Verboticism: Adowable

'They're so cute! What kind of kittens are they? Porcupines.'

DEFINITION: Something, or someone, that appears to be warm and fuzzy but is, when you get close, sharp and prickly.

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Created by: ahwinters

Pronunciation: we're + kit + n

Sentence: Betsy was nothing but a werekitten, she acted nice but had a black heart.

Etymology: Were + kitten

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Created by: quippingqueen

Pronunciation: prick/me/dane/ty

Sentence: My mother always advised me never to pay lip service to a prickmedainty.

Etymology: prick + me + dainty: also a 19th century expression meaning a person of either sex who is finicky about his or her style of dress

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Created by: josje

Pronunciation: prickeley

Sentence: i am not cute i am prickeley

Etymology: prickking

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Created by: bondfool

Pronunciation: Ah-dOW!-a-bull

Sentence: Those kitten paws are just adowable.

Etymology: Adorable+OW!

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Created by: mickey666

Pronunciation: hedge - dog

Sentence: Approaching the cure furry animals, Mark thought they looked ideal pets. As he stroked the nearest, his fingers were covered in little needles. He has been hedgedogged.

Etymology: hedge - solid, prickly dog - warm and cuddly

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Created by: toadstool57

Pronunciation: grem-linn

Sentence: Lynn is the perfect "ggod girl" , till she PMSed then she turned into GREMLYNN.

Etymology: Gremlin/Lynn


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Created by: Alchemist

Pronunciation: PRIK-ah-choo

Sentence: "Don't EVER try to pet my Prickachu!" Carol bristled.

Etymology: prick + Pikachu (pokemon)

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Created by: ArsMajika

Pronunciation: TIN-cel-tuft

Sentence: You'd think that quiet librarian would be such a peach... I mean, look at her! But she's such a harpy. The woman is completely tinseltuft.

Etymology: Tinsel is sharp and grating, tacked onto tuft, as in a tuft of fur.

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Created by: rikboyee

Pronunciation: oh-prah-clohn

Sentence: i used to think she was warm and touch with the common folk....i was wrong...damned oprahclone

Etymology: clone, oprah

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Created by: Javeson1

Pronunciation: trick-yoo-piynz

Sentence: Some cacti look cute and fluffy, but when you go to hug them you find out they are trickupines.

Etymology: trick+porkupines or trick+you+porkupines (i just noticed this, wasn't intended, lol)

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