Verboticism: Regretulence

'Please excuse me while I eructate.'

DEFINITION: v. To apologize for a belch, or the passing of gas, even though it is obvious that the action was done intentionally and with force. n. A person who apologizes insincerely for their burping or belching.

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Gastronamus

Created by: jetpro14

Pronunciation: Gastro-name-us

Sentence: Gary was being a real gastronamus at the dinner table last night.

Etymology: Gastro = digestive bubbles; Namus = royal ignoramus

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Inscentsere

Created by: arrrteest

Pronunciation: in-sent-seer

Sentence: Gene leaned a little to the left...phssst, a little to the right . . . vbfffft. "Oh, sorry, where did that come from?" He shot a look of feigned embarrassment to his sister as he smiled. "You're so inscentsere. You don't fool anyone, you ass."

Etymology: insincere + scent

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Disingaseous

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: dis-in-gas-ee-yus

Sentence: After clearing the room, Tom gave Kim a disingaseous smile and finished his broccoli.

Etymology: disingenuous: insincere + gaseous: filled with gas

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COMMENTS:

Excellent - Mustang, 2009-06-03: 18:36:00

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Burpassful

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: bur + pas + ful

Sentence: Even though Larry continuously apologized for his constant burping and flatulance, Tina believed that it was burpassful since he continued on through dinner, David Letterman and the late night movie. 53 apologies later, Tina just wanted to go home.

Etymology: burp, pass, purposeful

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COMMENTS:

good passulance - Nosila, 2009-06-03: 10:38:00

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Gurging

Created by: katie123

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hyperborean

Created by: hyperborean

Pronunciation: x

Sentence: x

Etymology: x

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COMMENTS:

hyperborean I'm going to try to change this, because it is almost exactly like Nosila's word. Sorry Nosilla! - hyperborean, 2009-06-03: 10:32:00

Thanks,h...I know imitation is the greatest form of flattery... - Nosila, 2009-06-03: 23:56:00

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Flatentionalist

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: flat ten shun al ist

Sentence: Rudy was aptly named. He loved nothing better than to gross out his sister during meal times with displays of gas release at will. He was quite anal about it. He was a flatentionalist and and should have known better since he was now farty years old.

Etymology: Flatulence (a state of excessive gas in the alimentary canal)& Intentionalist (someone who believes or assumes that the meanings of a text are determined mainly by the stated or implied intentions of the author)

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Insinschart

Created by: stache

Pronunciation: ĭn'sĭn-shärt

Sentence: John lifted his leg and let one fly. It lasted long enough to obliterate the dialogue in the climactic scene in the final episode of 'Lost' for the season. "Sorry." john said. "Sorry?" replied Yoko." "Sorry? You jerk. You hav insinsinscharted for the last time. I'm leaving you."

Etymology: insinscere, shit, fart.

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Gastard

DrWebsterIII

Created by: DrWebsterIII

Pronunciation: gas' terd

Sentence: Mike was such an immature gastard, always trying to gross out those around him at the table.

Etymology: gas + bastard

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Fauxpology

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: fo-POL-oh-gee

Sentence: As was his disgusting habit, Leonardo would intentionally belch or pass gas very loudly at the table, then issue a fauxpology while actually enjoying the reaction his effort had brought about.

Etymology: Blend of 'faux' (false) and 'apology' (an admission of error or discourtesy accompanied by an expression of regret)

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