Verboticism: Intraypidation

'I think this is a game of hide and seek.'

DEFINITION: n. A momentary feeling of relief mixed with lingering dread, which occurs when your boss marches past the piles of unfinished work on your desk. v. To sigh with relief after your boss marches past your desk

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Hierarchothrill

Created by: jadenguy

Pronunciation: HI rar ko THRILL

Sentence: Hierarchothrill was the order of the day, though their anarcho-ad-hoc often lacked the resources to entice anybody to fight for control. It would be a long time until another visionary of Jilo's calibur took hold of the reigns.

Etymology: Heirarcy + Thrill

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COMMENTS:

petaj They would know when another such visionary came along. Whosoever pulls this letter opener from this paper weight will be the one true king of the office -- the modern equivalent of excalibur. - petaj, 2007-06-11: 04:40:00

great sounding word - Jabberwocky, 2007-06-11: 13:08:00

that would be an impressive feat indeed! most exalted would his triumphant rise be! and thanks, jabber. - jadenguy, 2007-06-11: 15:22:00

all hail the new king of human resources - HRthur and his good friend Outsourcealot - rikboyee, 2007-06-11: 20:20:00

petaj It's good to know that shiftalry is not dead, but it's good riddance to Middieval Managers. - petaj, 2007-06-12: 07:46:00

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Relidread

Created by: Zer22

Pronunciation: Rel-eh-dread

Sentence: I had a relidread feeling as I was not caught for having a lot of work to do.

Etymology: Relief + Dread

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Dreadelief

Created by: happyhippy

Pronunciation: dread/el/ief

Sentence:

Etymology: dread - as in dreading something, relief- relived about something put them together to get the meaning or dreadelief

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Blork

Created by: Rhyme79

Pronunciation: bl-aw-k

Sentence: "You know when you're totally blorking 'cos your boss didn't talk to you? I had it three times today. I nearly died of blork." "OMG! I had a major blork just then. My boss is a total slave driver but he didn't notice me slacking for a change."

Etymology: The words 'boss', 'pile' and 'work' all squashed together into a semi-coherent sounding sort of word.

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COMMENTS:

Is she having a blockage or a blorkage? Great word. - Discoveria, 2012-09-09: 14:34:00

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Phoverwhelmed

Created by: cafisher

Pronunciation:

Sentence: I was phoverwhelmed as I recognized my boss's staccato heel taps coming down the hall. I cowered behind the stacks of paperwork and breathed a sigh of relief when I realized she was only going to the ladies room.

Etymology: phew! + overwhelmed

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Slackawin

Created by: unreal5

Pronunciation:

Sentence: Totally slackawinned my boss. He never knew a thing!

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Spassmedic

Created by: porsche

Pronunciation: spass/mee/dik

Sentence: His face contorted in a spassmedic grimace as his boss pounced on the cubicle beside him.

Etymology: spasmodic + pass me

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Repsychment

Created by: geoamnesia

Pronunciation: rE + sI - k + ment

Sentence: The day was going quite well until Dan passed my desk, (did he notice the report that was due last week?) the rest of the day went by in a cloud of deep repsychment.

Etymology: A recurring psychological moment best known to proficient procrastinators.

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Bloss

Created by: Discoveria

Pronunciation: blawss

Sentence: Julie felt a huge sense of bloss after her manager rounded the corner without spotting her behind the unfinished weekly Sales Reports.

Etymology: bliss + loss + bless

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Bossighed

Created by: TJayzz

Pronunciation: Bos-sy-d

Sentence: Tom was feeling really bossighed when the managing director made an impromptu visit to the office, he was so busy talking profits that he missed the huge backlog sitting on the desk waiting for Tom to deal with.

Etymology: Boss(a person in charge of an employee or organization) ORIGIN Dutch Baas 'master'+ Sighed(to let out an audible breath expressing relief) = Bossighed

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