Verboticism: Deviateases

'I must admit that I find you very attractive'

DEFINITION: v. To send out confused or conflicting signals when driving or dating. n. A person who signals their intentions to do one thing, then does something else completely different.

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Created by: silveryaspen

Pronunciation: Dee vee ate tees uz

Sentence: Star fell in love with John Glwhenn. He led her to believe he was going to raise the big question: "Would you like to hitch your wagon to my stars?" Asstonishingly, he turned out to be an asskdhernaught! Thereafter, she avoided all deviateases.

Etymology: People who DEVIATE (change from what is usual, accepted, expected, or planned) are not very nice TEASES (those who offer some thing, then take it back/ or pretend to do one thing, but in reality, do the opposite).

Points: 1562

Comments: Deviateases

Biscotti - 2009-04-24: 02:35:00
A devious word indeed! Great create Silvery!

abrakadeborah - 2009-04-24: 06:51:00
Silvery,I loved your word and sentence! You are so gifted at making others laugh! What a great and joyous spirit you have :)

galwaywegian - 2009-04-24: 09:11:00
good one

Nosila - 2009-04-24: 22:04:00
Good one...he's probably a Cosmonaught, too, or he'd have a clue about women!