Verboticism: Glambidextrous

'Alright boys, let's start digging!'

DEFINITION: n. A person who likes to dress up and seems to have a different outfit for every occasion. v. To dress up in fancy clothes whenever you go out because you don't know who you're going to meet, and you don't want to get dressed down.

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Redundesigner

Created by: rebelvin

Pronunciation: REDUNDant+DESIGNER

Sentence: She only buys redundesigner clothes, many of which can only be worn for one specific occasion.

Etymology: REDUNDant+DESIGNER. redundant: Exceeding what is necessary or natural; superfluous.(See redundecorum)

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Attiresome

Created by: Rutilus

Pronunciation: at-iya-sum

Sentence: Judy was the sort who would wear haute couture to the supermarket just in case she bumped into the latest big brother 'celebrity'. Her attitude was becoming increasinglt attiresome to her friends and family.

Etymology: attire - clothing; tiresome - boring, tedious

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COMMENTS:

guess you're not a sex in the city fan - bookowl, 2008-06-03: 15:14:00

Good one. - Mustang, 2008-06-03: 19:34:00

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Overextravaganter

Created by: abrakadeborah

Pronunciation: oh-ver-ex-trav-ah-gan-ter

Sentence: Elliemight was such an overextravaganter...even when she dressed for the most mundane jobs around the house.

Etymology: Over- as in "Over the top" ~ On or upon, so as to cause an apparent change in one's mood, attitude. Extravaganter - One who is very - Extravagant - Lacking restraint in spending money or using resources.

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Stylophile

Created by: focusteacher

Pronunciation: sty lo fyl

Sentence: When he showed up to the Habitat For Humanity project in a three-piece-suit, the other workers realized that Ned was a true stylophile.

Etymology: From the Greek stylos=pillar, used from 1770 to mean "mode or fashion of life" + French phile=one that loves or likes.

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Divattire

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: dēvətīr

Sentence: Julie loves pamper herself. She never feels better than when she is wearing her divattire. The only problem with her expensive tastes is that it doesn\'t match her income. She will do almost anything, including skipping meals to avoid making selections from the poordrobe.

Etymology: diva (an admired, glamorous, or distinguished woman) + attire (be dressed in clothes of a specified kind)

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COMMENTS:

- excellent word. "poordrobe" - great! - splendiction, 2009-07-21: 21:45:00

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Chicrity

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: sheek/ri/tee

Sentence: Jenny is always out shopping for new, wonderful and different fashion because she approaches life with a great deal of chicrity. She loves to wear her best clothes every day for every occasion.

Etymology: CHICRITY - noun - from CHIC(fashionable; stylish; style and elegance in dress) + ALACRITY (cheerful readiness; willingness)

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Dresspihomage

Created by: porsche

Pronunciation: dress/pee/hom/aj

Sentence: She was a slave to her dresspihomage and worshipped at the designer boutiques.

Etymology: dress + homage + espionage

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Apparechichi

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: ah - pare - uh - CHE- CHE

Sentence: Gabriela was a dedicated apparechichi with an extensive wardrobe consisting of fashions for any and all possibilities including the unlikely prospect of encountering celebs, big business moguls, politicians or even royalty.

Etymology: Blend of apparel and chichi (pompous, pretentious)

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Primpcess

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Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: primp-cess

Sentence: Margot was known as a primpcess because she dressed for every occasion like she thought she was royalty.

Etymology: princess: woman with the status of a princess + primp: dress with great care and attention to detail

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like it... - mweinmann, 2009-07-22: 19:52:00

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Clotheswhorese

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: cloze/horse

Sentence: Cammy Leon was such a clotheswhorese that she had a stable full of every imaginable kind of outfit.

Etymology: clotheshorse + well you know (sort of a sequel to wordmeister's shoohoh)

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COMMENTS:

She gives me nightmares... - Nosila, 2008-06-03: 23:03:00

Sounds good also as "cloze-SWOR-ese" - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-04: 18:29:00

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