Verboticism: Connuboil

'Thank goodness you walked in!'

DEFINITION: n. The mental state induced by the discovery your new husband, and your maid of honor, entangled in the satin sheets given to you as a wedding present by your grandmother. v. To catch your new husband in a close quarters with a close friend.

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Horrormonal

Created by: wordmeister

Pronunciation: hor-ror-mon-al

Sentence: But your honor, I was just trying to disinfect the sheets when I poured on bucket of hydrochloric acid on to bed. I didn’t know that it would completely disfigure her face. Or turn is wee-wee into a permanently shriveled-up raisin. Perhaps I was temporarily overcome by a horrormonal rage.

Etymology: horror + hormone + moan

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Prenupenvy

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: pree nope envee

Sentence: it was just the prenupenvy that kept him alive as she fingered the stainless steel kitchen knife set her aunt had given them.

Etymology: prenup envy

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COMMENTS:

Sounds like she got some wonderful gifts... - wordmeister, 2007-03-27: 06:50:00

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Duplicichosis

Created by: Muttley74

Pronunciation: Do-plis-e-ko-sis

Sentence: Duplicichosis sets in when you discover your very best friend in a very uncompromising situation with your spouse. Total and utter betrayal which causes you mental anguish!!

Etymology: Taken from the words "duplicity" meaning infidelity or betrayal and "psychosis" meaning any mental state

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Lustformoreness

Created by: jonobo

Pronunciation: lustformoreness

Sentence: My mindset of lustformoreness immediately made me join the fun...

Etymology: lust for more than one is double the fun.

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Spoustracised

Created by: Rutilus

Pronunciation: spows-tra-sized

Sentence: Chloe was mortified. Dan, the man of her dreams or so she thought, humping away with best friend and maid of (dis)honour Jane. The bitch had seduced her new hubby and she had been left truly spoustracised on her special day.

Etymology: spouse - husband or wife; ostracised - forced out, ignored

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COMMENTS:

Great word. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-12: 07:23:00

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Somethinblue

Created by: Bulletchewer

Pronunciation: Sum-thin-bloo

Sentence: She went somethinblue, a rage beyond red, an envy exceeding green, pure despair, having found the rat and his cat christening the most thoughtful gift. (my word that's pretentious nonsense)

Etymology: From the tradition that a bride wears something old, new, borrowed and blue. Also based on the idea that "blue" denotes both sexual behaviour and sadness. Note also "thin" (as opposed to "thing") as describing the sheets.

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COMMENTS:

Very colourful. Especially "the rat and his cat", wearing her white dress I imagine... - wordmeister, 2007-03-27: 06:53:00

something blew - I just got it - clever - Jabberwocky, 2007-03-27: 20:02:00

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Cheatergasted

Created by: jadklein

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Uhnulludidnt

Created by: idavecook

Pronunciation: Uh-Null_You_Didnt

Sentence: As Marcy stepped into the kitchen suddenly the UHNULLUDIDNT took her over. Could it be, the sheets, not the sheets!

Etymology: Anullment + UH + No You Didn't

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Groomforimprovement

Created by: galwaywegian

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Matricidicalapses

Created by: Jaxies

Pronunciation: /matri-sidical-laps-ease/

Sentence: "After attempting to kill both her new husband and best friend after finding them writhing around in bed together, Sally pleaded matricidicalapses as her defence in court. The judge ruled in her favour."

Etymology: Matrimony + homicidal + lapses

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