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DEFINITION: n. A state of irrational irritation, which inevitably develops whenever you work or live with someone whose annoyingly bad habits happen to mirror your own. v. To be annoyed by someone who has the same annoying habits that you do.

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Created by: kaiservunderbar

Pronunciation: mal-face -ous

Sentence: A malfaceous odour rose from his decaying body


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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: net tel sum

Sentence: When Grandma next saw her favourite boy, he was given the title 'nettlesum'. This was because she'd forgotten his special toy and blanket. Wheher you are entering a Palace or a Prison, those "babies" needed their comfort.

Etymology: Nettle (Annoy) & Sum (total) and Wordplay on Togetherness (closeness)


add a cement ness - Nosila, 2011-03-10: 02:08:00


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Created by: porsche

Pronunciation: mar/sell/mar/sew/ism

Sentence: Who would have thought a co-worker would arrive dressed as a mime (my usual attire) and cause such marcelmarceauism.

Etymology: Marcel Marceau (famous mime) + ism

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Created by: erasmus

Pronunciation: mirror tate

Sentence: Jack was so mirrortated by George he started copying him.

Etymology: I wanted to do mirritate but it was already taken.

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: my ag gra

Sentence: Bernie was coming down with a bad case of myaggra because his "friends" were doing what he always did, hitting on chicks, but this time with his own girlfriend, Wanda. They wanted to show off their virility, the way male animals always did. Think deer, elk, moose, the rutting season. Only trouble was that Bernie thought that Wanda would never wander. Too late he realized she would do anything for a buck!

Etymology: My (mine, first person singular possessive) & Aggra (British slang for Aggravation/Aggression) and rhymes with Viagra (little blue pills to treat erectile dysfunction)

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Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: herr ed it ik

Sentence: the hereditic was finally proven when aunt Agatha replayed her video recording of john's christening to find a conversation where four generations of Murphy men had their fingers up their nostrils while talking.

Etymology: heredititary, tic

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Created by: PythianHabenero

Pronunciation: hi-paw-cri-cheesed

Sentence: Anna was well and truly hypocricheesed when her roommate's constant need to talk on the phone interfered with her highly important phone calls to people she'd met once on a bus.

Etymology: hypocrisy + cheesed off (meaning annoyed).


Mmm...cheese. Makes the bad habits sound hygiene-related. And the "hypocrisy" notion works better than the overkilled "doppelgaenger" for which many have plumped. - Bulletchewer, 2007-04-04: 14:41:00


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Created by: Alchemist

Pronunciation: twin-FYUR-e-ate

Sentence: My roommate Karl is so twinfuriating! I hate it when he covers my dirty dishes with his! Like there isn't enough dishcord around here...

Etymology: twin, infuriate

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Created by: jedijawa

Pronunciation: slop-el-gang-er-eye-tis

Sentence: Slopelgangeritus took over as Bill's irritation at his roommate burst forth even though Bill knew that he did the same things and shouldn't be mad at his friend.

Etymology: slop + doppelganger + itis


petaj Has there been an outbreak of itisitis in the verbotomy circle? - petaj, 2007-04-04: 05:51:00

petaj Slopelgangrene sounds really nasty - petaj, 2007-04-04: 05:55:00


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Created by: Mrgoodtimes

Pronunciation: sahy - ek - oh - sis

Sentence: He simply could not enjoy the comedian with the cackling hyena sitting next to him, he had to move! Luckily, the people next to him had unexplicably moved down a table earlier, his psyechosis was in rare form tonight.

Etymology: Psychosis - Echo

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Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2007-04-04: 00:40:00
Today's definition was suggested by sasgod.
Thank you sasgod! ~ James

Bulletchewer - 2007-04-04: 04:45:00
I think we've already overdone the "doppelgaenger" idea.

wordmeister - 2007-04-04: 09:17:00
Hey Bulletchewer, Are you slobinmebitchin about the carboncopeeved apeathy? Or, are you just feeling hypocricheesed by today's twinfuriating doppelangers?

Bulletchewer - 2007-04-04: 10:59:00
You tell me, Mr Overkill.

wordmeister - 2007-04-04: 15:49:00
I think it's Olsenation...

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2009-10-21: 04:45:00
Today's definition was suggested by sasgod. Thank you sasgod. ~ James