Verboticism: Doitdad

'Why are you still working on your resume?'

DEFINITION: v. To obsessively work on, shine and polish something which has no intrinsic value. n. A item which has lots of imagined shine in the eyes of the owner, but no real value for anyone else.

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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: per-fek-shun-EER-ing

Sentence: Something of a drama queen and one with a notable lack of self esteem, Brandy would work incessantly to improve any and all manner of things from her written essays to her doll collection to her flatware, believing that her perfectioneering would somehow transform mundane things into works of art.

Etymology: Blend of 'perfection' state of being perfect and 'engineering' (engineer - To plan, manage, and put through by skillful acts or contrivance; maneuver)

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Created by: Udrihel

Pronunciation: Op

Sentence: Nakk' ngub Gurk op nah! = She is beautiful like her! Op = Means = Like[noun]

Etymology: op

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Created by: caitmcnicholl

Pronunciation: Ob-ses-ranche

Sentence: Although Mr.Bohn's essay asignment was ungraded and unmandtory, carlie still worked 16 hours on it in hopes of overachiving but ended up just wasting away her weekemnd.

Etymology: Obbessed: overly focusing on an object,person,place,thing or aspect in life. Igorance: assumed information by a person who really knows nothing to little.

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: blynde stone

Sentence: Marilyn was engaged to Rocky. He was a handsome cad, only after her money but she was besotted by his charm. He gave her a shiny ring, which she thought was a large, diamond symbol of his love. Unfortunately it was actually a blindstone... for once he got his claws into her fortune, she never saw him again.

Etymology: Blind (cannot see;oblivious to something) & Rhinestone (pretend diamond,used in jewellery, shiny but of little comparative value)


u spell weekemnd wrong - andrewmcshea, 2012-02-17: 15:18:00

whoops! so did i - andrewmcshea, 2012-02-17: 15:19:00

i did that on purpose - andrewmcshea, 2012-02-17: 15:19:00

tyrone jacksin would be proud yo - andrewmcshea, 2012-02-17: 15:19:00


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Created by: QuantumMechanic

Pronunciation: tur del wax

Sentence: He keeps turdlewaxing that revenue chart, but someone should tell him the product line has been discontinued.

Etymology: turd + turtle wax

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Created by: jessicadobies

Pronunciation: traa-sheur

Sentence: The peice of junk metal was pure trasure to the artist.

Etymology: tra- coming from the word trash -sure coming from the word treasure


so clever! - jessicadobies, 2012-02-17: 15:15:00

dayum gurl gud 1 - andrewmcshea, 2012-02-17: 15:16:00


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Created by: andrewmcshea

Pronunciation: shine grossed

Sentence: This crazy lady named Caitlin is comletely shingrossed with her iPhone screen and jealous of Maddy's glimmering one.

Etymology: Shine (shiny or bright), Engrossed (to be obsessed or consumed by)


another winner right here boi - andrewmcshea, 2012-02-17: 15:07:00

tyrone jacksin would b proud - andrewmcshea, 2012-02-17: 15:08:00

DIS WORD IS BUMPIN - jessicadobies, 2012-02-17: 15:17:00

DIS WORD IS BUMPIN - jessicadobies, 2012-02-17: 15:18:00


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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: ekskrəmint

Sentence: When Tom signed up to take something to the Antiques Roadshow he was convinced that he had one of those unique items that would cause a sensation. The only sensation he experienced was disappointment when the appraiser declared his prize to be in excermint condition. No instant retirement here!

Etymology: excrement (feces) + mint (an aromatic plant native to temperate regions of the Old World, several kinds of which are used as culinary herbs)


RightOnTheWin Very interesting. I like your sentence, hah. - RightOnTheWin, 2010-09-21: 09:16:00


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Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: RUB-urn-ish

Sentence: Not only was Accretia a terrible hoarder, she even employed a poor student to come in on the weekends to help rubburnish her collection of tinsel.

Etymology: rubbish (low value) + burnish (polish)


metrohumanx A perfectly hilarious sentence. Accretia cracks me up! - metrohumanx, 2009-03-10: 12:22:00

super petaj - Jabberwocky, 2009-03-10: 12:22:00

rubs right into the definition, too! - silveryaspen, 2009-03-10: 14:44:00


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Created by: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: Tre-sure-ist-ic

Sentence: Just look a little bit closer and you will see the treasuristic value of this rock.

Etymology: From the word treasure, "valuable to some owners...a rare find" and added "istic"< put ist and ic together to show it is most valuable to that person in particular,even if nobody else sees it's value...the owner of that treasure sees it as worthy and very valuable to them no matter what it is seen to be by others.


metrohumanx I love your use of the imperative. Even your name is clever! - metrohumanx, 2009-03-10: 12:19:00

perhaps this is a diamond in the rough! - silveryaspen, 2009-03-10: 14:46:00

Thank you very much! I found this site along time ago and had forgotten about it...I googled MYSELF, Oh YEAH and UP it came ~ I LOVE words! I have lots I've made up for people...This is fun! - abrakadeborah, 2009-03-11: 00:52:00


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