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'Why are you licking the wrapper?'

DEFINITION: v. tr., To secretly snap up and gobble down a small bit of food left on a dish, wrapping or pot. n., The small bits of tasty food, like melted cheese or veggies, that stick to food wrapping.

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Created by: ScrabbledEgg

Pronunciation: yoo-SLURP

Sentence: He eyed Tiny's cheesyfriedsamplerplate greedily, knowing it was only a matter of time before he uslurped it.

Etymology: usurp (take over or occupy without right as in usurp a neighbor's land or possessions...or food scraps!) + slurp (ingest, forcefully, hurriedly, perhaps even with loud sucking noises)


Great word! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-09-27: 20:43:00


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Created by: kabloozie

Pronunciation: nosh

Sentence: Linda could not resist the urge to gnawsh the remnants of hardened cheese, petrified pepperoni and green pepper gnawshables off the Lean Pocket cardboard crisper.

Etymology: Gnaw: to wear away through persistant nibbling. Nosh: to snack or ruminate

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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: ecks - skrap - oh - layt

Sentence: Though disgusting to those around her, one of Miranda's favorite habits was to exscrapolate bits of food from wrappers, bowls, even other peoples plates, leaving those items clean as a whistle and crumb free.

Etymology: Play on the word extrapolate, meaning to deal with food scraps of all kinds.


you could even stretch it to extrapoplate - nice word - Jabberwocky, 2008-08-28: 13:06:00

Exscrambled eggs... - Nosila, 2008-08-29: 00:34:00

Very nice - OZZIEBOB, 2008-08-30: 18:34:00


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Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: NIB-uhl-skyool

Sentence: Bob nibblesculed with a gobsessiveness. Modigobs of mushruins and upgrubs of pizzabris were just two of his favorite nibblescules.

Etymology: NIBBLE:To bite by little at a time; to seize gently with the mouth; to eat slowly or in small bits & MINUSCULE: Any very small, minute thing or object.


metrohumanx Awesome. - metrohumanx, 2008-08-28: 03:34:00

metrohumanx Pizzabris-hahaha - metrohumanx, 2008-08-28: 03:43:00

Ok, I'm hungry. - lumina, 2008-08-28: 21:22:00


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Created by: ErWenn

Pronunciation: /ˈkrʌmˌplʌndɚ/ crumb-plunder (not crump-lunder)

Sentence: Sometimes, the crumplunder is the best part.

Etymology: From crumb + plunder


Just say it out-loud, and you can't help but be amused. - ErWenn, 2007-09-27: 00:53:00

Love it, ErWenn! - purpleartichokes, 2007-09-27: 04:43:00

What a great word! - Nettle, 2007-09-27: 09:24:00

Rolls right off your tongue. Great! - Scrumpy, 2007-09-27: 10:09:00

Excellent:something special! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-09-27: 20:39:00

Thanks for the kind words. - ErWenn, 2007-09-30: 01:38:00


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Created by: phonematode

Pronunciation: left-hoo-vur

Sentence: Once the guests had departed, he quickly lefthoovered the gooey pizza bits from their plates.

Etymology: left-overs, Hoover (vaccuum)

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Created by: DrWebsterIII

Pronunciation: 'slī - hôg

Sentence: Any chance she could, Edna would slyhog whatever was on her plate, wrapper, sleeve, it didn't matter!

Etymology: sly (cunning sneaky tricky) + hog ( to act like an extreme piggy)

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Created by: kerryb

Pronunciation: Sneeksnakin

Sentence: With great anticipation, I sneaksnacked the fudge that clung ever so delicately and deliciously along the outside of the cake pan.

Etymology: Sneak: Weasily covert behavior Snack: Enjoying a splendiferous bite to eat.

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Created by: Scrumpy

Pronunciation: gobz-durvz

Sentence: Ken was a connoisseur of gobsdoeuvres. He loved foil baked cheese and fry pan bacon crust in paticular.

Etymology: gob + hors d'oeu·vre


This word is close to my cholesterol clogged heart. - Scrumpy, 2007-09-27: 09:49:00

scrumpdelicious - Jabberwocky, 2007-09-27: 12:07:00

Excellent- Hell, I forgotten to take my Lipitor! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-09-27: 20:46:00


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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: HID-bitz

Sentence: John knew he was as full as he could be so he asked the waiter for a "doggie" bag. Even so he couldn't resist hounding after the morsels left on his plate for he knew that 80% of the flavor in any dish is crammed into the hidbits, those tiny scraps that most people politely leave behind.

Etymology: Hidden (adjective: kept out of sight; concealed) + Bits (a small piece, part, or quantity of something) Derivative of tidbit (a small piece of tasty food)


Yes! The best flavors are hidden in those bits! :) - lumina, 2008-08-28: 21:21:00

metrohumanx Brilliant. Too good to just wolf it down. - metrohumanx, 2008-08-29: 08:25:00


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Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-09-27: 00:01:00
Today's definition was suggested by Scrumpy. Thank you Scrumpy! ~ James

metrohumanx metrohumanx - 2008-08-28: 03:04:00
Wow! That sentence packs a PUNCH!

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2011-06-09: 00:17:00
Today's definition was suggested by Scrumpy. Thank you Scrumpy. ~ James