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DEFINITION: v. To instinctively slam your foot on "the brakes" even though you're just a passenger. Often occurs when the actual driver fails to brake appropriately. n. A sudden jerk of the leg.

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Created by: jedijawa

Pronunciation: brake-junk-ee

Sentence: Chris was such a brakejunkie that he couldn't sit still while riding with anybody unless he was the driver.

Etymology: brake + junkie

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Created by: vicminer

Pronunciation: collab-or-brake

Sentence: As the student driver stopped abruptly, the passenger in the car collabrobraked, even though he was in the passenger seat.

Etymology: col-with

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Created by: Wriiight




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Created by: AllisonLittell

Pronunciation: Ab-trified

Sentence: Megan was abtrified when a horse ran in front of her car.

Etymology: Ab-from,away,down Trified-scared

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Created by: Littell16

Pronunciation: abs-tas-tic

Sentence: Allsion made abstatic actions when she lost multi-word pop to Lauren.

Etymology: abs-from,away,down;tastic-amazing

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Created by: taftouf




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Created by: Bulletchewer

Pronunciation: hol-ter-kate

Sentence: The driving instructor felt the need to haltercate to avoid a serious accident.

Etymology: From "halt" and "altercate" as such an action will inevitably lead to arguments.

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Created by: GreatRandew

Pronunciation: Ghost-braking

Sentence: Instinctivly braking when such an action is felt as needed but when there is no brake pedal.


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Created by: erasmus

Pronunciation: ped a pri or sist

Sentence: angie was the worst pedapriorsist I knew. I never let her sit in the front of the car.

Etymology: from pedal pressing and being prior of an event, and wanting to assist with driving.

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Created by: dimercurio

Pronunciation: jen-yoo-stretch

Sentence: Saw that genustretch there. Does my driving scare you that much?

Etymology: Genu (Latin for knee) + stretch, based off of "genuflect" (Latin "to bend the knee", a word used to describe kneeling in a church)

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chris - 2006-12-27: 05:07:00
..hard to beat 'brakedancing'....

wordmeister - 2006-12-27: 10:37:00
Hey Chris, Yes I spotted brakedancing too! I was going to suggest that you consider "proxypedal" but that's your word... What about "Impedalment"? It's good too...

Wriiight - 2006-12-27: 12:56:00
While driving, I often notice my passengers suffer from a loss of controls.

wordmeister - 2006-12-27: 13:05:00
Good one Wriight!

nibololihiaa - 2018-12-27: 04:24:00
Промывки форсунок... Очистка инжектора....

Dulliesjag - 2018-12-27: 04:42:00
Sorry in place of

lolakusovska - 2018-12-27: 16:26:00
Хочу породистого щенка немецкой овчарки... Купить щенка немецкой овчарки..

gorapukinovs - 2018-12-27: 17:50:00
Массаж и техника массжа... Скидки на новогоднии праздники. Приглашаем

Dulliesjag - 2018-12-27: 19:45:00
What organize the