Verboticism: Bestiacope

'I am deeply saddened by my master's departure...'

DEFINITION: n., An animal, usually a much loved pet, whose dead and departed owner has bequeathed a huge sum of money solely for its comfort and care. v. To leave part or all of an estate to a pet animal.

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Created by: noztril

Pronunciation: fil-lee-o-na-thra-pist

Sentence: Princess Dearest rolled around in her abode generously provided for by her dogmatic Phileonathropist.

Etymology: philanthropist + Leona (Helmsley)

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Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: bill eeeeeee un (h) ayr (h is discretionary)

Sentence: The first thing the billionhare did after the ingeritance came through, was have that ear reduction surgery she had promised herself. She had always felt like a kangaroo trapped in a hare's body. she hoped that eventually she would have the courage to have the pouch enhancement surgery and any other readjustments down under which proved necessary.

Etymology: billionaire, hare


metrohumanx Wowie Zowie ! - metrohumanx, 2008-08-22: 04:48:00

very funny - Jabberwocky, 2008-08-22: 14:10:00

Love it! her name WARREN Buffet? - Nosila, 2008-08-22: 21:14:00

I like it; great tale also. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-08-24: 23:35:00


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Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: dis-pet-say-shun

Sentence: All the years of enduring his master's baby-talk and bad breath paid off when Fluffy found out he was left a generous dispetsation.

Etymology: dispensation, pet


funny - Jabberwocky, 2007-09-21: 12:23:00

love it! - Syzygy, 2007-09-21: 23:10:00


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Created by: porsche

Pronunciation: doe/nate


Etymology: doe + donate

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Created by: gazissax

Pronunciation: "air-hare"

Sentence: I am suing Grandpa's heirhare for my fair share of the estate.

Etymology: heir -- one who inherits hare - rabbit, bunny, common household pet

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Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: dosh-LIK-er

Sentence: When Fifi, the doshlicker of the late Horace Marshall III, became pregnant a dadkeen scramble developed amongst the owners of the neighborhood's mutes, to "claim" their pooch's paternity of the pups.

Etymology: Blend of DOSH: an old and frequently heard slang term used to describe an amount of money, cash, moola. For example: I'm out of dosh; got no dosh; and Give me all your dosh & DISHLICKER: Australian slang for a dog.


metrohumanx VERY original, mate! - metrohumanx, 2008-08-22: 04:47:00

we can always count on ozzie to come up with something completely original - Jabberwocky, 2008-08-22: 14:08:00


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Created by: BSqueeze4




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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: beest - kweeth

Sentence: Over her family's protestations Lucinda chose to beastqueath all of her worldly goods to her dog, Barrymore.

Etymology: Blend of 'beast' (animal) and 'bequeath' (will, impart, leave, bestow, grant, consign)


metrohumanx Did he Barrymore Bones? - metrohumanx, 2008-08-22: 04:49:00

ruff break - Jabberwocky, 2008-08-22: 14:02:00

Barrymore, a hard act to follow... - Nosila, 2008-08-22: 21:08:00

Looks like it drew quite a furore. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-08-24: 23:37:00


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Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: ham - stair

Sentence: Henrietta left her favorite pet, Helena, the bulk of her fortune. She wanted to make sure that her BFF Hamster was pampered, pleased, petted and perfumed until the day she too passed into the next world. Before Henrietta died, she even started referring to Helena as her special hamstheir.

Etymology: Hamster (rodent, often kept as a pet), Heir (someone who inherits money, position or posessions).

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Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: pet/thet/ic

Sentence: When Charles Ronson Daily the III wrote his will, he had written into it, what is known among normal people as the pethetic clause, which stated that his beloved animal, in this case his dog Alphonse, would inherit his entire billion dollar corporation.

Etymology: PETHETIC - from PET + PATHETIC


metrohumanx CRD3 is despicable. Very astute. - metrohumanx, 2008-08-22: 04:51:00

Very true - OZZIEBOB, 2008-08-24: 23:57:00


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