Verboticism: Azzcesortized

'I can't breathe with this tie on!'

DEFINITION: n. A fashion accessory or style of dress which purports to improve one's appearance and attitude, but actually does the opposite. v. To follow a fashion dictum in an effort to improve your social standing even when it causes physical discomfort.

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Noosence

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: noōsəns

Sentence: Alan is happy with his raise. He has worked hard for it and feels he deserves it. What he doesn't love was the fact that he is now expected to play the corporate dress-up game. He hates ties. At best they are a nuisance, at worse a noosence.

Etymology: noose(a loop with a running knot, tightening as the rope or wire is pulled and typically used to hang people or trap animals) + nuisance (a person, thing, or circumstance causing inconvenience or annoyance)

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Hurtcouture

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: hurrt koo chooor

Sentence: Her obsession with hurtcouture ended tragically when she took her own life by jumping from her jimmy choo stilettoes,

Etymology: haut couture hurt

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COMMENTS:

Poor Sole! - Nosila, 2010-06-17: 23:45:00

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Loopsy

Created by: dennisrussis

Pronunciation: lup-si

Sentence: Being a real loopsy her dress gronded other bobbysockers at the party.

Etymology: loop + fancy

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Fashum

Created by: Softbagel14

Pronunciation:

Sentence:

Etymology: fash- as in fashion -um as in 'um, why on earth are they wearing that?'

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Biznoose

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: biznoōs

Sentence: When the company Jim worked for was sold, he hoped that the old dress code might be eased. His greatest hope was that he might be able to shed the hated biznoose.

Etymology: biz (a business, typically one connected with entertainment) + noose (a loop with a running knot, tightening as the rope or wire is pulled and typically used to hang people or trap animals)

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Plaidfad

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: plad fad

Sentence: After the moviE, "Braveheart" came out, Mary's Scottish boss wore only kilts and tartans and encouraged those who wished to seek his favour to do the same. This plaidfad was a problem to Mary and others, who found it hard to find enough plaid gear to wear to work. One poor soul finally flipped out and was fired for refusing to dress the part. He returned the next day in tartans, wild hair and blue paint on his face yelling "Frrrreedom!" In one of life's ironies, Mr. Burns, the manager was let go himself the next week, when one of his female staffers complained to head office that she did not like the tilt of his kilt when he came near her!

Etymology: Plaid (Tartan;crisscross design on a fabric) & Fad (craze, trend;current interest followed with exaggerated zeal)

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Transvestootight

Created by: bookowl

Pronunciation: trans/vest/tu/tite

Sentence: Leslie gave up his dream of being a transvestite when he had to wear a tight vest and became instead a transvestootight.

Etymology: transvestite + vest too tight

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COMMENTS:

Love it! - Nosila, 2008-04-09: 19:50:00

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Accessorry

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: ak-ces-sor-ee

Sentence: Matt realized that the peacock blue sequin jacket was an accessorry that didn't help him achieve his goal of becoming police chief, especially when the city council members stared at him in disbelief. "Perhaps it's a bit over the top," he thought. "Next time I'll go with the periwinkle scarf."

Etymology: accessory: something nonessential that contributes to an effect + sorry: feeling regret or shame

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COMMENTS:

Making a fashion statement....clever. - mweinmann, 2009-05-27: 09:51:00

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Dresshurts

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: dres - herts

Sentence: Carl was required to wear dresshurts to his board meetings. The collars scratched his neck; the cuffs abraded his wrists and his midsection felt girdled.

Etymology: dress, dress shirts, hurts

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COMMENTS:

Good one...you buttoned it down and collared it well! - Nosila, 2009-05-27: 09:24:00

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Fashionfort

Created by: scarletzinc

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Etymology: Fashion-discomfort[fort]

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