Verboticism: Sexapeel

'I think got a little too much sun...'

DEFINITION: v., To shed one's skin in an effort to appear younger or healthier. n. The little bits peeling skin caused by overexposure to direct sunlight.

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Exfoliaged

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: ex-fol-ee-aged

Sentence: Instead of looking younger, Lucy's skin was so exfoliaged that she eventually started to look like an antique piece of leather, demonstrating the many years of sun-worshiping in her back yard.

Etymology: exfoliate: to remove layers of bark or skin;peel + foliage: leaves on plants and trees + aged: being of advanced age

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Magnimale

Created by: Freepiehere

Pronunciation: Mag-Ni-Male

Sentence: The Oregon Trail quest my family set out on has become a complete MAGNIMALE ever since dad caught dysentery.

Etymology: Magni-Great Mal(e)-bad

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Sloutting

Created by: frenchprof

Pronunciation: not unlike slutting but with slough and slut and ing

Sentence: Going sloutting again today?

Etymology: American English of tanning salons, slang. Comes from "slukt": "snaked of melingnoma"

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Exfoolished

MrDave2176

Created by: MrDave2176

Pronunciation: v: ex-FOOL-ishd n: ex-FOOL-ee-shed

Sentence: v.: Terri exfoolished with a cucumber herb peel that left her smelling like a salad dressing. n: Rodney's exfoolished from his sunburn was neatly stacked in piles sorted by size because of his rampant OCD.

Etymology: Exfoliate (to remove a layer of dead skin) + foolish + Shed

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Soleilskin

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: soh-lay-skin

Sentence: It was difficult to get optimal soleilskinning done during the winter months so she would schedule several trips to the Caribbean to make up for it.

Etymology: soleil (sun en francais)+ skin

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Diskintegration

Created by: Osomatic

Pronunciation: dih + skin + te + gray + shun

Sentence: Through the new process of Diskintegration (tm) you can shed years off your face, or least several layers of skin!

Etymology: disintegration + skin

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Goldmembering

hellohime

Created by: hellohime

Pronunciation: Goldmembering - Goldmemb'ring

Sentence: From all the shedded skin on the floor, I could tell that, my girlfriend had been goldmembering for most of the night.

Etymology: Goldmembering - From the movie Goldmember where the character played as portrayed Mike Myers, had a predilection for peeling his own skin, saving it in a box and possibly eating it.

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Antiveterous

Created by: 719985

Pronunciation: anti-vet-er-OS

Sentence: Ever since I got my antiveterous procedure, I've had so many hot men asking for my number!

Etymology: Anti - not + veter - old + -ous - having the character of

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Sunscales

Created by: tizher

Pronunciation:

Sentence: No matter how hard she tried, she could not hide her sunscales in the shadows.

Etymology:

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Dermadorn

Created by: SethelMerman

Pronunciation: Dur-muh-dorn

Sentence: To ready herself for her 15 year class reunion, Sunny went through a rigorous dermadorn to get back her youthful glow.

Etymology: From (derma: skin) + (adorn: v to decorate or add beauty to)

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