Verboticism: Variavalidation

'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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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: ämnōitôl

Sentence: It’s easy to hate a know-it-all. It’s a little harder to hate an omknowitall, someone who not only acts like they know everything but has the knowledge to back it up. Difficult but not impossible so keep your smug comments to yourself. Let me live in my happy ignorance.

Etymology: omnipotent (having ultimate power and influence) + know-it-all (a person who behaves as if they know everything)

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Created by: rikboyee

Pronunciation: poiynt-ov-vyew-toe-pee-ah

Sentence: for the first time ever, our family get together had not disentegrated into a slanging match, and everyone left feeling was as if we had been in some sort of pointofviewtopia

Etymology: point of view, utopia


petaj Is that like being at the point of utopia, but not quite actually getting there? - petaj, 2007-04-20: 07:21:00


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Created by: pinwheel

Pronunciation: kiss/mesh

Sentence: I knew it was kismesh when the toast fell on the floor butter side up.

Etymology: kismet (destiny) + mesh (coming together)


very clever pinwheel - Jabberwocky, 2007-04-20: 13:30:00


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Created by: bookowl

Pronunciation: climb/max/i/mum

Sentence: A climaximum moment is the best.

Etymology: climax + maximum


Ok, now that is genius! :) - lumina, 2008-06-28: 08:13:00


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Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: pi/vot/all/vill

Sentence: Pivotallville is the only place in the world where every concept is turned upside down and everything falls into perfect order.

Etymology: pivotal (crucial, significant) + pivot (turn) + all + ville (place)

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: nak kyur at

Sentence: Know one knew how she did it, but Knancy had the ability to be knackurate about everything. She was Queen of the Knewniverse and knot a day went by by where she was knot knaive about knowing everything. We would knever play Moknowpoly with her, as she knew when the dice would land on Knorth Carolina and give her the game. She was knotty and knice and knever dull. Knancy is kno longer with us, as she went to Knirvana. She was a know-it-all.

Etymology: Knack (a special way of doing something;an uncanny ability) & Accurate ((of ideas, images, representations, expressions) characterized by perfect conformity to fact or truth ; strictly correct)

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Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: deh zown

Sentence: he didn't know how to get to dezooone, he just knew it existed, and when he got there, he would know.

Etymology: the zone, in the zone

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Created by: AnnieChandon




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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: 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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