilvernacularising to his ex-girlfriend while she was having lunch with him soon, she was going to grab her fork and stab him in the eye."

Etymology: Continuous + mobile [phone] + vernacular + -ity

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Chatterat

Created by: jrogan

Pronunciation: cha-ter-rat

Sentence: He was a complete chatterat even in movie theaters, so I put a mousetrap on his cellpone and the cat got his tongue

Etymology: chat+rat

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Fullbarsbaric

playdohheart

Created by: playdohheart

Pronunciation: full-bars-bare-ic

Sentence: It's really quite fullbarsbaric of you to talk to your ex girlfriend on the phone while you already have perfect reception with me in person!

Etymology: "Full bars" (having excellent cell phone reception) + barbaric

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Callisinterruptus

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: kawl is inter rup tus

Sentence: Wendy was furious at her fiance Paul's poor manners. He always took phone calls when they were in the middle of something together, like a serious discussion and put her on hold until he was finished. The final straw was on their honeymoon, when at the most intimate moment, he answered a call and talked for ten minutes. She was really mad when she found out that the callisinterruptus was a poll company doing a survey about what he did to make his relationships more romantic!

Etymology: Call is (telephone connection is) & Interrupt us (interfere in someone else's activity)& play on Coitus Interruptus (contraceptive method)

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Junkia

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: junn keee ya

Sentence: Her only way to sustain the relationship with this junkia was to call him up while they dated. There they would sit on the abandoned beach holding hands, while talking to each other on their mobiles.

Etymology: nokia, junkie

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very funny - Jabberwocky, 2008-06-10: 13:11:00

Very nice - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-11: 08:17:00

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Callgurl

Created by: jrogan

Pronunciation: cal-gurl

Sentence: Angela was ignored and jealous. Her boyfriend was a callgurl. And would respond whenever anyone called, regardless of what THEY were doing. And worst of all, he was paying for it by the minute. She started to think, that maybe she should charge...

Etymology: call girl

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Interesting:like your approach on this one. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-11: 08:11:00

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Lonecall

Created by: simoneshin

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Cellebratty

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: sel-EBB-rat-ee

Sentence: Derek is a real cellebratty, considering himself to be a big 'star' among his cell phone friends list and having the exceedingly bad manners to ignore those around him to go on and on with others who call on his cell phone.

Etymology: Blend of 'cell' (cell phone) and a form of 'brat' (bratty) A play on the word celebrity.

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Cellbait

Created by: ewigkeit

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Cellabate

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: sell a bayt

Sentence: Rita thought it rude when Fritz interrupted their discussions by answering all his cellphone calls and chatting for ages, ignoring her. Fritz was always on the phone instead of the phone being on the Fritz. She told him that if he could not cellabate, then he would become celibate.

Etymology: Cell (handheld portable telephone) & Abate (become less in amount or intensity) & Wordplay on Celibate (abstaining from sexual intercourse)

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Comments:

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-04-05: 04:30:00
Today's definition was suggested by Stevenson0.
Thank you Stevenson0! ~ James

pungineer - 2008-08-04: 07:15:00

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2009-10-22: 03:35:00
Today's definition was suggested by Stevenson0. Thank you Stevenson0. ~ James