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Created by: rikboyee

Pronunciation: blun-der-tay-king

Sentence: after i watched my house of cards tumble to the floor, i stared at my friend and let out the unmistakable sounds of my blundertaching

Etymology: undertaking, blunder, aching


Great blending! Catchy creation! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-06: 07:25:00


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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: ress-eh-PANG-wish

Sentence: Felicity suffered a severe bout of recipanguish when her boyfriend Phillipe criticized her buffet by saying her teriyaki was yucky, her upside down cake looked right side up and her tarts were exceedingly bland.

Etymology: Blend of 'recipe' ( set of instructions for making something from various ingredients) and 'anguish' (extreme pain, distress, or anxiety)

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Created by: CanadianAndyCapp

Pronunciation: Uber-grossen-peest-off-dam-U-angst

Sentence: According to Sigmund Freud, the repeated exclamations of the German radio star Blaubuttle "Du dirtish gerotten schweinehunds, du hast totenknacked mich!" is a perfect example of Ubergrossenpisteoffdamyuangst

Etymology: Ubergrossen: (German) to be elevated. / Pisteoff: (Russian) a negative emotional state. / Damyu (Japanese) deep knee bends that cause pain. (See Tai Chi) / Angst: (German) A negative introspective feeling.


Quite the longest verboticism I've seen! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-06: 15:37:00


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Created by: TJayzz

Pronunciation: Suff-er-ayge

Sentence: Fiona had spent months on her self portrait, so when her partner came in out of the rain with his mansize brolly he unfortunately stabbed the painting with the pointed end as he as putting it down, leaving a large hole right through the forehead. Fiona gasped and then started to howl, the sufferage she was feeling was beyond words. She was so angry she didn't know whether to hit him with the offending object or throw her masterpiece out of the window.

Etymology: Suffer(be affected by, experience something bad or unpleasant) + Rage(uncontrollable anger, a desire for revenge)


My vote goes to 'sufferage' for today. :-) - logarithm, 2008-11-25: 06:46:00


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Created by: roulouken331

Pronunciation: Fick- pug- net- clam

Sentence: I made my siter ficpugnetclam so much, when I ripped her favorite tulip paper, that my mother had to bring her to a therapist and priest to make her calm down.

Etymology: Fic- to make Pugn- fight et- and clam- cry out

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Created by: Magnetic


Sentence: When little timmy poked suzie's intricately constructed house of cards, it set of a blamestorm no one could have prepared for.

Etymology: Blame. Storm.

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Created by: jajsr

Pronunciation: Roo-vin-ge

Sentence: After Pete's flambe set off the sprinkling system, Carol's jello mold was ruined and she was overwhelmed with ruevenge.

Etymology: Combination of "rue" and "revenge"

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Created by: zrotv

Pronunciation: sŭ'roul

Sentence: When Jenny discovered that none of her data had been backed up before the catastrophic system failure, she let out a deep, guttural sorrowl which could be heard echoing throughout the neighborhood. David heard the cry penetrating his walls, almost a block away, and wondered if perhaps there was a birthing bovine somewhere in the area.

Etymology: SORROW (Mental suffering or pain caused by injury, loss, or despair.) + HOWL (To utter or emit a long, mournful, plaintive sound)

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Created by: silveryaspen

Pronunciation: angst uh nee

Sentence: Poor Tom Turkey. First of all, they were not out to get him a raw deal. They were out to "get him!" It was time to get a move on, before they could get a grip on him. Maybe if he could get across the creek, Tom Turkey might get ahead of them. With that in mind, he tried to make a fast get away. His pursuers decided to get down to it, and managed to get even with him. Quickly, hoping to get in on the act, one of his pursuers swung an axe. Tom did get a pain in the neck! Ordered to get if off his chest, feathers flew. Next he was forced to get the hang of it. But the ultimate pain of it all, came when poor Tom had to get cooking! Worst of all, he had no way to get back at them! Poor Tom, he suffered the angstony of it all!

Etymology: Angst and agony that make one ache for revenge!


poor Tom - Jabberwocky, 2008-11-25: 11:11:00

Wattle he do next? Gobble up this news and accuse us of Fowl Play? - Nosila, 2008-11-25: 23:59:00


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Created by: seniouxa13

Pronunciation: angs-ter-dam-ney-shun

Sentence: Nooohh!! My boyfriend got my sister pregnant and they eloped to who-knows-where!! If I find them, they're going to experience my eternal angsterdamnation!!! *sniff* I'm going to write an emo poem now...

Etymology: From angst(having intense feelings of sadness and insecurity) and damnation(subjected to being damned)


funny - Jabberwocky, 2008-02-06: 11:54:00

Dramatic sentence and word! Devilishly good! - silveryaspen, 2008-02-06: 15:46:00

No dutch comforthere! Intresting word;luv the sentence! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-02-06: 16:06:00


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Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2008-02-06: 00:01:00
Today's definition was suggested by Dougalistic. Thank you Dougalistic. ~ James

libertybelle libertybelle - 2008-02-06: 12:36:00
perfect visual with the drawing for today!!And i understand that old song a little better, too!

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2008-02-06: 13:12:00
Yes, the sweet green icing is flowing down... Oh no!!!!!! ~ James

silveryaspen - 2008-02-06: 16:05:00
The face and fists were an excellent portrayal of her anger and frustration! I tried to match that drama in your caricature with the words in my sentence. Very inspiring!

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2008-02-07: 03:25:00
And I will never have that recipe again! Thank you silveryaspen! ~ James

silveryaspen - 2008-11-25: 11:53:00
So many great creates every day by such excellent wordsmiths, that I have trouble voting because it's hard to limit my choice for best to just two! I'm also amazed at all the new creations for the temporary re-run of old definitions! Almost proves everything is better the second time around!

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2010-04-26: 00:06:00
Today's definition was suggested by Dougalistic. Thank you Dougalistic. ~ James

'I don't think that I can take it!'

DEFINITION: n., The deep feeling of despair, pain, and swelling need for revenge, which occurs when someone thoughtlessly trashes one of your pet projects. v., To cry out at the injustice of it all, especially if it is someone else's fault.

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