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Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: con-junct-shure

Sentence: Today felt like no other day because everything came together in a conjunctsure like she'd never seen before and she knew that everything would be perfect. Feeling sure and confident she went shoe shopping. Perhaps today she would find those special shoes that were both cute and comfortable.

Etymology: conjuncture: a coming together of events or circumstances, often at a critical time -- some scholars think that the Star of Bethlehem was a triple conjuncture of the planets + sure: certain, impossible to doubt, infallible


Jimmy Choose me! - Nosila, 2009-11-06: 22:35:00


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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: om na kur at

Sentence: Debbie knew everything and was unafraid to boast how omnaccurate she was. Her family motto was, "Those of you who think you know everything are very annoying to those of us who do!"

Etymology: Omni (Latin omnis:all) & Accurate (right;(of ideas, images, representations, expressions) characterized by perfect conformity to fact or truth ; strictly correct)

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Created by: serendipity9000

Pronunciation: ver-eah-valid-ation

Sentence: She had an amazing sense of variavalidation - it was all true and all at the same time.

Etymology: Varia (multiple) + validation

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Created by: ErWenn

Pronunciation: /ˈθɛksəs/

Sentence: At a thexus, all of today's verboticisms would be correct.

Etymology: From the- (as in thesis, theory, theorem, and theology) + nexus


But how can they all be right? That's impossible... - wordmeister, 2007-04-20: 10:19:00

Not at a thexus. All truths are valid, even false ones. As Malaclypse the younger once said, "I don't know man, I didn't do it." - ErWenn, 2007-04-20: 15:04:00


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Created by: wordmeister

Pronunciation: dig-dang

Sentence: It was like niravanna! It was diggdang moment when Roger knew everything! When he could digg every dang thing in the universe. Unfortunatley it was a little too much for his head to hold, and it exploded.

Etymology: like the big bang theory, only backwards...


I hope this word can sit in the thexus with coincidyll -- a "thank you" to petaj for the inspiration. - wordmeister, 2007-04-20: 10:56:00


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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: in-fehn-in-TELL-eh-jent

Sentence: Abigail is always eager to show that she is infinitelligent, and that she possesses broad knowledge on any and every topic that arises.

Etymology: Blend of works 'infinite' (immeasurably or inconceivably great or extensive) and 'intelligent' (having or indicating a high or satisfactory degree of intelligence and mental capacity)

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Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: pih/vot/vil

Sentence: Pivotville is a place you reach when deep in sleep where worlds and ideas collide and everything makes sense

Etymology: pivotal (climactic, critical) + ville (city)


petaj Also Square Dance City. - petaj, 2007-04-20: 08:01:00


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Chronosynclastic infundibulum

Created by: vonnegut

Pronunciation: chro-no-sin-kla-stik in-fun-di-bu-lum

Sentence: You might think it would be nice to go to a chronosynclastic infundibulum and see all the different ways to be absolutely right, but it is a very dangerous thing to do.

Etymology: Created by Kurt Vonnegut Jr., for The Sirens of Titan, published in 1959.

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Created by: CharlieB

Pronunciation: mult-ee-stood-in-us

Sentence: Stephen was multistudinous. Whether it was quantam physics, basket weaving or grade 8 cello, he had a degree in it.

Etymology: multitudinous (numerous, great in variety) + studious (given to studY)

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Created by: TJayzz

Pronunciation: U-tope-iz-own

Sentence: Rachael must have thought she was in Utopizone, when she dreamt the wedding dress that she had had her eye on for ages had been reduced to half price!

Etymology: Utopia( an imagined state or place or state of things) + Zone ( an area or place) = Utopizone


excellent - Jabberwocky, 2008-06-27: 10:59:00

Absolutely great word. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-06-27: 18:06:00

Bob has malfunctioned...Bob has malfunctioned...Bob has malfunctioned! Good word - Nosila, 2008-06-28: 00:02:00


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Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-04-20: 02:27:00
Today's definition was suggested by Kurt Vonnegut and first appeared in his novel The Sirens of Titan.
Thank you Mr. Vonnegut! Also a word of thanks to ErWenn for suggesting this Vonnegut definition ~ James

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2008-06-26: 00:01:00
Today's definition was suggested by Kurt Vonnegut and first appeared in his novel The Sirens of Titan.
Thank you Mr. Vonnegut! ~ James

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2009-11-06: 01:15:00
Today's definition was suggested by vonnegut. Thank you vonnegut. ~ James

'OMIGOD! Prada is on sale at Wal-Mart!'

DEFINITION: n. A place, or a moment, where all the different kinds of truths fit together, and where there are many different ways to be absolutely right about everything. n. To be absolutely right about everything.

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