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'I can't believe I fell in love with this guy'

DEFINITION: n. An ingrained habit which is so entrenched in individual's personality that they practically have an identity crisis if anyone tries to change it. v. To try to modify a person's instinctive behavior and/or unconscious habits.

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Alterigor

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: al-ter-EE-gor

Sentence: Natasha wanted her fiancé, Rudy, to be more upbeat and have a more pleasant nature so she embarked on a campaign she called alerigor, hoping in time to make him over to match her idea of the perfect husband.

Etymology: Blend of alter and Igor

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Fediosyncrasy

Created by: Christianack

Pronunciation: ef-ee-dee-oh-SIN-kra-see

Sentence: A new rumor spreading around the office- the boss has a fediosyncrasy of dressing up like Wonder Woman and roaming the streets of Los Angeles at dusk, twirling a pink-and-white baton.

Etymology: Fe (chemical symbol for Iron) + idiosyncrasy

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Contragene

Created by: rebelvin

Pronunciation: CONTRAry+GENEtic

Sentence: Try as she might, she could never contragene my obnoxious habits.

Etymology: CONTRAry+GENEtic

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Mehavior

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: mee - hae - vur

Sentence: Our mehavior is what defines who we are....it is a combination of our thoughts, habits, actions and reactions to the world around us. It is what makes us unique; what defines you and me and sets us apart....I will get very upset if someone tries to change my mehavior because I might not know who I am anymore.

Etymology: me (referring to the person him/herself), behavior

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COMMENTS:

good word! - splendiction, 2009-07-01: 15:20:00

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Ruttate

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: ruht/teyt

Sentence: For years Jenny tried to ruttate Joe's extreme behaviours, but finally had to turn the job over to a licensed psychiatrist.

Etymology: rut (a fixed, or established course of life) + mutate (to change; alter)

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Joklivity

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: joh-kliv-i-tee

Sentence: Andy sees humor in almost every situation. He is always clowning around to make his friends laugh. His joklivity ran head-first into the noclivity of the TSA agent at the airport and almost got him excluded from his flight. That could have caused woeclivity.

Etymology: joke (something said or done to provoke laughter or cause amusement, as a witticism, a short and amusing anecdote, or a prankish act) + proclivity (natural or habitual inclination or tendency; propensity; predisposition)

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Nosense

Created by: josje

Pronunciation: nonsence

Sentence: To help you, correct you or help you is nosense.

Etymology: Not and your Sence as in your mind.

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Habitugrate

Created by: daniellegeorge

Pronunciation: ha-bit-you-grate

Sentence: The severity of his habitugrate is to the point that the couch can't sleep without John sitting on it with a beer for at least 3 hours each night.

Etymology: Habit, and grate (like grating cheese). Like trying to file down a bad habit only to make it sore and red.

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Transfurants

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: trans fur antz

Sentence: No matter how often Sophie got after her unemployed boyfriend Sid to clean the house, he acted and looked like a three-toed sloth and actually made a worse mess. He slept 20 hours a day and despite her transfurants, he never got anything done. One day, she came home from work to find he was gone. When he returned 2 hours later, he had gone to see The Transfurmers at the cinema and still got no housework done. She was furious fur that and was later convicted of manslother.

Etymology: Transference ((psychoanalysis) the process whereby emotions are passed on or displaced from one person to another; during psychoanalysis the displacement of feelings toward others (usually the parents) is onto the analyst;the act of transfering something from one form to another) & Fur (dense coat of fine silky hairs on mammals) & Rants ( a loud bombastic declamation expressed with strong emotion;pompous or pretentious talk or writing;talk in a noisy, excited, or declamatory manner)

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Habitch

Created by: jrogan

Pronunciation: ha-bitch

Sentence: Tommy habitch of making ordinary words sound like swearing turds was very annoying, but he wouldn't give it up because it was fart of his freaking identity.

Etymology: habit + bitch

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