Verboticism: Jabberblabber

'In fact, before she knew her husband...'

DEFINITION: v. To share a true but extremely embarrassing story about a close personal friend at the worst possible time. n. A moment of ill-timed honesty.

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Bantersnitch

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: BAN - ter - snich

Sentence: In her mindless and sometimes treacherous manner, Billie Jo once again found a most inopportune time to bantersnitch very revealing personal and private secrets about her best friend, Constance.

Etymology: Blend of banter and snitch. Also a play on 'bandersnatch': a person of uncouth or unconventional habits, attitudes, etc., esp. one considered a menace, nuisance, or the like.

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COMMENTS:

nice blend - Jabberwocky, 2008-06-04: 14:51:00

Good word. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-04: 18:23:00

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Gincerity

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: jin ser it ee

Sentence: During the wedding, the liquor flowed and so did the bride's lurid history. Her best friend and maid of honour, Stacy, felt compelled by gincerity to disclose the bride's annals of one night stands to the groom and everyone else in the large reception hall.

Etymology: Gin (strong liquor flavored with juniper berries)& Sincerity (moral soundness;honesty)

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Inappropriyak

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: in-uh-proh-pree-yak

Sentence: As Blurt and Ernie were checking out at Aberzombie & Snitch, they struck up conversation with the clerk. They told her how their buddy, who was about to get married, was working hard to see how many women he could "be with" before the event. From the look on this woman's face they suddenly felt their inappropriyak may have introduced them to Bob's fiance.

Etymology: inappropriate (not proper or suitable) + yak (to talk, especially uninterruptedly and idly; gab; chatter)

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Bestiefy

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: beh stiff eye

Sentence: to bestiefy can bring the beastie out in the bestie

Etymology: testify, bestie

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Awkwords

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: ôkwərds

Sentence: Having been asked to say a few words at his best friend\'s wedding, they all turned out to be awkwords.

Etymology: awkward (uncomfortable or abnormal) + words (something that someone says or writes)

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COMMENTS:

awksidentally good word... - Nosila, 2009-07-23: 01:40:00

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Anabarrass

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: an/uh/bar/uhs

Sentence: Give Jenny a wedding, a microphone and three drinks and can anabarrass anyone she knows in the room, especially the bride.

Etymology: ANABARRASS - verb - from ANA (a collection of miscellaneous information about a particular person) + EMBARRASS (to make uncomfortably self-conscious)

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COMMENTS:

I like it. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-04: 18:22:00

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Sneakcret

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: snee kret

Sentence: Hazel's normal discretion abandoned her once she imbibed anything alcoholic. So it should come as a surprise to no one that at her best friend, Georgina's wedding, she grabbed the microphone. Instead of a toast to the newlyweds, she let out a sneakcret known only to the bride and herself: Georgina used to be called George!

Etymology: Sneak (someone acting as an informer) & Secret (something that should remain hidden from others (especially information that is not to be passed on)

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COMMENTS:

good word... - mweinmann, 2009-07-22: 19:53:00

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Trooble

Created by: wordmeister

Pronunciation: troo-ble

Sentence: As a parish priest, and the ear of the confessional, reverend Tom was privy to everyone's dirty laundry. Unfortunately after a glass of wine or two, he would start to trooble, which wasn't so bad until he starting troobling on the church's new blog... And so now everyone's troobles, were googled.

Etymology: true + trouble

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COMMENTS:

In olden days he would have been known as a troobladour. - Jabberwocky, 2008-06-04: 15:00:00

The sacramental wine turned out to be sacrificial. - Mustang, 2008-06-04: 21:55:00

Good word, wm...it reminded me of that episode on Star Trek, The Trooble with Tribbles! - Nosila, 2008-06-04: 23:00:00

fantastic! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-05: 23:51:00

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Shockward

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: shok ward

Sentence: When Melanie got up to give an impromptu speech at her friend Melodie's wedding, people knew that things would become shockward. Melanie had consumed more than her share of bubbly and spoke slurringly, but clearly into the microphone. She was bitter because Melodie was marrying the only man that Melanie had ever loved...the groom, James. Not only did she declare her undying love for him, she announced that she was carrying his baby and wanted him to leave Melodie for her. Even the dance band striking up "YMCA" could not divert people from this debacle.

Etymology: Shock (an unpleasant or disappointing surprise;the feeling of distress and disbelief that you have when something bad happens accidentally) & Awkward (hard to deal with; especially causing pain or embarrassment;not at ease socially; unsure and constrained in manner)

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Beertrayal

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: beer tray al

Sentence: Sonia was the bridesmaidzilla from hell. A quiet friend whom the bride, Terry, had confided in since they met in high school, had changed personas when she imbibed in copious amounts of beer or other refreshments. After the stress of the wedding day and all the demands placed on her, Sonia had let loose at the reception. In Vino Veritas indeed...in beer is beertrayal, in champagne is pain, in rye is awry, in rum is rumbled, in brandy is randy and in cider is insider inside her! She grabbed the mike and wrapped her mouth around the end of it (was his name Mike, she could not remember?). She blabbed the usual sophomoric tittle-tattle about Terry being the school bike and then to the utter shock of everyone, especially the poor groom (a Baptist Pastor), she uttered the words that the bride had never hoped to hear again. Before she passed out on stage, exposing to the guests the fact that she wore no underpants, Sonia blabbed that Terry had had gender reassignment surgery...yes, the bride really used to be a groom!

Etymology: beer (one of many alcohol beverages when taken in excess can loosen the tongue, shed inhibitions and lose discretion) & betrayal (to reveal unintentionally,to fail or desert especially in time of need, to disclose in violation of confidence or to lead astray)

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COMMENTS:

Wow, now that's scandalous! Excellent word. - Tigger, 2008-06-04: 03:09:00

Great word! Combines the cause with the result - wordmeister, 2008-06-04: 12:52:00

Yikes!! - Jabberwocky, 2008-06-04: 14:50:00

Great and entertaining sentence. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-04: 18:22:00

Very clever and entertaining! - Mustang, 2008-06-04: 20:29:00

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