Cacoughany: I coughed up $50 for this concert!

DEFINITION: n. The slow but steady rise of murmurs, coughs or harrumphs in audience. May indicate dissatisfaction, or the presence of a lethally infectious virus. v. To clear one’s throat

I coughed up $50 for this concert!

VERBOTICISMS: (Invented words created by the Verbotomy Writers)

Cacoughany: /kak off eneeee/ The cacoughany increased in volume and in volume. Etymology: cacophony, cough Created by: galwaywegian.

Comments on Cacoughany:

mweinmann, 2009-09-16: 07:54:00
best definition of the day! Genious

Discoughtent: /diskôftent/ The crowd was not happy. They had paid better than the going rate to see the reunion of this **Super group**. When they were told to be quiet because the group was recording this concert for use in an upcoming album, they showed their displeasure with an act of discoughtent. Etymology: discontent (dissatisfaction with one’s circumstances) + Cough (make a sudden harsh noise) Created by: artr.

Hawkandtalk: /hawk-and-talk/ It never fails…I shell out a fortune for tickets to hear my favorite band and I end up in the hawkandtalk section. Folks, stay home if you’re sick, get better and next time leave the phone. Yeesh! Etymology: hawk: clearing phlegm from the throat in a noisy manner; hacking + talk Created by: mrskellyscl.

Comments on Hawkandtalk:

mrskellyscl, 2009-09-15: 08:10:00
This one struck a nerve.

Ahemaflem: /A-hem-a-flem/ Mr. Swiner Imbecile hacked and coughed and sneezed as he spread his germs wherever he pleased. The crowd took cover with such ahemaflem furor!
They all cheered when
Mr. Imbecile was finally asked to leave…by the Antibacterial Police.

Etymology: Ahem; A throat-clearing sound; often read as ə-ˈhem
Flem;Slang for Phlegm (pronounced /ˈflɛm/) is a sticky fluid secreted by the mucous membranes of humans and other animals. Ewwww! Created by: abrakadeborah.

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