Verboticism: Diskintegration

'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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Dermockracy

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: der mok ra see

Sentence: Chris sunbathed too hard and always ended up burning and shedding away her skin. She felt this dermockracy made her appear more youthful by having the sun exfoliate for her. Instead she was becoming melabnormal.

Etymology: Derma (skin) & Mock (fool, copy, imitate) and WordPlay on Democracy (the doctrine that the numerical majority of an organized group can make decisions binding on the whole group)

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Dipposuntic

Created by: japfilsk8er

Pronunciation: dip-o-sun-tic

Sentence: process for beauty

Etymology:

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Dermablightis

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: der-mah-BLITE-iss

Sentence: What Marjorie inended to be an enhanced appearance thru extra sun lamp treatments turned instead, into a major case of dermablighits with large patches of facial skin either peeling or taking on odd shades of various colors.

Etymology: Blend of 'derma' (n. layer of skin) and 'blight' (n. a deteriorated condition) play on the word 'dermatitis' (n. Inflammation of the skin, usually itchy, with redness, swelling, and blistering)

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Extremefoliate

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: ex-treem-fall-ee-ate

Sentence: The extremefoliator at the spa recommended that Jill should extremefoliate her skin monthly to retain that just boiled look.

Etymology: extreme + exfoliate

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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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Grandtend

Created by: smstone0413

Pronunciation: Gr-and-tend

Sentence: The woman proceeded to grandtend the skin on her face.

Etymology: Grand- Great Tend- To stretch

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Dermappealing

Created by: Scrumpy

Pronunciation: der-muh-peel-ng

Sentence: People said Rhonda was a flake but she said she had "dermappeal".

Etymology: derma (skin) + appeal

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Moultificate

Created by: bwesterlind

Pronunciation: Molt-If-ick-ate

Sentence: V: He looks much younger after he began to moultificate N: The sunburn from yesterday caused his moultificate.

Etymology: Moult- Root of to shed skin -icate- the process of

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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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Comply

Created by: kyrie

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