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Created by: Trystera

Pronunciation: pan-WHERE-it-ahs

Sentence: The panveritas overwhelmed me in a great mind-reeling jolt, and I was overcome by simultaneous empathy and self-satisfaction.

Etymology: pan- -- Greek, "all" veritas -- Latin, "truth"

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Created by: Jaxies

Pronunciation: /sheet-uh-luk/

Sentence: "It was pure shytaluk that he'd asked her out on the same day she'd received a bonus at work and the pair of Jimmy Choo's she'd been eyeing dropped down to the lowest price ever."

Etymology: Shyte + (a) + luck

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Created by: Mrgoodtimes

Pronunciation: bril - ah - blis

Sentence: The Whodawhat Zeppelins were the Little League Champions!! In this moment of brillabliss even the townfolk comparing the achievement to walking on the moon were right... they were all of them right, today.

Etymology: Brilliance - Bliss

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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: Ellemorpheus

Pronunciation: I-dill-you-mate

Sentence: Wal-Mart is thought by some to be an Idyllumate.

Etymology: from Idyll- an extremely happy, peaceful or picturesque episode or scene. from Consummate- complete or perfect. Epitome.

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: om nee sy ent ist

Sentence: Brenda was an omniscientist when it came to all subjects. At least she thought she was. She could annoy family,friends, co-workers and even complete strangers with her know-it-all-ness. There wasn't a subject she was not an authority on and even though she could bluff, people really knew she did not know it all nor could she be correct at all times on all matters. When asked if she understood the Big Bang Theory, she told them that it was a sitcom on tv and she could understand it because it was in English!

Etymology: Omniscient (infinitely wise)& Scientist (a person with advanced knowledge of one of more sciences)

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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: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: per-feck-tory-ee

Sentence: In my dream, I found myself in perfectory with an endless supply of organic cow manure and neighbors who understood the value of tasty weeds.

Etymology: perfect, purgatory


the opposite of perfecktory! - galwaywegian, 2007-04-20: 06:05:00

petaj hmmm - could that also be the impossibility of a university canteen that provides delicious, quality meals (perfect refectory)? - petaj, 2007-04-20: 07:19:00


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Created by: verysimplegame

Pronunciation: Me-pif-an-ee

Sentence: The clothes, the shoes, the tiny chihuahua nestled in her purse - they all coalesed into a mepiphany. She grinned in spite of herself and screamed "I *ROCK*!".

Etymology: Me + epiphany

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Created by: lumina

Pronunciation: fact/a/see

Sentence: Clarence laughed at Shoshana when she came home with her pair of Prada's from Walmart. He knew she was gullible but $7.38? She didn't care what he said or thought. She knew it was just another one of her factasies coming true! It was just one of many that day.

Etymology: Fact:an event known to have happened or something known to have existed. asy: derivative of fantasy: mythology and folklore


good one! - reverb, 2008-06-27: 12:48:00

She should live on Factasy Island! - Nosila, 2008-06-28: 00:00:00


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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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