Verboticism: Dermappealing

'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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Helimalskinian

Created by: ysledd

Pronunciation: Heli-mal-skin-ian

Sentence: Because he didn't wear sunblock, he became a helimalskinian with blisters and dead skin covering his face.

Etymology: Heli: sun mal: bad skin ian: one connected with

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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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Dermamoltinosis

Created by: n3cr0m33p5

Pronunciation: der-ma-molt-in-o-sis

Sentence: Looks like Jessica had a session of dermamoltinosis over her vacation.

Etymology: derma - skin ; molt - to shed ; noun form (dermites) the little peeling bits

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Moltiplacation

Created by: phonematode

Pronunciation: mohl-ti-play-cay-shun

Sentence: She attempted to mollify her inner youth worshipper by addressing her times table through moltiplacation.

Etymology: molt (to shed) + placate (to calm, appease), + sounds like multiplication; n. moltiplaques = the flakey bits, from plaque (a flat plate, slab, disk, or patch)

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COMMENTS:

Be careful when you look for the good of days of your youth through moltiplication, cos you might just find algebra! Love the word and enjoyed the bizarreness of the sentence. - OZZIEBOB, 2007-09-17: 20:25:00

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Dermatentless

Created by: ashrogers1734

Pronunciation: der-ma-tent-less

Sentence: I will dermatentless my face tonight so I can look younger in the morning!

Etymology: derma - skin tent - stretched less - without

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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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Tenuanim

Created by: AcesOfHearts

Pronunciation: Ten-u-an-um

Sentence: She began to tenuanim her skin as she came back in from the hot sun from the beach outside.

Etymology: Tenu-Stretch Anim-Life

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Regenerdysis

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: re/gen/er/dy/sis

Sentence: To maintain a youthful look in the 21st century, my anti-aging consultant and health specialist, recommends regenerdysis twice a year.

Etymology: regenerate + ecdysis (The shedding of an outer integument, or layer of skin)

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Regenerdysis

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: re/gen/er/dy/sis

Sentence: To maintain a youthful look in the 21st century, my anti-aging consultant and health specialist, recommends regenerdysis twice a year.

Etymology: regenerate + ecdysis (The shedding of an outer integument or layer of skin)

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Extenderm

Created by: juliadeboard

Pronunciation: ex-ten-durm

Sentence: After a sunny day at the beach, Christie spent hours extenderming her burnt skin even though she knew that it would leave scars.

Etymology: ex- out completely ten(u)- stretched, thin derm- skin

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