Verboticism: Mirthdaysuit

'Guess what I'm giving you for your birthday?'

DEFINITION: v. To wear special uniforms and carry around unusual props in order to stimulate social interaction. n. A person who compensates for their lack of personality and weak social skills by resorting to props and costumes.

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: ak sex or ize

Sentence: Herbie thought that carrying a mop was a way to accsexorize his love mood outfit. Wearing brief speedos and a gnarly, ill-fitting tee shirt is not the look most guys would have gone for to woo their sweeties. Herbie needs to sweep her off her feet...not swab the deck to put her in the mood!

Etymology: Accessorize (To wear or select accessories;To furnish with accessories;To wear clothing that is worn or carried, but not part of your main clothing) & Sex (activities associated with sexual intercourse)

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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: nat - ee - nerd

Sentence: Chauncey fancied himself a dashing and popular figure but in reality was a nattynerd and had no clue that most people laughed at him behind his back.

Etymology: Natty + nerd


Fun to say! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-14: 07:51:00

Chauncey may need a nerdoscopy! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-02-14: 17:08:00


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Created by: DeltaRho2K

Pronunciation: spawn-att'-a-sis-tent

Sentence: Jim was so desparate to score a Valentine's date, thus avoiding the plague of love lonliness, the sponattasistant put on his best duds to paint the town red.

Etymology: Wet SPONge ATTire ASSISTANT


Clever and bonspifflicating! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-02-14: 17:20:00

Very original etymology! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-14: 18:22:00


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Created by: PinkMascara



Etymology: A mix of Humorous, Uniform and None-conformist.

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Created by: karenanne

Pronunciation: uh TYER sum

Sentence: Joy thought her outfits from the 70's with the fringe, rhinestones, and jangly whatchamacallits were great conversation starters. She didn't seem to realize that everyone else at her conservative, button-down, corporate law firm just thought they were tacky and attiresome.

Etymology: attire (clothing) + tiresome (annoying; grating on the nerves)


atterific word - Nosila, 2010-05-04: 22:10:00


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Created by: contratempo




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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: ASS sess or ize

Sentence: Yup, Darryl certainly put the word "ass" in assessoreyes. In fact if he bent over fast, most of his would spill out for all to see (and he'd get a little behind in his housework). Good thing St.Pat's was only a month or so away, so he'd be able to put on his green pair! Butt, I digress...

Etymology: Ass (we all know one or two) & accessories & eyes (seeing those shorts hurts mine)

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Created by: LibbyR

Pronunciation: sat-ire-ical

Sentence: Jim has gone beyond 'ironic' - his nerd-cool specs are totally sattirical.

Etymology: attire (clothes, costume) + satirical (indulging in irony or parody)

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: dwēbäksərs

Sentence: Justin likes to follow fashion trends. Recently he started wearing his pants extra low on his hips. Unfortunately this allows for an enhanced view of his dweeboxers. No Justin, nobody wants to see your Scooby Doo Underoos!

Etymology: dweeb (a boring, studious, or socially inept person) + boxers (men\'s loose underpants)

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Created by: XMbIPb

Pronunciation: /a-pal-a-pa-re-l/

Sentence: No one appreciated just how difficult it is was for a bunch of 40-somethings to squeeze into their daughters’ high school cheerleading outfits. The kids were especially mortified by such a dumb display of appallapparel. After all, weren’t these the same parents who always harangued them on how to “use you judgment” and “be reasonable”?!

Etymology: appall (v.) – to fill with consternation or dismay apparel (n.) – clothing, especially outer garments; attire

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