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Created by: zxvasdf

Pronunciation: Prod i gal nosh

Sentence: Josh was known for prodigalnoshing at the most inopportune moments such as in a crowded cafeteria. Sometimes the prodigalnoshed food he picked up didn't even belong to him! Josh knew to prodialnosh was to court many risks to his immune system and social standing, but he just couldn't resist himself. He would be a prodigalnosher for life, until his body gave out, and even then, he probably would have his nursery home attendant attend to that for him.

Etymology: Prodigal (as in the prodigal son who comes back to the fold after wandering to find his own) & nosh (to eat)

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Created by: Kyoti

Pronunciation: Peetz-uh-RAM-micks

Sentence: Sylvester loved all sorts of gooey things made out of lots of stuff like casseroles, pastas, and stews, so it came as no surprise to anyone that his most favorite thing in the world was to drop five things on the tiled kitchen floor and have a feast of pizzaramic proportions.

Etymology: Pizza: italian pie filled with lots of meaty and cheesy goodies + Ceramics: what tiled floors are often made of.

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Created by: TJayzz

Pronunciation: Sk-off-dr-op

Sentence: Tim was skilled in the art of scoffdrop, he would spend hours trying to persuade his friends that any food that had accidentally fallen to the floor was perfectly safe to eat, as long as you follow the golden rule. The food must be eaten within five seconds so that any germs do not have a chance to move in on it.

Etymology: Scoff(to eat quickly or greedily) ORIGIN Dutch from Schoft 'meal' + Drop(to fall or cause to fall to the floor) = Scoffdrop


metrohumanx Nice sentence, Tjayzz. - metrohumanx, 2008-09-30: 14:18:00

I like it. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-09-30: 17:33:00


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Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: ex/spunj

Sentence: Having Dave exsponge the floors at home was a treat but at a dinner party it was a trifle(or jello, or birthday cake) embarrassing.

Etymology: expunge (delete, get rid of) + sponge (mop up)


This combined with Purp's snackuum would cover hardwood and carpet treats. A+ Jab! - Scrumpy, 2007-10-11: 07:47:00

If Dave's delicrassitude becomes too embarrasssing, he might need to be put on a food chain. Otherwise, call Spongebob! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-10-11: 18:35:00


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Created by: DrWebsterIII

Pronunciation: ap pathetik

Sentence: Jenny slapped James wuth her Manolo Blanik's exclaiming, 'you're so appathetic, you choose to eat food off the floor than drink champagne from my shoe!"

Etymology: appetizer (a small first course; food) + pathetic (ridiculous, embarrassing )

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Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: snak-youm

Sentence: Judging from the bloody finger he was sporting, it was evident that Bob had a run-in with the dog when he tried to snacuum the chip from the floor.

Etymology: snack, vacuum


Blend of snack & vacuum. Where will it end, Purps: absolutely love it!!! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-10-11: 05:02:00

I laughed out loud before 8am. You win a prize. Eureka I've found a Hooverchip and a Kirbycake. Great word Purp! - Scrumpy, 2007-10-11: 07:43:00

perfect! - remistram, 2007-10-11: 10:57:00

I guess a group of them would be called a snackuum pack - Jabberwocky, 2007-10-11: 12:31:00

libertybelle that's a terrific word! - libertybelle, 2007-10-11: 12:37:00


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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: lamənēt

Sentence: A true believer in the 5-second rule, Bob is likely to lamineat anything that hits the floor. His mother would fuss at him until she dropped one of her favorite cookies. She practically knocked him into the next room retrieving it.

Etymology: laminate (manufactured by placing layer on layer) + eat (put food into the mouth and chew and swallow it)

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Created by: egyptodd

Pronunciation: pen-tah-guh-bite

Sentence: A cookie changes to a pentagabite in the slippery hands of a toddler

Etymology: pentagon (from 5-second rule) + bite

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Created by: Anthporter

Pronunciation: hwoop-see-die-ning

Sentence: Todd went whoopsidining after Rachel spilled her chocolate mousse. It was disgusting!

Etymology: Whoops + ups-a-daisy + Dining

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Created by: hooterbug

Pronunciation: flô"rijing

Sentence: I pretended not to see my co-worker Sal flooraging up the chunk of my Eclaire that I just dropped.

Etymology: Foraging (the act of searching for food and provisions) + Floor


great word - Jabberwocky, 2008-09-30: 12:59:00

metrohumanx Excellent. - metrohumanx, 2008-09-30: 14:33:00

Nice combination - OZZIEBOB, 2008-09-30: 17:33:00

Great minds think alike...I had used this in my sentence! - Nosila, 2008-09-30: 22:49:00


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Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-10-11: 01:35:00
Today's definition was suggested by remistram. Thank you again remistram! ~ James

mplsbohemian - 2007-10-11: 22:57:00
There are a LOT of good words today!

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-10-12: 00:30:00
Yes lots of floordoeuvres for thought. Tasty too! Even if they are all full of antipastogens. ~ James

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2010-02-08: 00:20:00
Today's definition was suggested by remistram. Thank you remistram. ~ James

'May I ask, what are you doing?'

DEFINITION: v., To drop food on the floor, then pick it up and eat it, before anyone else can say "it's too dirty". n., A tasty treat which has been accidentally dropped, then quickly salvaged and savored.

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